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New Shell Fuel Rewards cardholders can save 30 cents per gallon for a limited time

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For a limited time, new cardholders who apply by Feb. 28, 2019, can save 30 cents per gallon on qualifying Shell fuel purchases.

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Shell Fuel Rewards card

Citi and Shell have partnered to launch two new credit cards designed to help you save money at the pump: the Shell|Fuel Rewards card and the Shell|Fuel Rewards Mastercard. For a limited time, new cardholders can save 30 cents per gallon on up to 20 gallons per purchase, on the first five Shell fuel purchases made by June 20, 2019. To qualify for this promotion, you must apply for either card by Feb. 28, 2019.

Once the limited-time offer ends, cardholders can save 10 cents per gallon on up to 20 gallons per purchase at participating Shell-branded retail stations.

According to Chris Suess, general manager of payments in North America at Shell Oil Products U.S., the cards offer a simplified approach to customers, “making it easier for them to pay and save at participating Shell branded retail stations.”

Earn rebates on non-fuel purchases

Along with saving money on gas purchases, both cards offer 10 percent in Shell rebates on the first $1,200 in non-fuel purchases made at participating Shell branded retail stations each year.

Additionally, Shell Fuel Rewards Mastercard members will earn 2 percent in Shell rebates on dining and grocery purchases, on up to $10,000 each year, and 1 percent in Shell rebates on all other qualifying purchases.

See how the two cards compare in the table below.

Ongoing Shell card offers

Shell|Fuel Rewards card Shell|Fuel Rewards Mastercard
  • 10 cents per gallon rollback at participating Shell branded retail stations, up to 20 gallons per purchase
  • 10 percent Shell rebates on the first $1,200 in non-fuel purchases at participating Shell branded retail stations
  • Automatic enrollment in the Fuel Rewards program
  • 10 cents per gallon rollback at participating Shell branded retail stations, up to 20 gallons per purchase
  • 10 percent Shell rebates on the first $1,200 in non-fuel purchases at participating Shell branded retail stations
  • Automatic enrollment in the Fuel Rewards program
  • 2 percent Shell rebates on the first $10,000 dining and grocery purchases per year
  • 1 percent Shell rebates on other qualifying purchases

To redeem your rebates, simply apply them as credits toward purchases made with your Shell card in subsequent billing cycles.

See related: Shell Fuel Rewards program guide5 great credit cards to save on gas now

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