“Alexa, pay for gas.”
A new, voice-activated way to pay at the pump is here.
You can ask Alexa lots of things. So why shouldn’t you be able to ask Alexa to pay for gas? Thanks to an innovative collaboration between ExxonMobil and Amazon, you can now use your car’s Alexa-enabled device to pay for gas at participating Exxon™ and Mobil™ stations nationwide. Simply say, pay and be on your way.
Try “Alexa, pay for gas” today
FAQs about using Alexa to pay for gas
What things can I ask Alexa at Exxon and Mobil stations?
You can say, “Alexa, pay for gas” using your car’s Alexa-enabled device or the Alexa app at over 12,000 Exxon and Mobil stations in the U.S.
Where can I use Alexa to pay for gas?
“Alexa, pay for gas” is currently available at Exxon and Mobil stations in the U.S. Find a participating station near you.
How do I use Alexa to pay for gas?
You can use Alexa to pay at the pump with your car’s Alexa-enabled auto device. Those include Echo Auto, Echo Buds and Alexa-integrated, auto entertainment systems. You can also use the Alexa app on your smartphone and Alexa-enabled earbuds, headphones and watches.
Can I earn Exxon Mobil Rewards+™ points when I use “Alexa, pay for gas”?
Not at this time, but we’ll continue to listen to your feedback to improve the “Alexa, pay for gas” experience.
Is it safe to use Alexa to pay for gas?
Yes. Transactions are processed using Amazon Pay, which uses the same payment information stored in your Amazon account.
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