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A fuel card with a strong introductory offer and ongoing savings per litre when you top up at participating United locations.

The United Card gives you a way to save on fuel costs for your business, offering an introductory saving of 8 cents per litre for the first 2 months when you fill up at participating United Petroleum sites across Australia. After that, you'll save 6 cents per litre, which is competitive with other fuel cards. Plus, you'll get access to simple online reporting tools and the ability to customise cards with product restriction and odometer reading recording.

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Product details

Product Name UnitedCard
Annual fee $59.40 p.a.
Account Type Charge
Number of Locations 450
Days to pay Up to 45 days


Minimum Age 18
Available To Temporary Residents No


Monthly Fee $4.95
Annual fee $59.40 p.a.
Late Payment Fee $20
Visa / Mastercard Processing Fee 1.2%
Amex Processing Fee 2.4%

Review of the United Card

This fuel card is suited to people who want to keep track of fuel spending and save on costs, with discounted fuel at United Petroleum sites around Australia and simple online reporting tools. It's available to sole traders and larger businesses, as long as your business is spending more than $500 a month on fuel.

Features and benefits of the United Card

  • Fuel savings. The United Card offers an 8c per litre discount at United Petroleum sites for the first 2 months of using your card, then an additional 6c per litre discount at all participating United Petroleum sites throughout the year.
  • Simplified administration. You can simplify your administration come tax time as the United Card offers full control over your fuel expenses, with PIN-enabled cards, product restriction capabilities, odometer reading recordings and simple online reporting tools which allow you to add and remove cards 24/7.
  • Australia-wide network. With stores in every state across the country, it’s easy to get use out of our United Card fuel card no matter where you are.
  • Simple payment terms. If you pay your bill with a credit card, you can receive up to 45 days interest-free to pay off the entire amount.

How much does the United Card cost?

The United Card has no joining fees, exit fees or contractual obligations. But you’ll have to pay the following fees:

  • Card cost. A $4.95 monthly fee per card.
  • Visa/Mastercard fee. A 1.2% on payments made by Visa or Mastercard.
  • Amex fee. A 2.4% fee made on payments through American Express.
  • Diners fee. A 2.4% fee on payments made through Diners Club.

How to apply for the United Card

You can apply for the United Card online and it should only take 10 minutes to complete. However, it’s important to ensure you have the following information to complete your application:

  • A director, partner or sole trader is needed to apply for the fuel cards for your business. If you are not one of these people, you cannot make the application.
  • Your ABN (Australian Business Number) or ACN (Australian Company Number)
  • Legal Entity name of your business
  • Drivers licence
  • Details of directors, partners and sole traders
  • Director to provide a signed deed of Guarantee by one or more directors
  • Your banking details for direct debit
  • Expected monthly spend on fuel
  • Total number of cards required

The United Card offers cardholders many ways to save on fuel costs and manage corporate car costs with ease. However, it is important to consider whether or not this fuel card is right for your business’ needs. Please compare your options before making a final decision.

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