AA Fuel Save credit card 4% cashback on fuel purchases (+0.5% on other spend) Free breakdown cover Y1 followed by free MOT annually - HotUKDeals
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AA Fuel Save credit card 4% cashback on fuel purchases (+0.5% on other spend) Free breakdown cover Y1 followed by free MOT annually

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Not for everyone although if you use a lot of Fuel youd get quiete a nice chunk back if yuo spend £500 a month on cards (Supermarket & petrol for most familes) Get 4% cashback on fuel when you spend … Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Not for everyone although if you use a lot of Fuel youd get quiete a nice chunk back if yuo spend £500 a month on cards (Supermarket & petrol for most familes)
Get 4% cashback on fuel when you spend £500 or more in a month on any purchases, or 2% cashback on fuel when you spend less than £500 in a month

0.5% cashback on other purchases

Maximum of £150 total cashback per year
Plus
Includes AA Breakdown Cover in your first year, followed by an MOT every year you hold the card. Existing members will receive an MOT in the first year instead of breakdown cover.

there is a £42 PA card fee so youd need do the numbers

Based on £75 per week fuel spend (if you spend over £500 youd get £108 a year or £27 every 3 months (most cashback cards only pay annually)
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I make £75 per week with 4% cashbask equate to £156 per yr, but its capped at £150 total cashback per yr..
#2
Yeah, the figures don't add up... max cashback with minimum spend to get most cashback means you can't claim upper limit for the whole year, and then you have to deduct the cost of the card... So MAX net cashback is £108, or £9 per month.
So, not rubbish, it IS money back... But not as good as the headline.
#3
bilbob
Yeah, the figures don't add up... max cashback with minimum spend to get most cashback means you can't claim upper limit for the whole year, and then you have to deduct the cost of the card... So MAX net cashback is £108, or £9 per month.
So, not rubbish, it IS money back... But not as good as the headline.
Not brilliant agreed but ok and nothing better..
£27 a quarter cashback (plus a free breakdown cover or MOT annually from Year2 )for some spending £75 a week on fuel (with additional £200 spend Per Month apprx)

Edited By: dodgymix on Aug 12, 2016 10:30
#4
£42 a year fee, but then say you get free breakdown cover?

It's like the £22 Vodafone broadband deal with free line rental all over again!
#5
The first year is free, the £42 annual fee (charged monthly @ £3.50) only kicks in on the 13th month by which time you can cancel, not to mention £31.50 cashback on TCB, this wasn't a bad deal at all.

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