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More gas for less money with your credit card

[Friday, March 18th, 2011]

Gas prices are rising, often crossing 4 dollars a gallon. A lot of customers are now so worried about heading to the gas stations, that they risk being stuck with their empty tank. The constantly increasing prices are not well appreciated by customers who are looking for ways to cut down on their gas costs. A lot of us love driving, but when oil and gas markets are fluctuating so much, driving couldn’t be a great experience for a lot of people. There is one way though in which customers can save a bit on their gas costs by changing the way they pay their bills.

Gas rewards credit cards are one of the less used rewards credit cards, but they now have the capacity to provide great benefits to card holders. In fact, gas rewards credit cards, can now save a substantial amount, as much as 250 dollars for the cardholders every year. But customers have to first shop around and find the right credit card that suits their way of spending, thereby optimising the benefits. There are 2 gas reward credit cards. Lucrative incentives are offered on the gas purchased at gas stations by those gas reward credit cards that are affiliated with specific gas station chains. The other type of credit card is that which is not associated with gas station chains and hence do not offer highly attractive gas rewards across all gas stations in the country.

Customers should therefore choose to pick the right credit card which gives the right benefits, and balance between convenience and savings. In fact, customers who usually choose to work with one gas station should go with the credit cards that are associated with that chain and make the maximum out of it. Before you take a particular card you must determine how much you are going to save on the gas costs. Flexibility is a good choice if you cannot decide how much you can save by associating with just one gas station chain. There are some outstanding choices for customers who want to go for gas rewards credit cards. Good examples are the Shell credit card and the Exxon Mobil credit card, both of which provide significant discounts. There are other cards from American Express that provide the same benefit. It also depends on how you use the card and if you are planning to use it only for gas.

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