There’s only one Wells Fargo travel card, the Wells Fargo Propel American Express card. Wells Fargo Propel is ideal for travel because it offers 3 points per $1 spent on all travel purchases, such as flights, hotel bookings and car rentals. It also offers 3 points per $1 spent on dining, as well as on gas, rideshares and transit, which are other common expenses while traveling. Cardholders can enjoy 3 points per $1 spent on streaming services and 1 on all purchases that don’t fall into any of the bonus categories, too.
Propel is not just a good Wells Fargo travel card, but also a good travel card in general. It has a $0 foreign transaction fee, which means you won’t pay any extra when making purchases abroad. In addition, the card offers a bonus of 20,000 points for spending $1,000 in the first 3 months, which you could spend on a free flight or hotel stay. And since the card’s annual fee is $0, all the rewards you earn can go straight to paying for your travel expenses.
The Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa and Wells Fargo Rewards Card are both decent credit card offers that give cash back or points. However, they don’t give any bonus rewards on travel purchases and both have foreign transaction fees, so the Propel card is a much better option for travel.
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