Lower Gas Prices at Koko Marina 76 on 3/13/15

Lower Gas Prices at Koko Marina 76

Oahu residents will be given a special opportunity to save on gas when 107.9 KOOL GOLD takes over Koko Marina 76 on Oahu and dramatically lowers gas prices on Friday, March 13, 2015. From 12PM to 2PM, they will drop the price of gas and they will also be giving away chances to win great prizes like FREE GAS.

Oahu residents will also have the opportunity to become members of the Kama’aina Rewards program. Kama’aina Rewards membership is FREE and Oahu residents will immediately be able to take advantage of the program at the Koko Marina 76 station.

| KOKO MARINA 76 | 234 Lunalilo Home Rd, Honolulu, HI 96825 | Phone: (808) 395-2133 |

Save BIG at Wet’n'Wild Hawaii

Wet'n'Wild Hawaii

Present your Kama’aina Rewards card at any Wet’n'Wild Hawaii ticket booth and get a single-day ticket for just $9.99 each + tax (savings of $38 per ticket). Valid for up to two discounted admissions per card and carholder must be present. Plus get additional admissions for just $24 each + tax after the initial discount allotment.

Don’t have a Kama’aina Rewards card? Simply show a receipt from any 76 Hawaii gas station and receive 50% OFF General Admission.

May not be combined with other offer, promotion, coupon, discount or special event. Offer not transferable or exchangeable. Offer ends December 31, 2014.

Discount on Wet’n'Wild Hawaii Admission

Wet'n'Wild Hawaii KR Discount

Save with Kama’aina Rewards at Wet’n'Wild Hawaii! For the entire month of October, simply present your Kama’aina Rewards card at the Wet’n'Wild Hawaii box office for only $13.99 (plus tax) admission on weekedays or $24.99 (plus tax) admission on weekends. Valid up to 4 discounted admissions per card. Not combinable with any offer. Offer starts 10/1/14. Expires 10/31/14. For more information visit: www.wetnwildhawaii.com

And More iDcard Prize Winners!


Here are the next winners of our iDcard prize package valued at $80!

Quincy Pacheco
Janine Terry
Ezra Morita
Dale Okamoto
Erin Leong
Edith Bustamente
Alexandria Gamatero
Ruby Tomokiyo
Lynda Takara
Georgette Hiner
Jennalynn Paragoso
Laurel Costales
Lisa Castro

What is the iDcard?

The iDcard is a membership to an exclusive network of savings at your favorite local restaurants, retailers, and attractions. For more information visit theidcard.com.

Prize package contains gift certificates for the following businesses:

Podium Raceway
Ryan’s Grill
Eggs ‘n Things

It’s quick and easy to enter:

1. Text 76id to 55123


2. Fill out our entry form here: http://eepurl.com/2rlsz

Each week we will randomly select prize package winners.

Contest ends 10/18/14.

See Terms and Conditions.

Lower Gas Prices Coming to Maui


Maui residents will be given a special opportunity to save on gas when DA JAM 98.3 takes over Carl’s Jr. Maalaea 76 and dramatically lowers gas prices on Friday, 12/20/13.

From 2PM to 6PM, DA JAM 98.3 will drop the price of gas. They will also be giving away chances to win great prizes like FREE GAS from 4PM to 6PM. Carl’s Jr will also be bringing back the Philly Cheesesteak Burger for a limited time. Be sure to pick one up, along with cheaper gas!

Maui residents will also have the opportunity to become members of the Kama’aina Rewards program. Kama’aina Rewards membership is FREE and Maui residents will immediately be able to take advantage of the program at the Carl’s Jr. Maalaea 76 station.

