With gas prices rising, credit cards offering rebates for gas purchases are becoming more appealing. However, the puny discounts that many major gas cards offer aren’t very enticing. Here are 3 better options.
With the average price per gallon of gas nearing $3.00, credit cards that offer rebates on fill-ups are becoming more attractive. Unfortunately, the $.05 per gallon discount offered by many major gas brand cards isn’t that great a deal.
The best option is...
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MasterCard, Visa and Discover credit cards have a 3 digit code printed on the back of the card while American Express cards have a 4 digit code printed on the front side of the card above the card number.