Major gasoline companies that offer branded credit cards include BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron, Lukoil, HESS and Gulf; these companies partner with major credit card issuers such as MasterCard and Visa to offer cards to customers, as reported by Ask Mr. Credit Card. Cards issued by gas companies often offer rewards, including discounts at gas stations owned by the company that issues the card or cash back on gasoline purchases.Continue Reading
Gas credit cards issued directly from oil companies are no longer as popular as they once were, according to CreditCards.com. Instead, many consumers now turn to bank-issued cards that offer discounts or rewards on a variety of purchases in addition to gasoline, allowing them to use cards in a variety of settings and reap rewards on more than just gas purchases.
Examples of bank-issued credit cards that offer gas rewards in addition to other purchase incentives include the Blue Cash Preferred card from American Express, which offers cardholders 3 percent cash back on gas purchases at any gas in the United States. Others include the PenFed Platinum Rewards Visa Signature card, which offers 5 percent rewards, and the Chase Freedom card, which also offers 5 percent rewards but only during certain periods of the year, as reported by NerdWallet.Learn more about Credit & Lending