Starting September 27, users can opt-in to earn new rewards, made possible through the launch of their partnership with Shop Your Way (SYW). This partnership gives users the option to become a Shop Your Way member or apply for the Shop Your Way Mastercard®, issued by Citibank, N.A., growing their opportunities to earn points and rewards.

Shop Your Way’s millions of active members will be able to earn and redeem their rewards on parking and car washes, with more opportunities to earn rewards coming in 2022. Additionally, users who choose to join Shop Your Way will unlock additional savings by redeeming points across everyday expenses such as shopping, travel, dining, and entertainment.

Moreover, earning rewards is easier than ever with the SYW MAX mobile rewards app and the great value of the Shop Your Way Mastercard. Shop Your Way Mastercard cardmembers can earn Shop Your Way Points on purchases, including:

  • 5% back in points*1 on eligible purchases at gas stations*
  • 3% back in points* on eligible purchases at grocery stores and restaurants*

*on the first $10,000 of combined gas, grocery, and restaurant purchases per calendar year and then 1% thereafter

  • 2% back in points* on eligible purchases at participating Shop Your Way Merchants
  • 1% back in points* on all other eligible purchases

*Shop Your Way Additional Category Earn Program. Visit for details.’s Chief Product Officer Ngappan Arunachalam shared, “With ever-changing gas prices, we’ve been looking for a partner who could offer our customers new ways to earn and redeem rewards for their everyday needs. The partnership with Shop Your Way is another avenue for users to find smart solutions and savings within their spending.”

“At Shop Your Way, we are always looking for more ways to expand value, choice, and convenience for our members,” said B.J. Naedele, President and Chief Commercial Officer of Shop Your Way. “Through our partnership with, our members will be able to enjoy the benefits of earning and using points on parking and car washes with more opportunities to come later this year.”