You can use the BP Gas Card at any BP or Amoco gas station, both at the pump and inside the station. The BP Visa Credit Card can be used anywhere Visa is accepted. Both BP cards give discounts on every BP and Amoco fuel purchase.
You can get cash back with your BP credit card. To redeem your rewards at the pump, enter your phone number at participating BP Stations or swipe your BP Driver Rewards card, at the beginning of the transaction. The prompt then asks if you would like to redeem your rewards.
You are required to have a score of at least 700, or "good credit," to get the BP credit card. In addition to a good credit score, they require timely payments on credit accounts for two or more years, a stable income and a debt to income ratio ideally lower than 15%.… read full answer These variables will also influence the credit limit the bank will assign to you.
The BP Credit Card rewards are 10 cents off per gallon every time you fuel up at a BP or Amoco gas station, 3% cash back on groceries, and 1% cash back on all other purchases besides BP and Amoco gas. That’s for the BP Visa Credit Card. The BP Gas Card, on the other hand, gets 5 cents off per gallon of BP or Amoco gas and 1% cash back for non-fuel purchases at BP and Amoco stations.… read full answer
With either BP card, you’ll get an introductory discount of 25 cents off per gallon for the first 30 days after you open the account, plus an extra 5 cents off when you use your BP Credit Card with the BPme app. After the 30-day deal is over, the discount reverts to 10 cents off per gallon for the BP Visa Credit Card, and 5 cents off per gallon for the BP Gas Card. However, you can still get the extra 5 cents off for paying with the BPme app after the introductory period, as long as you’ve spent $100 on BP and/or Amoco fuel in the previous month.
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