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The Best Gas Credit Cards of 2014, Ranked by CreditCardChaser.com

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/06/14 -- Today, CreditCardChaser.com announced their ranking of the best gas credit cards of 2014. Gas rewards cards let consumers save money on fuel costs and earn rewards. Like cash back credit cards or other rewards cards, gas credit cards are rewards cards that have programs geared specifically towards saving money on gas.

To create their ranking of the best gas credit cards of 2014, Credit Card Chaser experts focused on many factors, including gas rewards, loyalty programs, introductory offers, customer reviews, and expert opinions. According to their findings, here are the best credit cards for consumers looking to save money on gas:

Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express

As Credit Card Chaser's top choice for gas credit cards, the Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express offers 3% cash back at US gas stations and select US department stores. In addition, cardholders earn 6% cash back on up to $6000 per year in purchases at US supermarkets and 1% cash back on other purchases. Their special introductory offer also allows cardholders to earn 100 Reward Dollars and 1 free year of Amazon Prime membership when they make $1000 in purchases with their new card in the first 3 months. Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express also has a 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months.

True Earnings Card from Costco and American Express

The True Earnings Card from Costco and American Express, like the Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express, is an excellent credit card for gas. This card offers 3% cash back at US gas stations and gasoline at Costco for up to $4000 in purchases, then 1%. They also offer 2% cash back at US restaurants, 2% cash back on eligible travel purchases, and 1% cash back on all other purchases. This card is both an American Express Card and Costco membership card, with no annual fee for Costco members.

Barclaycard Rewards MasterCard - Average Credit

The Barclaycard Rewards MasterCard - Average Credit card rounds off Credit Card Chaser's list of best gas credit cards. With this card, consumers can earn 2 points for every $1 they spend on gas, grocery, and utility purchases. Furthermore, they can earn 1 point for every $1 they spend everywhere else, and there are no blackout dates, redemption fees, or limits on the points members can earn. Cardholders can earn 2500 points, equal to a $25 statement credit, after their first purchase or balance transfer. And there is no annual fee and a 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 6 months. Plus, cardholders get their complimentary FICO score directly from their Barclaycard online account.

These are the best gas rewards credit cards available for consumers today. For more information on gas rewards or other credit cards, access Credit Card chaser: http://www.creditcardchaser.com/gas-credit-cards/

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