New Wawa Credit Card Uses Chase Blink Technology
Wawa, a chain of convenience stores in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia, will launch the Wawa Rewards Visa in mid-November, featuring Chase’s contactless credit card technology. Chase says Wawa is one of their first partners to enable the technology in all of their credit cards.
“Blink,” as Chase has dubbed the process, allows customers to pay by waving a credit card at a terminal instead of giving it to a cashier or swiping it through a credit card reader. In most cases, customers do not need to sign a receipt, either.
The Wawa Rewards Visa will offer cardmembers four percent in rebates for every dollar spent on card purchases at Wawa, and one percent in rebates anywhere else Visa credit cards are accepted.
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