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You cannot check your Marathon Credit Card application status as the card doesn’t accept new applicants anymore. This doesn’t mean you are out of options, though, as there are several gas credit cards available on the market.
For example, you could check out the Phillips 66 Credit Card that offers rebates of 3 ¢ per gallon. You could also consider the Valero Credit Card that gives 0 - 10 ¢ per gallon. Both cards have a $0 annual fee and require at least fair credit for approval.
Ultimately, you can also take a look at our editors’ latest picks for the best gas credit cards to see which one suits your needs better.
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