Extra 2x Membership Rewards at Phillips 66, 76, & Conoco [Targeted]


There is a new targeted Amex Offer out that is good for +2 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent on eligible purchases at the gas pump at Phillips 66, 76, and Conoco gas stations. I’m not sure when this offer debuted, but it showed up as new since our last update of the Amex Offers database, so I wanted to alert readers who use Amex cards at the pump.

The Deal

  • Get 2 additional Membership Rewards points per dollar on gas pump purchases at Phillips 66, 76, and Conoco gas stations with a new targeted Amex Offer

Key Details

  • Expires 5/3/20
  • Only includes automotive fuel paid for at the pump
  • Excludes aviation fuel, car washes, convenience store purchases, and generally anything other than fuel paid for at the pump
  • See offer for full terms

Quick Thoughts

First thing’s first: If you have access to Chase Pay, you can do much better than this offer. That’s because Chase Pay is currently offering fifteen cents off per gallon at the same stations when using Chase Pay. That would obviously be worth more than 2 extra Membership Rewards points.

However, if you do not have Chase Pay, it’s obviously better to earn 2 extra points per dollar than 2 fewer. This is a targeted Amex Offer, so you may not find it on all of your Membership Rewards-earning cards, but if you can find it on an Everyday Preferred, you should be able to add this on top of a US gas station category bonus to make for a nice return on fuel purchases. Just keep in mind that the offer terms here state that it is only valid on purchases at the pump.

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Simply miles has 2 concurrent promos for Exxon/Mobil, one is 3mpd, and another is 1mpd for purchases on $20+, works with MC only, will be good to combine if you have Citi Premier or DC for the max of 7 points per dollar.

JB SanDiego

Got it on several cards including my Business Gold for a total of x6 MRs. I burned my bridges with Chase long before I found out about their 5/24, which is not published in their terms & conditions. This is probably the most likely case for most readers, as well?