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Amex Offer: Spend $25+ at US Exxon or Mobil locations, get 1,000 Membership Rewards® Points

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I just found below offer in "Amex Premier Rewards Gold Card"

Get 1,000 additional Membership Rewards points one-time, on purchases made using your eligible, enrolled Card at US Exxon or Mobil locations by 12/31/2017. Purchases must be paid for at the pump.
Created 12-03-2017 at 05:45 PM by kumar2k
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if you use credit cards at gas stations you pay 10-40 cents extra per gallon
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if you use credit cards at gas stations you pay 10-40 cents extra per gallon
Not in my state
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if you use credit cards at gas stations you pay 10-40 cents extra per gallon
Not sure where you live but I've never paid more for using my cc vs cash
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Repost...and such a bad title.
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