What’s the Best Credit Card You Should Get If You Want to Save the Most Money on Petrol?


Ask any driver in Singapore and most of them will tell you that petrol in Singapore is extremely expensive (as if the COE isn’t high enough).

So, if you can save money on petrol, you should always do it.

It might just be a few dollars each time, buy over the course of the year (or 5, or 10 years), it will always add up into very huge cash savings.

And I’m sure you have better uses for your money than to flush it down the drain on petrol, right?

I’ve researched on the 4 most common petrol stations in Singapore, and the top 3 credit cards that will give you the best discounts, rebates, and cash savings.

If your card is not allowing you to fully benefit from petrol discounts, you might want to consider getting a new card, or pumping petrol at another petrol station.

 

Shell

  1. Citibank DIVIDEND Card
  • Up to 18.1% savings at Shell fuel stations
  1. HSBC Visa Platinum Credit Card
  • 14% Instant discount at all Shell Stations
  1. HSBC Revolution Credit Card
  • 14% Instant discount at all Shell Stations

 

Esso

  1. Citibank DIVIDEND Card
  • Up to 18.3% savings at Esso fuel stations
  1. DBS Black Visa Card
  • Enjoy fuel savings of up to 18% at Esso from 7pm-7am daily
  1. Citibank Rewards Card
  • Save up to 14% on fuel at Esso stations

 

SPC

  1. American Express Platinum Credit Card
  • Save up to 21% at SPC petrol stations
  1. POSB Everyday Card
  • Get up to 20.1% savings on petrol at SPC
  1. UOB Cards
  • Get 20% off your petrol purchases at SPC with your UOB Cards

 

Caltex

  1. ANZ Platinum Card
  • Get up to 18.2% savings on the $200 ANZ StarCash prepaid card
  1. HSBC Visa Platinum Credit Card
  • Up to 14% instant discount at all Caltex stations
  1. HSBC Revolution Credit Card
  • Get 14% cash shavings when you refuel at Caltex

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Which petrol station do you most frequently pump petrol at? Let us know in the comments below!

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Shawn Lee

Shawn is a writer for WealthMastery.sg. When he's not writing, he enjoys reading about the latest in psychology and personal development. Beneath his reserved demeanour, he's secretly a fanboy who goes crazy whenever he sees his favourite idols. He also loves anime, music and everything Japanese.



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