Fuel cards: Compare to get the best deals in the UK
- FREE fuel card comparison gets you the best fuel card deals
- Choose from Shell, Esso, BP, Texaco, supermarkets and more
- Get deals in 30 seconds and apply online
What’s a fuel card?
How do fuel cards work?
Our purpose is to save you time and money. We are the experts at scouring the market, sourcing the best deals and passing them on to you.
Why get a fuel card?
How iCompario works
Tell us about your business needs, your vehicle types and where you prefer to fill up with fuel.
We filter the offers
We’ll then compare fuel cards across the UK, our database of cards cover 95% of UK fuel stations.
Get the perfect fuel card
After our free fuel card comparison, it’s time to get your card and start spending on fuel! Simple as that.
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Frequently asked questions
You can use your cards at the pumps of the most popular petrol stations across the UK. Some fuel cards also let you spend at some stations in Europe.
Use iCompario’s free fuel card comparison tool to do a full check of our database. We’ve got the info on 95% of all the fuel cards in the UK. We use this to shortlist the most suitable deals for you.
Unlike normal credit cards, many fuel card providers set weekly, fortnightly or longer payment periods. The time period is sometimes based on your company’s credit rating.
Buying your fuel now and paying for it at a later date can help with your cash flow management. Most card providers ask you to set up a direct debit so that you never forget to meet your payment date.
If you do not have a good credit rating, a few fuel card providers may offer a pre-payment agreement. Your company pays for week’s fuel ahead of time, and your drivers then draw from this pool of money each time they buy fuel.
Read our detailed guide on how fuel cards work for employees for more information.
The price of the card depends on the one you choose for your business.
Each option charges slightly different sums for the fees making up the cost. The type of fees, and the amount change, depend on the provider.
No. They’re just for travel expenses. Unlike credit cards, fuel card providers usually set weekly or monthly payment times. Need more info? Check out the full differences between credit cards and fuel cards.
Large brands such as Shell and BP offer brand specific fuel discounts at their stations. Some cards (such as the BP Bunker card) are best used on the motorway.
Other cards, like fuelGenie, are great for filling up on fuel at supermarkets.
You can choose whether you want to pay the pump price or fixed prices. Pump prices mean you pay for fuel based on the prices you see at the fuel station.
Fixed prices change at a fixed time period, usually every week, that is based on wholesale fuel prices. Check out your fuel card options and pump prices.