All discounts, at your disposal
Up to 6% when you pay at registered Cepsa gas stations: 3% immediate discount points at the time of payment + 3% extra monthly discount points if your non-Service Station purchases exceed €300 per month.
In addition to 1% at any non-Service Station establishment (any purchase outside of a service station, at any type of store, either online or physical, gives you 1% discount points at Cepsa). Subject to personal income tax.
If you have a valid Cepsa Porque Tú Vuelves Visa card, you will continue to enjoy the same benefits as always, until we send you your new Cepsa Porque Tú Vuelves Mastercard coinciding with the expiry date of your Cepsa Porque Tú Vuelves Visa card.
The discounts you get by making purchases at Cepsa establishments and Service Stations accumulate on your Card in the form of discount points that you can exchange at Cepsa for:
Advantages of the Cepsa Porque Tú Vuelves Mastercard
For more information, check out the answers to frequently asked questions here
*Porque Tú Vuelves Mastercard issued by WiZink Bank S.A.U. Cardholders will receive discount points worth 1% of the total amount of purchases made at non-Service Station establishments. These discount points will be credited to the "Porque Tú Vuelves" account on a monthly basis.
1If you decide not to pay off the purchases you make with this revolving credit card, bear in mind this has a cost. APR 20.90%. Nominal interest rate 19.13%. Here is an example of a €1,500 line of credit, which has been fully drawn down since the first day of the contract and a fixed monthly payment mode with regular payment for 48 months. In this example, you would pay 47 monthly installments of €44.95 and a final installment of €45.03, with the total amount paid being €2,157.68 at the end of the year. Total cost of credit: €657.68. Interest: €657.68. This example does not suppose the existence of new provisions of the line of credit in this period of time, nor any payment incidents. The French amortization system (constant periodic installments including capital and interest) has been used to calculate installments.