Learn More About Our Fred Beans AutoRewards Program

Fred Beans, the founder of our Fred Beans Automotive Group, made customer experience a top priority right from the beginning and we, here at Fred Beans Chevrolet of Doylestown, are committed to continuing this tradition. One of the ways your vehicle purchasing or servicing experience can be enhanced is to take advantage of our Fred Beans AutoRewards program.

What is the Fred Beans AutoRewards Program?

Quite simply, it's a way to give back to our Allentown, Easton, and Philadelphia area drivers. Once you're signed up, you can scan your card at any of our Fred Beans dealerships and receive multiple benefits along the way. These benefits include:

  • Accumulated Points - Scan your card at every service visit, and you'll receive ten percent of your purchase as points on your account. These points can be used towards your next vehicle purchase, with one point equaling one dollar. You can even transfer points to your family and friends.
  • Free Gifts - Every time you scan your card at our Fred Beans locations, you receive a gift! These range from free appetizers to flower bouquets and more.
  • Complimentary Service Certificates - As the points on your account reach specific goals, they give you free gift certificates to our service center. And, these points are not deducted from your account.
  • Local Merchant Discounts - We love supporting our local merchants. Some restaurants and shops allow you to scan our Fred Beans AutoRewards card at their location, giving you exclusive discounts.
  • Exclusive Service Benefits - These include a free first oil change, free PA state inspections, a $100 towing reimbursement, and more.
  • Exclusive Member's Only Events - These VIP events include movie nights, ice skating nights, baseball games, block parties, and more.

Contact Fred Beans Chevrolet of Doylestown to Learn More

If you have questions about our Fred Beans AutoRewards program, we suggest talking to our team or stopping by our Doylestown, PA, dealership near King of Prussia today!