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£6-£9 BP car wash for 50p

By Joanne Hogan | June 18, 2013

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BP is offering something back to customers, a car wash for just 50p.

£6-£9 BP car wash for 50p
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BP is offering something back to customers, a car wash for just 50p. To take up this offer all you have to do is simply register on the BP website.

Not all BP garages are participating but approximately one hundred and sixty five nationwide will be and the offer stands until Monday 8th July. If you log on to the BP website a full list of stations is available and you can check if there is one local to you.

You can choose from an express wash which is usually £3, a super wash which is normally £6 or the top premium wash priced normally at £9, the premium wash is only available at around 60 sites.

Once you have registered your details on the BP site you can download the voucher and print it off or if you are unable to print you can show your voucher on your smartphone at the participating garage.

Make sure you check your nearest BP is participating and will accept the voucher before making a special journey. You may as well get the best wash possible as you'll only pay 50p, even for the pricier premium clean.

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