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Citi and ExxonMobil expand their credit card offerings


banking giant City and ExxonMobil announced an extension of their longstanding relationship with credit cards, the companies said in a Press release Tuesday (February 1).

The two companies say the extension is an upgrade to the existing ExxonMobil smart card called “ExxonMobil Smart Card+”.

The card offers cardholders in good standing instant savings at the pump with up to 12 cents per gallon on Synergy Supreme+™ premium fuel and 10 cents per gallon on other Synergy™ fuel grades at Exxon and Mobil stations.

Plus, cardholders can get 5% back as a credit on in-store purchases and car washes at Exxon and Mobil outlets for the first $1,200 they spend each year on non-network related purchases. fuel.

“We are excited to launch an enhanced Exxon Mobil consumer credit card alongside Citi Retail Services,” said Yan Cote, head of consumer marketing at ExxonMobil. “We continually evaluate our branded programs and saw an opportunity to offer consumers more savings on everyday purchases at Exxon and Mobil stations. Citi Retail Services has been a valued partner that shares a vision of innovation and delivers meaningful benefits to cardholders. »

Add Leslie McNamara, Business Leader, Partner Management, Citi Retail Services: “Beginning with the launch of the new credit card today, we will continue to work closely with ExxonMobil to deliver value and increase loyalty for new customers. and existing.”

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The partnership between Citi and ExxonMobil goes back 15 years. Five years ago, the two companies expanded their partnership to allow potential cardholders to apply for cards directly through the ExxonMobile Speedpass+ mobile app.

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Tuesday’s announcement comes just days after Citi announced an extension of its credit card relationship with clothing retailer Brooks Brothers to promote omnichannel payment options.

“This agreement signifies our shared commitment to innovation and building next-generation commerce solutions that will drive growth and engagement in an increasingly interconnected physical and digital landscape,” McNamara said at the time.



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