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Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

FormerCollegeDJ
Regular Contributor

Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

I can't speak for anyone else, but I've received a lot of gas station-related deals on my credit cards recently.  Some of those deals have been discussed in individual threads that I've posted or other forum members have created, but I don't think there is a "one stop shop" thread discussing these deals.  I thought it would be a good idea to create a thread that identifies all of these deals in one place.

 

The deals I've received have been on my American Express, Chase, and Wells Fargo cards.  Post any gas station deals that are valid through the end of 2021 that you have received and aren't shown below.

 

*Save $3 if spend at least $35 on gas station purchase, up to 5 purchases (American Express, valid through 12/31/21): this deal became active in early October, so many of you are already aware of it and have used it, but if you have a mid-sized car or larger and/or live in a state/area with high gas prices, this could be a good deal for you.  In my particular case I've received the deal on my Amex Hilton Honors card.  To my knowledge this deal is available on many, though possibly not all, Amex issued credit cards.

 

*BP - get 5% off pay at the pump, up to $3 savings, one time use (Chase, Wells Fargo, valid through 11/30/21): this deal became active in I think early November, but was overshadowed by a recently expired Marathon Oil, 10% off deal (see more info below).  However, this is still a good deal if you have BP stations in your area; using an example it is equivalent to getting 15 cents/gallon off the price of gas if gas costs $3.00/gallon.  In my particular case I've received the deal on one of my three Chase cards (Chase Amazon) and also my Wells Fargo Propel.  It appears to be available on many, though not all, Chase and/or Wells Fargo cards.

 

*Marathon - 10% or 5% off pay at the pump, up to $5.50 or $3 savings, one time use (Chase, Wells Fargo, valid through 12/22/21): I just received the 5% off deal today (Wednesday 11/24) on my Wells Fargo card.  UPDATE Thursday 11/25: I also received the deal on all three of my Chase cards (Chase Amazon, Chase Freedom Unlimited, Chase Freedom Flex), but Chase is offering 10% off in their deals.  The Wells Fargo deal isn't as good as the 10% off pay at the pump deal that was available through 11/21/21 on many Chase and Wells Fargo cards, but is still a good deal if you live in an area with Marathon gas stations.  It appears to be available in either 10% or 5% off variations on various Chase and/or Wells Fargo cards.

 

*ExxonMobil - 5% off pay at the pump, up to $2.50 savings, one time use (Chase, Wells Fargo, valid through 12/31/21): this deal became available within the last week, and at least in my case is a little more attractive than the BP and Marathon deals because Exxon and Mobil gas stations are a little more common.  In my particular case I've received the deal on two of my three Chase cards (Chase Amazon, Chase Freedom Flex) as well as my Wells Fargo Propel.  It appears to be available on many, though not all, Chase and/or Wells Fargo cards.

 

*Get 10x Wells Fargo Rewards bonus points on first, single gas purchase, up to 4000 bonus points (up to $400 purchase, $40 rewards) (Wells Fargo, valid through 1/2/22): this deal became active earlier this week, and is part of a broader WF Rewards bonus points offer also involving a single grocery store purchase.  I posted a separate thread about the combined deal - Wells Fargo Rewards offer - 10x bonus points on single grocery + single gas purchase - a couple days ago.  This deal is stackable with the BP,  Marathon, and ExxonMobil deals identified above that are also available on the same Wells Fargo cards (because the WF deals above are being offered through Wells Fargo, not American Express).  People eligible for the deal may have also received an email from Wells Fargo about the deal.  It appears to be available on many, though not all, Wells Fargo cards.

 

Again, if there are other gas deals you've received or know about on any credit card (i.e. not just American Express, Chase, or Wells Fargo cards) that are valid at some point between now and the end of 2021, please post them in this thread for the MyFICO Forums community's awareness.

Playing the credit card rewards game since early May 2020.

