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BPCL Card 2021

BPCL Card Fee and Charges

Last Updated 08th Oct 2021
Joining fees₹ 499
First Year Annual Fees ₹ 499
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year ₹ 499
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month3.35%
Brand Partner BPCL
Late Payment Charges ₹ 950
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BPCL Card Features

  • Avail special offers on Fuel & retail purchases
  • Great Value back along with increased Safety through EMV Chip
  • Instant point redemption available at over 1200 automated fuel pumps

BPCL Card Benefits

  • Get upto 2000 Bonus Reward Points on joining
  • Get 5X Reward points on every ₹100 spend at Groceries, Departmental stores, Movies & Dining
  • Get 5X Reward Points per ₹100 spent for Utility Bills payments

BPCL Card Eligibility

An applicant needs to meet the following criteria to get BPCL Card from SBI:

  • Income: SBI requires a minimum monthly income of ₹ 20,000 or above is to be eligible for BPCL Card.
  • Age: The applicant should be of of minimum 21 years to be eligible for BPCL Card.
  • CIBIL: SBI require a minimum CIBIL score of 700 for issuing its BPCL Card.
  • Occupation: SBI offers this credit card to both, salaried and self employed professionals and businessman with regular source of income.
Eligibility ParametersCriteria
Income ₹ 20,000
Age Min 21 years
CIBIL Score700 and above
OccupationSalaried and Self Employed

More about Fuel Card

  • Fuel card helps in reducing your travel cost. This card is used as a payment card for purchase of gasoline, diesel, and other fuels at gas stations, for vehicle maintenance and repairing and receive attractive cash back offers on your fuel bills. You can avail minimum up to 5% cash back, fuel surcharge waiver. Some banks also offer cash backs on utility bills like electricity and mobile bills too.
  • Upto 5% cash back on fuel bills.
  • Easy to pay your fuel bills.
  • Fuel surcharge waivers.
  • Easy invoicing and maintenance of records of fuel payments of your employees.
  • Cash back available on other categories such as - telecom bill, electricity, gas, water bill etc. as well.

FAQs

What charges I need to pay as joining fee for BPCL Card of SBI?

Joining fee charged on SBI BPCL Card is ₹ 499.

What is the annual fee for BPCL Card ?

Annual fee charged on BPCL Card is ₹ 499.

Can I waive off my annual fee on BPCL Card ?

no waiver on your BPCL Card annual fee.

Is there any late payment charge on BPCL Card ?

No, SBI does not charge any late payment fee on your BPCL Card.

What is the second year renewal fee on BPCL Card ?

SBI charges a second year renewal fee of ₹ 499 on your BPCL Card

What is the interest charge per month on BPCL Card ?

SBI charges an interest of 3.35% per month on BPCL Card.


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