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Comparison of Citibank, Axis Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, ICICI Bank Fuel credit cards

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Citibank IndianOil Platinum Card
  • 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.
Joining Fees : Rs.
Annual Fees : Rs. 1,000
Renewal Fees :Nil
Finance Charges per Month : 3.25%
Citibank IndianOil Titanium Card
  • 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.
Joining Fees : Rs.
Annual Fees : Rs. 1,000
Renewal Fees :Nil
Finance Charges per Month : 3.25%
Axis Bank My Zone Card
  • 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.
Joining Fees : Rs. 500
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 500
Finance Charges per Month : 3.25%
Standard Chartered Bank Super Value Titanium Card
  • 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.
Joining Fees : Nil
Annual Fees : Rs. 499
Renewal Fees : Rs. 750
Finance Charges per Month : 3.10%
ICICI Bank HPCL Coral Card
  • 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.
Joining Fees : Rs. 199
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 199
Finance Charges per Month : 3.40%
ICICI Bank HPCL Platinum Card
  • 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.
Joining Fees : Rs. 199
Annual Fees : Nil
Renewal Fees : Rs. 199
Finance Charges per Month : 3.40%
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