How To Make a Shell Credit Card Payment

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Shell currently offers two credit cards through Citi® that can benefit its customers when they fill up or make everyday purchases: Shell Fuel Rewards® and Shell Fuel Rewards® Mastercard®. The Shell Fuel Rewards can be used at Shell stations, and you’ll receive a 10-cent discount per gallon, up to 35 gallons.

The Shell Fuel Rewards Mastercard can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted, including Shell stations. Plus, Shell Mastercard offers users the ability to earn rebates, 10% on your first $1,200 of Shell non-fuel purchases per year, 2% on your first $10,000 dining and grocery purchases per year and 1% on other qualifying purchases.

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Here’s what you need to know about making your Shell credit card payment, so you can avoid expensive late fees.

How Do I Make a Shell Credit Card Payment?

Each month, you’ll receive your Shell credit card bill. You can choose to pay either a portion of or your entire balance, but you must always pay the minimum amount due to avoid fees. Shell offers three options for completing a payment:

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How To Make a Shell Credit Card Payment Online

You’ll need to register your account first if making a Shell online payment is your preferred solution. Here’s how to register and complete a payment online:

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1. Navigate to the Shell credit card payment sign-in page.

2. Click “Register Your Card” if needed, so you can create a username and password to log in.

3. Return to the sign-in page, and enter the username and password combination you selected when you registered your account.

4. You will need your bank account information and bank routing number to complete your payment.

5. Click “Sign on” after you’ve gathered your account information.

6. Follow the online prompts to complete your payment.

How To Make a Shell Credit Card Payment by Mail

You might prefer to make your Shell card or Shell Mastercard payment by mail. Here’s how:

1. Fill out a check or money order for the amount you wish to pay.

2. Include your account number on the check.

3. Address an envelope to:

Shell Card Payments
P.O. Box 9001011
Louisville, KY 40290-1011

For expedited payments, mail to:

Shell Card Overnight Delivery/Express Payments
Attn: Consumer Payment Dept.
6716 Grade Lane
Building 9, Suite 910
Louisville, KY 40213

4. Attach postage and mail the payment.

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How To Make a Shell Credit Card Payment by Phone

Making a payment by phone might be the most convenient if you need to make your payment quickly or you don’t have internet access. Follow these steps:

  1. Gather your bank account information and bank routing number before calling.
  2. Dial 800-331-3703 for the Shell card or 866-743-5562 for the Shell Mastercard to reach the automated payment system.
  3. Follow the prompts to complete your payment.

Interest and Late Fees for Shell Credit Cards

Shell gives its customers a grace period of at least 25 days on purchases. As long as you pay the full amount due or the new balance by the due date on your current month’s bill, you won’t be charged interest.

To avoid late fees, you must pay at least the minimum amount due by the due date on your billing statement.

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Information is accurate as of Dec. 12, 2022.

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Cynthia Measom is a personal finance writer and editor with over 15 years of collective experience. Her articles have been featured in MSN, AOL, Yahoo Finance, INSIDER, Houston Chronicle and The Seattle Times. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
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