7-ELEVEN WENDOUREE NOW OPEN
7-Eleven Australia opened its newest store at 1002-1006 Howitt Street Wendouree in November.
The Wendouree team have been providing a great experience and offer to Wendouree locals and visitors.
7-Eleven Victorian State Manager, Marc Costabile said the store team will be working to provide fantastic service and a convenient range of products and services.
Ballarat locals can use the 7-Eleven Fuel app. Drivers can lock in the cheapest fuel price locally available at the five closest local 7-Eleven stores, and redeem it anytime in the next seven days at any 7-Eleven fuel store. As a bonus the 7-Eleven Fuel app also has regular offers on the great range of products instore.
“Victorians have been great supporters of our 7-Eleven Fuel app. The app lets customers lock in the fuel price when it suits them and redeem it within the next seven days at any store in the country. Since January 2017, Victorian drivers using the 7-Eleven Fuel App have saved more than $4.6 million, an average of $5.88 per fill (average 15 cents per litre saving),” he said.
Mr Costabile said the store offers the new 7-Eleven ParcelMate service, in addition to a range of other convenient products and services.
“The 7-Eleven ParcelMate service allows customers to conveniently and reliably send parcels 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our prices are designed to give our customers great value, domestic standard 1kg is $11, 3kg is $14. For domestic express, 1kg is $14 and 3kg is $17,” Mr Costabile said.
Customers at the store are encouraged to bring along their reusable cups, or to recycle any single use cups.
“Our customers can bring along their reusable cup for their coffee, or use one of our reusable Slurpee bottles for their Slurpee purchases to reduce single use cup waste. In our pioneering partnership with Simply Cups, we’ve helped them to recycle more than 6 million cups nationwide since early 2018. We’d love Wendouree locals to take advantage of our Simply Cup recycling unit to recycle any single use cups or straws they have,” Mr Costabile concluded.