Archive for June, 2008

What is the Average Interest Rate of a Gas Card?

Monday, June 30th, 2008

What’s the big deal about interest? The interest rate of a card is one of the reasons that people choose to apply for or sign up for a card. A high interest rate can drive a small balance up to the point where you can no longer pay. A low interest or zero interest card is easy to pay off as well as easy to use. It means that you’re paying lower fees for using your credit card. The rate that you get can make the difference between signing up, saving and even with your possible cash backs and rewards.
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Gas Cards: The Smarter Alternative to Cash

Friday, June 27th, 2008

Using gas cards is smarter than using cash. Here are a few reasons why you should use a gas card to manage your fuel money.
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Saving Gas for your Family Vacation

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Summer is here! It’s one of my favorite seasons. I love to travel, I love the beach and I love the tan you get after. Every year I save up and try to go somewhere different. My family has this tradition where we take two weeks vacation together. It’s great.
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Prepaid Gas Cards Versus Gas Credit Cards

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

There’s a crisis every day. Prices of fuel are increasing, and most car owners are worrying whether they can keep up with the gas prices or switch to public transportations. But these owners need not worry about saving money on gas, because there are alternative ways to pay for gas, and that is a gas card.
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What to Look for in a Gas Card

Friday, June 20th, 2008

If you’ve decided to invest in a gas credit card, you might be a bit confused about how many types of cars are available on the market. There are so many offers and types of cards that you might just throw up your hands to say: “No more! I give up!” Being smart about your gas cards will eventually save you more money than just applying for the first one you see.
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5 important factors you should consider before getting a gas credit card

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

So, have you decided to invest in a gas credit card to help you save some money? There are several factors that you should consider before applying for one.
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How Much Money Will You Save Using Gas Cards?

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

If you haven’t realized how much money you can save from gas cards, then this is the article for you. You can actually save a lots of money when you use gas cards, especially is you use them wisely.
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Gas Saving Tips for Your Business

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

If you’re the owner of a small or big business, then the gas crisis must be burning a hole in your pocket. It’s not just individuals or families who are affected by the $4 a gallon gas prices. Business, whether large or small, is faltering. The economy is struggling. As a business owner, you are probably looking for ways to cut down on expenses. One of these expenses is gas.
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Gas Cards Explained

Monday, June 16th, 2008

How do gas credit cards work? If you know how gas credit card work, then you’ll be able to fully use them to your advantage. A little knowledge is always good and you will be able to avoid debt and keep your interest rates low, as well as get those cash backs!
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How to Reduce Your Gasoline Consumption

Friday, June 13th, 2008

Reducing your use of gasoline isn’t just a way to help you save some money. Of course, at $4 a gallon, you must be crazy not to try to save some money. You’re not even sure that it’s going to stay that way, sometimes even the littlest threat of war drives gas up so high between one day and the next. It’s basically highway robbery at the gas station, without the trains and masked bandits. So finding out how to reduce or even eliminate your gas consumption can actually save you thousands of dollars every year! (more…)