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Re: What card do you use for gas ??

My gas card - free gas  :smileyhappy:
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Re: What card do you use for gas ??

Citi Platinum Amex: 5 ThankYou Points per dollar (=5%) for the first two years.
 
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Re: What card do you use for gas ??

I use PenFed, Discover (until October), and Chase Freedom. PenFed's cash reward card is very hard to beat, IMO.
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jaxstraw wrote:
I didn't realize Discover does 5% back. That's a good deal.

What do you mean by this quarter ???

I actually think I got lucky with PenFed. They were one of the first I app'ed for after coming to these boards. I didn't even know about 'pyramiding'. So just by happen chance I applied for them first.

Jax




There is also the Discover Open Road card which is 5 percent back on gas an auto related purchases all year. It's only up to the first $100 a month though, which is pretty lame.
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Re: What card do you use for gas ??

Eventhough I also have a discover more card, my PenFed is my goto card when it comes to gas purchases.
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Re: What card do you use for gas ??

Right now, like others, I'm using my Discover More card. Otherwise, I use my debit card. I get 4 points per dollar I spend, so 50 dollars at the pump gives me 200 points.

I know, I'm boring.
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