The BPCL SBI card offers a wide range of features and benefits which include:
|Fuel surcharge benefits||
|Reward point benefits||
|Easy Bill Pay||
|Add-on Credit Card||
The fees and charges applicable for the co-branded fuel credit card are listed below
|Type of Charge||Amount|
|Credit card finance charge||3.5% on all unsecured SBI Credit Cards (except Shaurya)|
|Minimum amount due each month||5% of total outstanding amount or Rs.200 + taxes, whichever is higher|
|Interest fee period||20 to 50 days|
|Finance charge on cash advance||For domestic cash withdrawal, a fee of 2.5% or Rs.500 (whichever is higher)|
|Statement retrieval||Rs.100 per statement – for statements more than 2 months old|
|Late payment fee (charged based on the total outstanding amounts)||
|Over limit fee||2.5%|
|Card replacement fee – domestic||Rs.100 to Rs.250|
Individuals who wish to apply for BPCL SBI credit card can check their eligibility using the 'SBI Card' website or by contacting the SBI Credit Card customer care.
To check online follow the steps mentioned below
If you're eligible for the card, your credit limit will be displayed online, which means you application has been approved online.
The bank executives will approach you in next two working days and will inform you about the required documents and set an appointment to collect the same from you. Once the documents are submitted, the bank will take up to 21 days to process the application.
You can apply for the BPCL SBI Credit Card either from the official website of the State Bank of India or from BankBazaar.
The BPCL SBI Credit Card comes with a one-time annual fee of Rs.499.
You receive fuel surcharge waiver of up to Rs.100 per month. You can get accelerated reward points of 13x at BPCL petrol pumps along with a fuel surcharge waiver per month.
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