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Popular gas credit cards that work in your favor

2011-05-20

The increasing cost of gas is probably the main problem plaguing most of the drivers in the country, especially those who cannot travel without their vehicles to and fro work. According to the United States Energy Information Administration, the average price of regular unleaded fuel will hover around $3.8 per gallon. It is no wonder if the price of fuel reaches $4 a gallon by July this year. Considering these steep increase in gas prices, it is worth having gas rewards credit cards in your pocket, provided you know how to use them wisely without getting into debt traps. Here are a few cards that may work in your favor.

You will get a 5 percent rebate in all the Shell outlets if you have a Shell credit card in your wallet. There is no annual fee associated to the card. The APR on this card is 23.99%. Hence, before signing up for one, ensure you have enough money to pay off the balances in full each month to prevent running into huge debts.

If you prefer fueling only in BP stations, then the BP credit card is the best option. In addition to the 5 percent rebate while fueling in BP outlets, card holders can also enjoy 2 percent cash back on certain travel and dining expeditions and 1 percent cash back on other purchases. This is better than the Shell credit card since the interest rate on this card varies from 15.25 percent to 19.24 percent based on the credit history and score of the card holder.

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[Sunday, December 18, 2011]
Chase Bank recently announced the redesign of its Visa credit cards - allowing more space on the front for the Chase logo. This new design is in trial mode currently but Visa has pans to roll out its new design to other financial institutions in order to increase the branding and logo visibility of the individual issuing banks.
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[Friday, October 28, 2011]
Debit and credit: they`re both plastic, why not consolidate them? The Cinncinati-based Fifth Third Bank, is the first to offer the DuoMasterCard which consolidates both a checking and a credit card account into one card.
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[Wednesday, September 21, 2011]
It really pays when you do the right thing. Take credit cards for instance, having a clean credit profile really does help. Those who managed to maintain a squeaky clean credit report during the recession can now jump with joy, as they will get some of the best deals from credit card issuers.
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