Current credit cards:
*Discover Cash It, 10/5/94, $10,000 CL
*American Express Hilton Honors, 9/23/96, $16,500 CL
*Kohl's store card, 7/31/00, $2500 CL
*Chase Amazon Rewards Visa, 10/29/06, $11,000 CL
*Citi Sears/Thank You Rewards Mastercard, 9/19/09, $2001 CL (LOL)
*Citi My Best Buy Visa, 12/29/11, $4600 CL
*Bank of America Amtrak Guest Rewards Platinum Mastercard, 10/17/15, $15,000 CL
*Bank of America AAA Member Rewards Visa, 3/9/17, $15,000 CL
*Chase Freedom Unlimited Visa, 6/29/20, $11,000 CL
*Chase Freedom Flex Mastercard, 11/9/20, $9900 CL
*Capital One SavorOne Mastercard, 3/30/21, $10,000 CL
*Wells Fargo Propel American Express, 4/11/21, $10,000 CL
*PSECU Founder's Visa, 12/2/21, $30,000 CL

Next target credit cards:
*US Bank Cash+ Visa
*Citi Custom Cash Mastercard
*Elan Financial Services Max Cash Preferred (S&T Bank Visa version)
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M_Smart007
Epic Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

I have seen all the Chase/AE offers ..BP, Marathon, Exxon ..etc.

 

But I especially like the WF Propel offer.

Going down today to fill both tanks on the F250 (and they are empty)

So I should pick up a nice bonusSmiley Happy

(click image to enlarge)(click image to enlarge)

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Hoben02
Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

I wish folks would take advantage of these becuz no matter what time of day I show up at Costco gas the line are a mile long

Chase (CSP,CF,CFU,southwest premier)
Barclay(jetblue, arrival, frontier)
Bofa(US pride, premium, travel, cash, alaska)
Citi(Premier, Double cash, Costco)
Fnbo(Mlife)
Amex(everyday, cash, Hilton)
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FormerCollegeDJ
Regular Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

Keep in mind the Wells Fargo


@M_Smart007 wrote:

I have seen all the Chase/AE offers ..BP, Marathon, Exxon ..etc.

 

But I especially like the WF Propel offer.

Going down today to fill both tanks on the F250 (and they are empty)

So I should pick up a nice bonusSmiley Happy

(click image to enlarge)(click image to enlarge)


Keep in mind the Wells Fargo offer shown above is only valid on your FIRST gas purchase, so you won't be able to use it twice.  Still, it is a very good offer if you have a large vehicle with a large gas tank.

Playing the credit card rewards game since early May 2020.

Current credit cards:
*Discover Cash It, 10/5/94, $10,000 CL
*American Express Hilton Honors, 9/23/96, $16,500 CL
*Kohl's store card, 7/31/00, $2500 CL
*Chase Amazon Rewards Visa, 10/29/06, $11,000 CL
*Citi Sears/Thank You Rewards Mastercard, 9/19/09, $2001 CL (LOL)
*Citi My Best Buy Visa, 12/29/11, $4600 CL
*Bank of America Amtrak Guest Rewards Platinum Mastercard, 10/17/15, $15,000 CL
*Bank of America AAA Member Rewards Visa, 3/9/17, $15,000 CL
*Chase Freedom Unlimited Visa, 6/29/20, $11,000 CL
*Chase Freedom Flex Mastercard, 11/9/20, $9900 CL
*Capital One SavorOne Mastercard, 3/30/21, $10,000 CL
*Wells Fargo Propel American Express, 4/11/21, $10,000 CL
*PSECU Founder's Visa, 12/2/21, $30,000 CL

Next target credit cards:
*US Bank Cash+ Visa
*Citi Custom Cash Mastercard
*Elan Financial Services Max Cash Preferred (S&T Bank Visa version)
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M_Smart007
Epic Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation


@FormerCollegeDJ wrote:

Keep in mind the Wells Fargo


@M_Smart007 wrote:

I have seen all the Chase/AE offers ..BP, Marathon, Exxon ..etc.

 

But I especially like the WF Propel offer.

Going down today to fill both tanks on the F250 (and they are empty)

So I should pick up a nice bonusSmiley Happy

(click image to enlarge)(click image to enlarge)


Keep in mind the Wells Fargo offer shown above is only valid on your FIRST gas purchase, so you won't be able to use it twice.  Still, it is a very good offer if you have a large vehicle with a large gas tank. or (2) tanks!


