Whilst looking for a new cashback credit card I came across the AA Fuelsave Credit card.
It offers the following:
4% cashback on fuel of you spend over £500 per month (2% if not)
0.5% cashback on all other purchases
It also has free breakdown cover for the first year or a Free MOT.
+ £40 TCB £38.50 Quidco
The only issue I can see is after year on there is a £42 annual fee.
This is waived in the first year. So I suggest cancelling after your 1st year.
Just another thought that should work is getting the equivalent of 4% cashback at other shops via gift-cards purchased in petrol stations.
For example Esso petrol stations that have a Tesco express have a number of gift cards. So if you purchased a tesco gift card in the Esso (Tesco express) Petrol station you would receive 4% cashback then you are able to spend on this card in Tesco.
Also Morrisons Petrol stations sell gift-cards including Amazon therefore allowing you to get 4% cashback at Amazon.
Obviously this only works if you spend over £500 on the card each month.
To maximize the offer I would suggest purchasing your fuel as normal then topping up the rest upto £500 or over with gift cards. Then spending those cards in places such as Tesco / Amazon thus giving 4% cashback there.
If you spend under £500 then you only get 2% cashback. But this card could also be used anywhere else for everyday spending as it still has one of the best cashback rates of 0.5% anyway to bring it up to £500 if required.
Maximum cashback of £150 per year
So with the cashback plus the free breakdown cover plus TCB / Quidco it seems like a great deal for a year at least.
Hope it saves someone some money.