Chevron and Texaco Launch Xponent Prepaid Gas Rewards Card

Chevron and Texaco Launch Xponent Prepaid Gas Rewards Card

June 16, 2015         Written By Lynn Oldshue

Chevron and Texaco have partnered to provide a new prepaid rewards card for fuel purchases. Known as the Xponent Rewards Card, this new opportunity gives consumers a chance to earn a discount on fuel just by spending money on everyday gas transactions.

The Xponent Rewards Card is a reloadable prepaid card that can be used like a credit card to make purchases. The money spent on the card is transformed into rewards points that can be used at participating Chevron and Texaco gas stations. Cardholders receive a five cent per gallon discount on fuel at these locations, as well as additional discounts based on their spending habits.

New accounts save $0.50 per gallon on the first 20 gallons.

Unlike most prepaid cards, the Xponent Rewards Card does not require either an annual fee or sign up fee. There is no credit check for signing up, and there is a free Xponent Rewards app users can download to monitor their rewards. Funds can be loaded through the app or via a linked bank account. They cannot be loaded while a customer is at a Chevron or Texaco gas station.

“Chevron is always looking for innovative ways to provide value to its consumers and reward them for brand preference,” said George Wall, vice president of Americas Products East & Latin America. “This new loyalty offering rewards customers who are not interested in our traditional credit cards.”

Currently, the gas rewards card is available in Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, Tampa and Orlando, with plans to expand the program to all Chevron and Texaco locations throughout the United States.

The information contained within this article was accurate as of June 16, 2015. For up-to-date
information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website.


About Lynn Oldshue

Lynn Oldshue has written personal finance stories for for twelve years. She majored in public relations at Mississippi State University.
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