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2013 Chase gas card offer?

Postby musne1194 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 5:35 pm

Does Chase still offer a gas card? Although I am blanking on the name of it there used to be one you could get from them that gave 3% or maybe it was 5% at gas stations year around. I have poured over their website and it is nowhere to be found. Not even the search function on it pulled anything up related to it.

Freedom I know gives it for this quarter but what I want is a credit card that will give me at least 3% all the time on fuel.

My beef with Freedom is that the categories are not much use to me all the time. I feel some are filler categories that don't earn much. Take movies how much would anyone truly spend at movie theaters in a quarter. I can see right through that type of gimmick, what i want is a strong rewards system for year around savings on gas and categories that get real use.


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Postby MB131174 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:46 pm

Bank of America Cash Rewards gives 3% year round on gas, up to $1,500 purchased each quarter.
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Postby musne1194 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:19 pm

$1,500 a quarter is pretty good but with the price at the pump going the direction it is I could see the possibility of spending more than $500/month on it. But what about the Chase gas credit card I was talking about what ever happened to it and do you think they will come out with a replacement in the future.

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Postby C.K. » Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:37 pm

Well, the only card I could think of is the AARP Visa thru Chase which offers 3% on gas and restaurants year-round. Obviously you would have to be an AARP member to get the credit card though.
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Postby barrytuneup » Thu Jul 18, 2013 1:47 pm

go for the PenFed Platinum rewards-- it gives 5% on gas all the time and it is credited the very next statement w/o waiting.

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Postby takeshi » Fri Jul 19, 2013 5:45 pm

The BP card is the only Chase gas card that I can think of.

Blue Cash Preferred offers 3% on gas. Costco TrueEarnings does as well.

PenFed has a couple of cards that give gas rewards but has a reputation of being difficult to get.

musne1194 wrote:Take movies how much would anyone truly spend at movie theaters in a quarter.

Depends on the person. Never assume that your spending patterns, preferences, situation, needs, wants, etc are universal.

musne1194 wrote:I can see right through that type of gimmick, what i want is a strong rewards system for year around savings on gas and categories that get real use.

Again, subjective matter. Not everyone even owns a car. Don't just assume that your uses are "real" uses.

musne1194 wrote:But what about the Chase gas credit card I was talking about

Impossible to say if you don't recall the name of the card.

musne1194 wrote:what ever happened to it and do you think they will come out with a replacement in the future.

How would we know? Ask Chase.

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Postby hematino » Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:33 pm

takeshi wrote:The BP card is the only Chase gas card that I can think of.

Blue Cash Preferred offers 3% on gas. Costco TrueEarnings does as well.

PenFed has a couple of cards that give gas rewards but has a reputation of being difficult to get.


Depends on the person. Never assume that your spending patterns, preferences, situation, needs, wants, etc are universal.


Again, subjective matter. Not everyone even owns a car. Don't just assume that your uses are "real" uses.


Impossible to say if you don't recall the name of the card.


How would we know? Ask Chase.


Way to pick him apart, lol.


To the original poster, I'd go with the PenFed Platinum Cash Rewards Visa, as someone else had mentioned. 5% rebates on gas every month is awesome, this is my go to card for filling up. PenFed can be a pain to get approved for, but its well worth it.
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Postby spolied customer » Sun Jul 21, 2013 9:09 am

Sometime about 15 years ago, Chase took over the Shell co-branded Mastercard from Chemical Bank. Chase abandoned that card in 2003.

Chase still has a co-branded card with BP, though the rewards structure doesn't approach its former 5%.

Chase also had (and may still have) a co-branded card with Marathon, but it too no longer gives 5% back.

5% and 3% cash back cards are available as stated in earlier posts. But they're not from Chase.



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