The only thing you can expect is a store with an old terminal, but then you have to give your copy of the card to someone. As for the chip, if you don't have the means of an intelligence agency or something, you won't be able to repair it. Call your credit card company and request a new card to replace the damaged card. Be sure to mention that you still have your original card in your possession, as this information determines the replacement process.
Your new card will not change its conditions or affect your account, but it will invalidate the old and damaged card. Ask for a deadline for the arrival of your new card so that you can monitor the delivery of the mail accordingly. Scratches, stains, and heavy cuts can make your credit card unusable on swipe-based credit card machines.