No, Wells Fargo doesn’t have a travel credit card at the moment. Right now, the few Wells Fargo credit cards that are more focused on travel are co-branded. The best among them is the Bilt Credit Card. This card gives you 2 rewards points per $1 spent on qualifying net travel purchases.
Alternatives to Wells Fargo Travel Credit Cards
A good card to use for your travel expenses is the Wells Fargo Active Cash® Card. Although this isn’t a travel card, it gives 2% cash rewards. The card also has a $0 annual fee. But while this card is considered one of the best cash back credit cards on the market, it has a 3% foreign transaction fee.
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.
No, you don’t need to tell Wells Fargo about travel plans, but it’s definitely a good idea and what Wells Fargo recommends. Credit card companies may decline charges that come from another state or country, assuming the charges are fraudulent. But by notifying Wells Fargo of where you’ll be traveling and on what dates, you’ll prevent your card from being declined during your trip.… read full answer
To submit a Wells Fargo travel notice, you can either call the number on the back of your card to speak to a representative, or create a Travel Plan on Wells Fargo’s website. From there, simply enter the locations and dates of your trip(s). If you’re traveling to more than one destination, be sure to note all locations and dates. It’s also a good idea to let Wells Fargo know which credit cards you’ll be taking with you on the trip, if you have more than one you’ll be bringing. You can set as many Wells Fargo travel notifications as you want.
The best travel credit card with no annual fee is the Bank of America® Travel Rewards credit card because it offers an initial bonus of 25,000 points for spending $1,000 in the first 90 days. It also rewards cardholders with unlimited 1.5 points / $1 spent on all purchases. Plus, the Bank of America Travel Rewards credit card has a 0% foreign transaction fee in addition to its $0 annual fee.… read full answer
If you aren’t planning to go anywhere too adventurous, consider the Discover it® Miles. Discover is not accepted in as many international locations as Visa or Mastercard, but its U.S. acceptance is pretty good. Discover it Miles also has good rewards. It offers 1.5 miles per $1 on all purchases, doubled the first year.
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