If you are a person who doesn’t like to carry hard cash around, having credit cards in your wallet is the best option for you. With a credit card, you can not only shop but can also pay your bills. Credit cards are also used on petrol pumps to pay your fuel charges.
Landmark Rewards Platinum Card has no joining fee. You can enjoy up to 20% off on Uber rides and save up to Rs. 7200 per year on the same. With Super Value Titanium Card you can enjoy 5% cashback on the payment of utility bills and fuel spends.
ICICI Bank Platinum Chip Credit Card is available with no annual or joining fee till 31st December 2016. With this card, you get 2.5% reduction in additional fuel charges. This means you can travel more and also save more
RBL Titanium Delight Card has no joining fees. With this card, you can get fuel surcharge reduction of up to Rs. 100 on all the petrol pumps in the nation. RBL Movies & More Credit Card offers fuel surcharge waiver at any petrol pump In India up to Rs 100 each month.
With American Express MakeMyTrip Credit Card you can earn up to 3% cashback on all the fuel pumps across the nation and 2.5% additional charges reduction on all HPCL fuel stations.
Apart from discounts on shopping movies and dining, SBI SimplySave Card and FBB STYLEUP card offers 2.5% Fuel surcharge waiver across all petrol pumps in the country.
With Citi PremierMiles Credit Card and IndianOil Citi Platinum Credit Card, you get 4 times Turbo Points with our featured partners which can be redeemed or free fuel instantly, and you can also save 5% on fuel purchase at all the Indian Oil Outlets.
What is Fuel Surcharge?
All the credit card companies charge 2% to 3% fees on all the transactions. In a case of fuel sales, the dealer earns a fixed amount per litre of fuel sold. As they can’t absorb the 3% loss, they charge it additionally known as a fuel surcharge.