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  Reply # 1939454 16-Jan-2018 06:33
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Technofreak:

 

MikeAqua:

 

That coffee-pre-order is a fantastic feature.  Sub-5 minute stops.  And Wild Bean coffee is OK.

 

 

If I'm having a coffee, I want to sit down and enjoy it, not rush in out, and not have it in a paper cup with a horrible plastic lid.

 

 

Perhaps take your own glass cup ! 

 

(there are couches/tables in all the 'connects'). 

 

Joes Garage now sell them, plenty of places getting into re-useable cups. 


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  Reply # 1939579 16-Jan-2018 10:17
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Without re-reading this thread, can you only select a dollar fill amount based on values that BP have set in the app?

 

Or can you "fill" - however, does that come at the cost of an extra large hold on your credit card?

 

I got the 13 cent x2 offer, but as someone who fills and uses a debit card with enough funds to pay for the petrol, it still sounds like it may be an significant inconvenience to try and use the app.


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  Reply # 1939686 16-Jan-2018 12:39
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Yep, From memory the amounts are on a wheel $20, $40 etc, I can't check as need to be at station to get into that part.

Fill reserves $125 off your card. If close to credit limit or using debit card can be inconvient.

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  Reply # 1939707 16-Jan-2018 13:26
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Technofreak:

 

MikeAqua:

 

That coffee-pre-order is a fantastic feature.  Sub-5 minute stops.  And Wild Bean coffee is OK.

 

 

If I'm having a coffee, I want to sit down and enjoy it, not rush in out, and not have it in a paper cup with a horrible plastic lid.

 

 

Each to there own.  If I'm going A to B, especially when towing.  I want to get there with minimal stoppages.  I'm still sitting down and I still enjoy it. cool





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