Wells Fargo Propel’s streaming rewards are 3 points per $1 spent on most popular streaming services, both for video and music. Some of the major services included in the bonus category are Apple Music and TV, Amazon Music, Prime Video, Netflix, ESPN+, Disney+, Kindle Unlimited, Hulu, and Spotify. There are 18 total eligible services.
There is a bit of fine print when it comes to the Wells Fargo Propel streaming bonus category. If your streaming service is billed to your card bundled with another service or membership, or if it’s provided by a third party rather than the streaming service company, the purchase may not be eligible for bonus points. It’s also good to note that Propel doesn’t just offer bonus points on streaming services. It also offers 3 points per $1 spent on gas, travel, dining, transit and rideshare services. All other purchases give you 1 point per $1 spent.
The Wells Fargo Propel foreign transaction fee is 0%. Wells Fargo Propel also comes with a $0 annual fee. With 0% foreign transaction fees and a $0 annual fee, you’ll pocket most of the rewards you earn with Wells Fargo Propel. It gives 1 - 3 points per $1, depending on the type of purchase.… read full answer
If you frequently travel abroad, though, Wells Fargo Propel may pose some limitations. American Express cards are not as widely accepted internationally as Visa or Mastercard credit cards.
Having that said, it is worth noting that Wells Fargo Propel is no longer available to new applicants. So, if you are looking to apply for a credit card now, there is a wide selection of cards with no foreign transaction fees to choose from.
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