Yes, Wells Fargo has a travel credit card, the Wells Fargo Visa Signature® Card. This card caters well to travel because it offers 50% more value when you redeem its points for airfare. And it earns you 5 points per $1 spent on gas, grocery, and drugstore purchases for 6 months on up to $12,500 spent, and 1 point on all other purchases. Aside from airfare, you can redeem points for other travel expenses such as hotels, car rentals, cruises and more. And since the card's annual fee is $0, its rewards can go a long way.
The Wells Fargo Visa Signature® Card's travel benefits go beyond its rewards. You also get protections such as travel accident insurance, auto rental collision coverage, trip cancellation insurance, lost luggage reimbursement and more. The Wells Fargo Visa Signature® Card does have a 3% foreign transaction fee that is in play when you're buying from international merchants. Aside from travel perks, you also get an introductory purchase APR of 0% for 15 months, coupled with an introductory balance transfer APR of 0% for 15 months (for transfers made within the first 120 days), with a 3% (min $5) fee. Once the introductory periods are over, you'll be charged a 12.49% - 25.49% (V) APR, based on creditworthiness.
Another Wells Fargo credit card with travel related perks is the co-branded Hotels.com® Rewards Visa® Credit Card which offers 2 Reward Nights for spending $1,000 in the first 3 months. The Hotels.com Credit Card also earns you 1 Stamp each time you spend $500, 1 Stamp for each night’s stay at properties booked on Hotels.com, 1 Reward Night for 10 Stamps collected. And there's a None foreign transaction fee and a $0 annual fee.
The Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa® card and the Wells Fargo Rewards® Card also come with decent credit card offers that give cash back or points. However, their travel perks are limited, so Wells Fargo Visa Signature® Card and Hotels.com Credit Card are better options. Bear in mind that they both require excellent credit, though. And applications trigger hard pulls which can temporarily hurt your credit score, so make sure you know where you stand before applying. You can check your score for free, right here on WalletHub.
If you're not set on Wells Fargo as an issuer, it's definitely worth taking a look at a selection of the best travel credit cards and picking one that best suits your travel needs.
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