Credit Cards

How do credit cards related to gasoline and fuel mileage? We'll answer that in just one moment. But first, let's look at how these magical cards play a part in your personal economy and even the environment.

A credit card is a nothing more than a magnetic coded piece of plastic containing the owners account number, expiration date, and a signature. This little gadget enables its owner to make purchases without having the money to back the transaction at that moment. Credit cards are also used for convenience as well as accumulating points and rewards.

How can a credit card help me?

A credit card can help you if you are informed enough to know its limitations and how to use the card responsibly. A credit card can help you financially through its responsible use by rewarding you with perks, or rewards points.

Rewards come in the form of travel credits, merchandise, and cash rebates. Knowing the value of the perks is key to maximizing your benefits. Some cards provide more valuable perks than others.

Cash back cards, for instance, seem most appealing at first. But if you are a traveler, you may earn more bang for your buck with equal purchases on a travel rewards card.

If you are a frequent flier, an airline specific card may pay you back best. And if you are a seasoned driving with a long commute to work, or endless errands tor un afterwards, a cash rebate gas card may be your best friend.

Oh, those annual fees...

Annual fees can be a real stick in the mud. The are not required for some cards, but becomae an annual event for others. Typically, cards designed for those with poor credit ratings can come with a hefty annual fee.

But there are also rewards cards that charge an annual fee as well. These cards typically offer more value in terms of rewrads point or perks, but the trick is to use the card frequently enough to outweigh that heavy annual fee.

Stay tuned as we post some valuable information on gas rebate credit cards. We will focus on these cards since our website is focused around fuel spending and savings. The gas station is a great place to earn points if you have to visit regularly.

See Also: Short Commute Jobs | Pedal Biking | Fuel Efficient Scooters | Motorized Bicycles | Fuel Saving Calculators | Diesel Fuel Facts

share-o-matic Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google StumbleUpon Email

fight high gas prices