Download the BPme app and enjoy the new way to pay, and earn rewards with BPme Rewards.
BPme lets you pay for fuel from the comfort of your car at supporting BP stations nationally. Our handy station finder will let you find the nearest BP station to you.
Easy to set up: Simply load your preferred payment card securely onto your phone - BPme supports Visa, MasterCard, American Express and BP Plus Fuel Cards with more payment types being added all the time.
Easy to use: Drive up, enter the pump number and confirm your payment method and how much you want to fill. Briefly wait for the pump to unlock before getting out of the car to fill up. When you have finished fuelling, you can get on your way.
Easy to earn rewards: With BP’s new rewards programme, BPme Rewards, you can earn points on your BPme transactions. You can also review your points balance, and receive great offers from within the app. Paying in-store? BPme gives you access to your BPme Rewards card right in the app, which can be scanned in-store to earn points on your purchases. Redeem your points in-store, or at www.bpmerewards.co.uk.
Easy to keep track: Once you have filled up, your transaction summary will show in the app and VAT invoice will be emailed to you. You can also look up previous purchases in your transaction history.
Download BPme now.
Welcome to easy.
We hope you're enjoying BPme, which now includes BPme Rewards. BPme Rewards is our new rewards programme that is designed to help you get those little treats, more often.
In this release, we've spent some time listening to customer feedback, and ensuring that we resolve those little problems.
- Sorted some issues spotted with new user registration.
- Various bug fixes thanks to valuable customer feedback.
- Performance enhancements to help ensure our users have a faster and smoother experience.
Ratings and Reviews
Select a specific amount instead of “full tank”
This app is a good idea as I often have my children in the car so not having to go and queue to pay would be a huge benefit saving time getting the children out of the car just to go and pay, however, my car takes less than £40 to fill the tank and having a £100 hold put on my funds until the transaction clears isn’t ideal for me, will choose a specific amount next time instead of the full tank option.
The 1st time I went to use this app the transaction was declined. My bank contacted me the next day to verify if it was a genuine transaction made by me. Having confirmed this, I gave the app another go. This time I selected to fill up with £40 instead of selecting full tank. No problem, my tank was full just before reaching the £40 and the transaction was swift and painless. There is a funds hold on the amount selected (which is released a few days later and the amount spent at the pump is then taken). All in all a good app and certainly beneficial to me when I have the children
Not worth the aggravation!
This app seems ill conceived if it’s meant to ease buying fuel! Having used the same service station for a number of years fuelling 3 vehicles a week averaging about 6k GBP per year the app has single handedly lost BP (and the station) the business! Whilst sitting next to the pump the app. was unable to find the station...eventually having been tannoyed by the attendant for stepping outside the car with my phone (not allowed on the forecourt...why? I’ve yet to have that explained convincingly!!) I get the app to acknowledge my being in proximity to a BP station. I go for the ‘full tank’ option which I guess is the same as any pay at pump operation which validates my funds availability. It all starts then the bank intervenes questioning the transaction...this effectively halts the process But leaves me unsure of the transaction status...At this point I leave as I can’t be bothered and buy fuel at another (non BP) station with pay at the pump facility.
Analysing the whole thing I fail to see any advantage in this particular app. It seems fatally flawed exercise!
Looking at the number of people reviewing with the £100 long term reservation problem, coupled with BP dropping Nectar (another reason I go to that particular station) I am better off with the other fuelling apps. that don’t lock up my money for an indeterminate time and work by using existing payment systems.
Developer Response ,
Hi. We're really sorry you had this trouble using the app. Please contact our support team at email@example.com and they'll take a look into it for you. Thanks ^AW
Having got the app because Nectar points were no longer available at my local BP station, I was pleased to see what was on offer in the way of rewards with BP’s latest scheme. I downloaded the app and registered, provided my details and went to open the app. It asked for log on details, but I couldn’t log in as I had no password ( it didn’t as for you during registration), I then had to go through the “ forgot password” procedure to change a password I didn’t actually have?? Got into the app and was awarded 250 points for my troubles, ok I thought little bit of hassle but I’m good to go now.
Then came the linking of my rewards card to my new account, looked straight forward enough, all I had to do was input the card number and I was sorted, followed each step and hit the finish button” oops somethings gone wrong, please try later”, 48 hours later and I’m no further on still getting the same message. This had been the week of the launch for BP’s new reward scheme, the very least you would have thought they could have done was made sure that the app was bug free, but it’s atrocious and needs fixing urgently. I was going to try the app to purchase my fuel tonight without having to go in store and face the cue, however I think I’ll go to Shell. Do not waste your time with this app.
Developer Response ,
Sorry you're struggling with registration. Please email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org and they'll help. Thanks ^AW
Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.