Examples of Gas Station merchants:
Local Commuter Transportation
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Common Questions about merchants/categories.
Question number 1Q. What determines whether a merchant falls within a particular rewards category?
Answer to question number 1A. Merchants who accept Visa/MasterCard credit cards are assigned a merchant code, which is determined by the merchant or its processor in accordance with Visa/MasterCard procedures based on the kinds of products and services they primarily sell. We groups similar merchant codes into categories for purposes of making rewards offers to you. Please note we make every effort to include all relevant merchant codes in its rewards categories. However, even though a merchant or some of the items that it sells may appear to fit within a rewards category, the merchant may not have a merchant code in that category. When this occurs, purchases with that merchant won’t qualify for rewards offers on purchases in that category. Purchases submitted by you, an authorized user or the merchant through third-party payment accounts, mobile or wireless card readers, online and mobile digital wallets or similar technology will not qualify in a rewards category if the technology is not set up to process the purchase in that rewards category.
Question number 1Q. What happens if a merchant charges my Freedom Card for a rewards category purchase after this quarter?
Answer to question number 1A. In order for a purchase to qualify for 5% cash back in this quarter’s rewards categories, the merchant must submit the charges to your credit card by the last day of the quarter. For example, if the merchant charges your card on a different date than you placed your purchase such as the shipping date, delivery date or installation date and that date is after the end of the is quarter, the purchase will not earn bonus 5% cash back.
Question number 1Q. What types of purchases qualify for 5% cash back this quarter?
Answer to question number 1A. You’ll earn 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in combined purchases from January 1 through March 31, 2016 when you use your card for purchases at Gas Stations and Local Commuter Transportation.
Question number 1Q. What types of merchants are in the Gas stations category?
Answer to question number 1A. Merchants in the Gas Stations category sell automotive gasoline that can be paid for either at the pump or inside the station, and may or may not sell other goods or services at their location. Please note that some merchants that do not specialize in selling automotive gasoline are not included in this category; for example, truck stops, boat marinas, oil and propane distributors, and home heating companies.
Question number 1Q. What types of purchases qualify for 5% cash back in the Local Commuter Transportation category?
Answer to question number 1A. Merchants in the Local Commuter Transportation category include regional operators of local commuter passenger trains, subways, metro, buses, taxis, and ferries. Please note that some merchants that provide transportation and related services are not included in this category; for example, national and international trains (such as Amtrak), airport shuttles/limousines, parking lots/garages, tolls/bridges, airlines, hotels, car rental agencies, cruise lines, travel agencies, discount travel sites, vacation clubs, tour operators, and some municipal/government owned entities.
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