CARLS JR MAALAEA 76 | 15 Kapoli St, Wailuku, HI 96793 | Phone: (808) 249-0227

Save at the CIRCUS

Modern American Circus

$3 OFF ADULT or $2 OFF CHILD TICKETS TO THE MODERN AMERICAN CIRCUS. USE PROMOTIONAL CODE BIGTOP76. A portion of the proceeds will also be donated to Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Log in to www.modernamericancircus.com and plug in promotional code “BIGTOP76” to save. The Circus is coming to Molokai, Oahu, Kona, Hilo, Kauai and Maui from September through November 2013. This incredible show is coming to your island with great savings for76 Hawaii customers and their ohana. Go to www.modernamericancircus.com, email info@modernamericancircus.com, or call 808-781-4773 for more details.

Dos and Don’ts of Refueling

Family, safety, school, and many more – “firsts” that many of us live by. But which of these really does come first above all?

Your safety has always been 76 Hawaii’s top priority which is why better lighting has been introduced to many stations across the state. But we also need your help in keeping our stations and friends and family safe by knowing what to do and what not to do while you’re at the pump.

• Turn off your vehicle while refueling
• Stay near your vehicle’s fueling point while refueling
• Leave your cellphone in the vehicle to avoid a static fire
• Locate and enable the Emergency Shut-Off Valve in the event of a fire

• Smoke, light matches or lighters while refueling
• Get back into your car while refueling in order to prevent buildup of static electricity
• Overfill or top-off your tank
• Remove the nozzle from your vehicle’s gasoline tank in the event of a fire

Remembering what to do and what not to do while refueling will help us, help you. 76 Hawaii has been serving Hawaii for nearly 90 years and we look forward to continue to serve you in the coming years.


Lucky We Live Hawaii?

Beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and unbelievable food – just some of the things that visitors envy to those that can call Hawaii their home. But would they be just as jealous of our utility bills? For many local residents, receiving the electric and water bills every month seems to become more and more of a surprise at how high the rates continue to rise.

By using your Kama`aina Rewards card at participating stores, you’re saving money by earning points on every dollar spent which you are able to use towards future purchases. But in case you’re looking to save a little bit more, here are a couple of easy things you can do around the house to reduce your utility bills.

• Take shorter showers, using less hot water. A water heater consumes 14% average home’s energy cost.
• Turn off unnecessary lights when not being used. Lighting accounts for about 12% of an average home’s energy bill.
• Minimize the amount of time you keep your refrigerator or freezer door open. Keeping your refrigerator or freezer full will also minimize the energy it needs to keep the open spaces cool.
• Watering plants in the earlier parts of the day before it gets hot will prevent the need for excessive watering to compensate for evaporated water.

For more information, ask your local water or electric provider what you can do to cut back on your energy consumption. And don’t forget to use your Kama`aina Rewards card to receive money, for simply spending it at participating Hawaii merchants.


Ready, Set, SAVE!

Tough times got you digging under your couch for loose change? Well dig no further! We’ve got the inside scoop on the best money saving apps for your smartphone.

According to Money Magazine, Gas Buddy is an essential app that helps locate nearby gas stations selling gas for the lowest price. This free app available for those with an Android, iPhone, Blackberry, or Windows Phone 7 is sure to help save you money – even if it’s just a little at a time. And although only low prices of reported stations show up, every little bit to save helps.

Still looking to save a little more? Check out RedLaser, a free app available for Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone 7. This app allows users to scan or manually enter a product’s barcode to let them know if they’re getting a good deal. The app lists other locations that sell the same product and for what price. It even searches the web for you to see if you can save even more by purchasing it online.

Coupon Sherpa is another highly recommended app by Money Magazine to help you save time from coupon clipping. Free for Android and iPhone users, this app features hundreds of coupons from major retailers and grocery stores right on your smartphone. Wherever you’re shopping, simply open Coupon Sherpa to see what coupons are available to show the clerk upon checkout and save.

And for even more savings, don’t forget to use your Kama`aina Rewards card at any of our participating locations. For every dollar you spend, you’ll receive points that you can use just like cash for future purchases. For more information about participating merchants or how you can sign up for a free Kama`aina Rewards card, CLICK HERE and start saving today!