The Kickback Card is different from most other gas station rewards cards in that it can be used at many different independent gas stations and retailers. A list of locations that accept the Kickback points card can be found on the Kickback website. Phillips 66, Conoco, and 76 gas stations are among the gas stations that accept the Kickback points card. Not all independent gas stations that sell the preceding types of gas accept the Kickback points card. The Kickback cards provides rewards for purchases of fuel or merchandise at participating gas stations. Kickback allows you to earn discounts in the form of Kickback points which can be used for purchases at the rate of 1 point per $0.01. To earn Kickback points on a purchase simply swipe your Kickback card at the store’s card terminal (inside or at the pump) before you make your payment. The Kickback website does not make clear exactly how many points one can earn on any given purchase. From personal experience the rate seems to be around 1% or 2% of purchases which puts it in the range of other gas discount cards. The Kickback points card also enters cardholders into drawings for prizes when used. If you prefer to shop at gas stations that accept the Kickback points card you might as well use it to save money. That said, the Kickback points program is not as generous as some of the other gas discount programs I have reviewed on this site.