You can use your Chevron and Texaco Gas Card at Chevron and Texaco gas stations for fuel and retail purchases.
If you have the Chevron and Texaco Visa Card, you can use it anywhere Visa is accepted. Both the Visa credit card and the gas card give a discount of 3 to 7 cents per gallon on fuel purchases at Chevron and Texaco gas stations, depending on which type of fuel you get. In addition to the ongoing fuel discounts, all new cardholders will receive a discount of 20 cents per gallon for the first 90 days.
Gas credit cards can be used anywhere Visa or Mastercard is accepted. However, you're bound to lose out on the rewards they offer, since you're not technically using them in the best possible manner.
With that said, gas store cards don't belong to any major card network, and will be restricted to the gas station chain to which they are affiliated. Even with those, though, you'll be able to make non-gas purchases inside.… read full answer
The Chevron gas card requires “Fair” credit for approval, which generally means a score of at least 620. However, a fair credit score won’t always be sufficient. There are other variables that may play a role in the decision, such as your income and debt obligations.
The Chevron credit card cash advance limit will be a portion of your entire credit limit, and that ultimately depends on your credit history. You can find the specifics on your monthly statement or by calling 866-448-4367.
Other than that, your daily withdrawal limit is $1,000 from ATMs and up to $500 for point-of-sale withdrawals, assuming your credit limit exceeds those amounts.… read full answer
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