Pay for gas online

You can buy gas at participating gas stations with Google Pay.

Important: For this service to work, Google Pay needs to know your device’s location.

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

Pay for gas with Google Pay

Tip: If you don’t have a saved payment method in Google Pay, you’ll need to add a payment method. Learn how to add a payment method.

  1. On your phone, sign in to
    • At some locations, you can also scan a QR code to get started.
  2. Tap Pay for gas.
  3. To allow Google Pay to use your current location, tap OK
    • To pay for gas, Google must confirm your location.
  4. On your phone, select the pump number you’d like to use and tap Continue.
    • If you aren’t logged in to your Google Account, you’ll be prompted to.
  5. To accept the Terms of Service, tap Continue to payment.
  6. Select your payment method and tap Continue.
  7. Follow all posted safety instructions and pump your gas.

Find your receipt

Your receipt is sent to the primary email address of the Google Account you’re signed in to.

Fix problems

If you can’t pay for gas or experience issues with payment, verify your location is turned on and try a different pump.

Fix location errors

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

Step 1: Turn your location on

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

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 Location on.
    • 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 you used to pay and reload the page.
  6. On the message about your device’s location, tap Allow.

Change your pump

If you select the wrong pump or the pump doesn’t work, wait 30 seconds for your request to be cancelled. You can start again and select a new pump.

Contact the gas merchant

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