12-23-2012 05:21 AM
3% cash back on gasoline at U.S. stand-alone gas stations, including at Costco, for purchases up to $4,000 per year (1% thereafter)
$4000 x 3% = $120 annual maximum 3% cash back for gas purchases (1% cash back above $4000)
4% cash back on gasoline at U.S. stand-alone gas stations, including at Costco, for purchases up to $7,000 per year (1% thereafter)
$7000 x 4% = $280 annual maximum 4% cash back for gas purchases (1% cash back above $7000)
Reviewed my year-to-date spending by category on the American Express site. Gas purchases = $4025. Was planning to change cards for the remainder of the year to maximize my cash back when I realized the Business card has a higher cap.
Though I've been a member for 2 1/2 years, I just noticed the different caps today. Figured I would post this, in case someone else finds it useful.
12-23-2012 09:39 AM
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12-23-2012 03:46 PM
I used my Gas at Walmart and they offer like 0.15 off per gallon. I get 5% off $100 dollars at Walmart participate Gas Station.
Temp to apps for Amex TU in the future but I guess Walmart can do for gas and BCE goes for grocery so I pass ;(
How did you get that discount? That's one hell of a deal right there!
12-23-2012 04:00 PM
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