PACCAR Parts announced a new rewards program to deliver even greater savings on parts and services for Peterbilt Preferred cardholders.
The Peterbilt Preferred loyalty card program already offers cardholders significant discounts on parts and services. In addition to these savings, cardholders now earn bonus rewards for using their cards on three separate days over a quarterly period at participating Peterbilt dealers.
Today the reward is $30 off a purchase of $100 or more in TRP all-makes parts.
"The Peterbilt Preferred card makes it easy for truck and bus operators to save money," said Karl Mowat, general marketing manager for PACCAR Parts.
In addition to rewards, which cardholders redeem simply by using the card at a Peterbilt dealer, Preferred members are eligible for more than 100 parts and service discount offers throughout this year.
A new rewards offer starts each quarter, and there will be two more opportunities to earn rewards between July 1 and Sept. 30 and between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31. Cardholders can track their purchases and view their reward status by visiting PeterbiltPreferred.com. Cardholders will also receive email notification when they’ve qualified for a reward.
To participate in the rewards program, you must either register your existing card using your email address, or pick up a new card at any participating Peterbilt dealer in the United States, Canada and Mexico. There’s no recurring membership fee and no extra charge for participating in the rewards program.
To register your card, visit any participating dealer or go online to PeterbiltPreferred.com.
Card discounts include savings on parts, including a variety of quality all-makes TRP parts, and on Peterbilt dealer services to help keep trucks and buses, regardless of age or manufacturer, in top running order. Many discounts allow multiple redemptions, and new offers appear monthly and weekly.
Cardholders also enjoy online access to their profile information, current offers and program updates.
"The result is a cost-effective way to not only reduce your maintenance costs, but also to track parts purchases and savings," Mowat said.