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Foreign Transaction Fee None
Balance Transfer Fee 3% intro for 12 months, then 5%
Cash Advance Fee 5%
Penalty APR None
Annual Fee $0 for the first year, then $45
$0 Fraud Liability No
Auto Rental Insurance No
Extended Warranty Program No
Roadside Assistance No
Purchase Protection No
Travel Assistance No
Flight Accident Insurance No
Lost Luggage Reimbursement No
Concierge Service No
The Wells Fargo Propel 365 American Express Card is a great choice if you're look for a travel rewards credit card that earns points on every purchase. For starters, you get 20,000 bonus points when you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months. Cardholders earn a generous 3x points at U.S. gas stations, 2x points at U.S. restaurants and 1x points on all other net purchases.
You can make your rewards go even further with an annual relationship bonus of 10%, 25%, or 50% if you maintain a qualifying Wells Fargo consumer checking or savings account. In addition to the fantastic sign up bonus and rewards rates, you'll receive 0% intro APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers. After that, there is a variable APR of 14.24%-22.24%.
As long as your account is open, points never expire and they can be redeemed for travel, gift cards, cash redemptions and more. There are no foreign transaction fees, and the annual fee is $45, but there is no annual fee the first year.
This is a solid rewards card with a big sign up bonus, great on going rewards, and a nice intro APR. It could help you save a lot of money, especially if you're a frequent traveler.
Earning 3x on gas and 2x on restaurants can really help you rack up the points. Plus, the relationship bonus is a great extra perk if you bank with Wells Fargo.
There's a $45 annual fee, but it's waived the first year.
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