Tops Markets Gas Points
If you shop at Tops Friendly Markets, you have probably heard about their Gas Points promotion. You can SAVE BIG ON GAS at Tops Markets Gas Stations. If you don’t have a Tops Gas Station nearby, there is an option for you as well!
Check out these Frequently Asked Questions to Learn More.
Q: How do I earn Gas Points?
A: You will earn 1 Tops Gas Point for every dollar spent on participating products, during Gas Earning periods at Tops Friendly Markets. You will also earn 10 Tops Bonus Gas Points for every manufacturer’s coupon redeemed at Tops Markets, with a limit of 100 coupon-based bonus points per transaction. Plus, keep an eye out for Gas Box Bonus Offers in the weekly ad.
Q: How much are Gas Points worth?
A: You can save 10¢ per gallon for every 100 Gas Points that you redeem at Tops Markets Gas Stations. Participating locations also have the option to redeem Gas Points for the purchase of a Gas Station Gift Card.
Q: How do I redeem my Gas Points?
A: Tops Gas Points can be redeemed at any time. Just scan your Tops BonusCard before you pump your gas at a participating Tops Markets Gas Station. Be sure to press “Yes” when it asks if you would like to redeem your Gas Points. For security purposes, you MUST have your Tops BonusCard to redeem Gas Points. After your Gas Points have been redeemed, any remaining Gas Points will stay on your Tops BonusCard until the end of the redemption period.
Q: How much gas can I get with my Gas Points?
A: Tops Gas Points can be redeemed for up to 25 gallons of gas for one vehicle and/or approved gas cans.
Q: What happens to Gas Points when the Redeem period ends?
A: Any unused Gas Points will expire at the end of the Gas Points redemption period. See the Tops Markets Weekly Ad, or check the website for Gas Earning and Redemption periods.
Q: I don’t have a Tops Gas Station in the area. Can I still earn and redeem Gas Points?
A: Yes! Select stores that do not have Tops Markets Gas Stations nearby have the option to redeem Gas Points for Select Gas Station Gift Cards. Click here to learn more.
Do you have other questions? Be sure to let us know and we will add them to the list!