Thanks, and yes  .. I read the fine print, always very careful when it comes to offers.

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_ptatohed
New Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

This is one of those quarters where Disco-It, Freedom, and Nusenda don't have 5% CB on the gas category.  Bummer.  Smiley Sad  But it's usually only one quarter without 5% between the three cards.  On these quarters, I use my 3% CB AARP card.  Effective rate for the year:  4.5%.  

5% CB rotating: ; Everyday 3% CB: ; Everyday 5%: ; Retired to sock drawer after AOD: ; In my sights / On my radar:
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FormerCollegeDJ
Regular Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

Update: I just checked my credit cards this morning for available reward offers, and the Marathon deal I mentioned in the original post above was available for all three of my Chase cards, offering 10% off pay at the pump purchases through 12/22/21, up to $5.50 savings.  This is the same deal that was available on the Chase cards (and also the Wells Fargo Propel) from mid-October to 11/21/21.  It is definitely a very good deal.  (I took advantage of it on two different cards when it was previously recently available. Smiley Happy)

Playing the credit card rewards game since early May 2020.

Current credit cards:
*Discover Cash It, 10/5/94, $10,000 CL
*American Express Hilton Honors, 9/23/96, $16,500 CL
*Kohl's store card, 7/31/00, $2500 CL
*Chase Amazon Rewards Visa, 10/29/06, $11,000 CL
*Citi Sears/Thank You Rewards Mastercard, 9/19/09, $2001 CL (LOL)
*Citi My Best Buy Visa, 12/29/11, $4600 CL
*Bank of America Amtrak Guest Rewards Platinum Mastercard, 10/17/15, $15,000 CL
*Bank of America AAA Member Rewards Visa, 3/9/17, $15,000 CL
*Chase Freedom Unlimited Visa, 6/29/20, $11,000 CL
*Chase Freedom Flex Mastercard, 11/9/20, $9900 CL
*Capital One SavorOne Mastercard, 3/30/21, $10,000 CL
*Wells Fargo Propel American Express, 4/11/21, $10,000 CL
*PSECU Founder's Visa, 12/2/21, $30,000 CL

Next target credit cards:
*US Bank Cash+ Visa
*Citi Custom Cash Mastercard
*Elan Financial Services Max Cash Preferred (S&T Bank Visa version)
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Duke_Nukem
Established Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation

YMMV, but I received a 5% gas spend offer for November and December on my wife's Synchrony Car Care card (usually a branded tire store card, Pep Boys card, etc.).

 

car care.jpg


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_ptatohed
New Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation


@Duke_Nukem wrote:

YMMV, but I received a 5% gas spend offer for November and December on my wife's Synchrony Car Care card (usually a branded tire store card, Pep Boys card, etc.).

 

car care.jpg


Hmmm, I bought my tires with this credit line but I'm not sure I ever got a physical card.  

 

I like that it's paid as a statement credit, rather than having you have to build up a $25 chunk before redeeming - for a card not used often.  

 

5% CB rotating: ; Everyday 3% CB: ; Everyday 5%: ; Retired to sock drawer after AOD: ; In my sights / On my radar:
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Duke_Nukem
Established Contributor

Re: Nov/Dec 2021 gas station deals (Amex, Chase, WF, etc.) compilation


@_ptatohed wrote:

@Duke_Nukem wrote:

YMMV, but I received a 5% gas spend offer for November and December on my wife's Synchrony Car Care card (usually a branded tire store card, Pep Boys card, etc.).

 

I like that it's paid as a statement credit, rather than having you have to build up a $25 chunk before redeeming - for a card not used often.  

 


Yes, the statement credit is nice!  Synch seems slow to award these statement credits, and I don't use the Car Care nor Care Credit cards often so the statement credit usually sits there a few months (the charges are paid before the statement credits appear).  But I'll receive a check in the mail after those few months of no activity to zero out the account.  The funny thing is, I usually get some sort of statement credit offer to use these cards, which I only use them once per year typically... and usually due to receive an offer such as this!


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