Pay for gas with Google Pay (US only)

Where you can pay for gas

You can pay for gas at participating stations in the US, which include:

  • 76
  • Conoco
  • Exxon
  • Mobil
  • Phillips 66
  • Shell

Find a participating gas station

  1. Open the Google Pay app .
  2. Scroll down and tap Get Gas.
  3. Next to the gas station you want to go to, tap Directions .
  4. At the gas station, learn how to pay for gas.
How to pay for gas
Important: For this service to work, Google Pay must know the location of your device.
  1. At a participating gas station, open the Google Pay app
  2. Swipe up on the screen.
  3. Tap Get gas.
    • You might be asked to allow the app to access your device’s location.
  4. To select your pump, scroll left or right.
    • To enter your pump number, tap Keyboard Keyboard.
  5. Tap Continue.
  6. To select your payment method and activate the pump, follow the instructions.

Find your receipt

For in-app purchases

  1. Open the Google Pay app .
  2. Under “Businesses,” tap the company you purchased gas from.
    • You can also tap Search Search and enter the name of the business.
  3. Under “Activity,” tap a transaction to see your purchase details.

For pay.google.com/gas purchases

If you purchased gas through pay.google.com/gas, your receipt is sent to the email you use with Google Pay.

Delete transaction or purchase info in the Google Pay app

To delete your Google Pay app transaction or purchase info:

  • From the Google Pay app, find the merchant of your transaction or purchase:
    1. Touch and hold the transaction or purchase you’d like to delete.
    2. Tap Delete.
  • If you’d like to delete both your transaction and your purchase info:
    1. Go to the My Activity section of your Google Account.
    2. Find the transaction or purchase you’d like to delete.
    3. Select Delete Delete.

Fix problems with paying for gas

Fix location errors

Fix location errors when using the Google Pay app

If you get a “Turn on device location” error, follow the steps below to allow Google Pay access to your location.
Important: For this service to work, Google Pay must know the location of your device.
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Settings app Settings.
  2. Tap Location.
    • Make sure you turn on Use location.
  3. Under “Recent Location Requests,” tap Google Pay.
    • You can also tap App permission and then Google Pay.
  4. Tap Allow.
  5. Then open the Google Pay app and if needed learn how to pay for gas.
Tip: If Google Pay asks for access to the location of your device, tap Allow.

Fix location errors when using pay.google.com/gas

If you get the message “Google Pay could not determine your precise location,” you need to update your location settings.

Step 1: Turn on your location

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Settings app .
  2. Tap Location.
  3. Turn on Use location.
  4. Reopen the web browser that you used to try to pay and reload the page.
    • If you don’t get an error on the message about the location of your device, tap Allow.
    • If you still get an error after you reload, go on to Step 2.

Step 2: Allow Google Pay to access your browser location

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app Chrome.
  2. At the top right, tap More Organize and then Settings.
  3. Under "Advanced," tap Site settings.
  4. Tap Location.
    • If Location is “blocked,” turn on Location.
    • If a Google website is “blocked,” tap the website and then Location access and then Allow for current search engine.
  5. Reopen the web browser that you used to pay and reload the page.
  6. On the message about your device’s location, tap Allow.

Pump timeout and daily activation limits

  • When you activate a pump, start pumping gas within 30 seconds or the pump will turn off. If the activation times out, you have to start again.
  • You are limited to 2 gas pump activations within 24 hours, even if the attempts are unsuccessful.
    • A pump activation that times out after 30 seconds counts as one of your daily activations.
    • The activation limit is based on total attempts, even if the attempts are at different gas pumps.

Request a refund

To dispute a charge or request a refund, contact your bank or card-issuer.

Contact the gas merchant

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