Reloadable gas cards give their users ongoing rebates, a new way to manage fuel expenses and the ability to set limits on cards, advertises BP Business Solutions. Users can manage accounts online with real-time purchase details. BP Business Solutions claims that its cards reduce administrative costs and excessive paperwork.
ExxonMobil offers a Smart Card that earns rebates of 6 cents per gallon after purchasing over $45 of gas in the first month and rebates for up to $100 of gas bought each month thereafter, according to Exxon. A Smart Card allows the owner to choose the most convenient monthly billing date and receive itemized monthly billing statements detailing fuel expenses. Cardholders can make monthly online payments and receive cash advances from ATM machines using this card.
Speed Pass is a proprietary app for Exxon and Mobil gas stations that can be downloaded to smart devices, allowing users to pay for gasoline with their phones at the pumps of participating stations. Prepaid cards are available from most gas station chains, with each company offering its own variation in terms, states CardReport. Prepaid gas gift cards are available, and companies like Visa and MasterCard frequently offer rewards and point programs for gas purchases.