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Update 5/12: I received a pamphlet in the mail today for existing card members:
  • Continue to use your existing card until your new card arrives in the mail between mid-June and mid-July.
  • Your Reward Points and card balances from your existing card will transfer automatically to your new card at the end of July.

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-man...ature-card
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Foreign Transaction fee: 1% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in U.S. Dollars [or in a Foreign Currency].
  • Rewards can be automatically redeemed to your Fidelity account when your reward balance is at least $50.

Business Wire: http://www.businesswire.com/news/...k-Launch-2
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Under the new card program, U.S. Bank will issue the Fidelity(R) Rewards Visa Signature(R) Card and the Fidelity Investments 529 College Rewards(R) Visa Signature(R) Card, where cardmembers can earn unlimited 2% cash back with no annual fees, caps or categories when directing rewards into eligible Fidelity accounts.
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I'm an existing cardmember--do I have to apply for a new card?

No, you don't have to apply for a new card. You will automatically transition to the new Fidelity(R) Visa Signature(R) card. For now, you can continue to use your current card as you normally would.
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Last Edited by uspeed January 4, 2016 at 04:25 PM
Message from Fidelity: 1/4/16


Fidelity recently launched a new credit card program with Elan Financial Services (Elan) and Visa® as the program's exclusive network. We selected Elan for their experience in financial services, their innovation, and their commitment to customer service. With Visa, members enjoy the strength, recognition, and acceptance of the Visa brand.

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What does this mean to you? For now, nothing is changing. You may continue to use your card as usual and enjoy all the associated benefits. Just like today, you can contact FIA Card Services using the number on the back of your card for any help with or questions on transactions, statements, rewards redemption, and payments.

Information will be sent to you in mid-2016 regarding your new Fidelity® Visa Signature® card issued by Elan.

For more information, please visit our FAQs.
https://www.fidelity.com/cardmember-faqs
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1. You will earn 2 points per dollar in net purchases (purchases minus credits and returns) that you charge. Credits, returns, adjustments, and certain transactions do not earn points. The 2% rewards value applies only to points redeemed for a deposit into an eligible Fidelity account. The redemption value is different if you choose to redeem your points for other rewards such as travel options, merchandise, gift cards, and/or a statement credit. Other restrictions apply. Full details appear in the Program Rules new card customers receive with their card. Establishment or ownership of a Fidelity account or other relationship with Fidelity Investments is not required to obtain a card or to be eligible to use points to obtain any rewards offered under the program other than Fidelity Rewards.

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Bleh, no signup bonus.
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Not as good as Citi Double Cash. You can request a check for the cash back, not necessary to deposit to Citi checking account.
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This is awesome! I was contemplating the older Fidelity 2% card but was on the fence because it was AMEX which isn't as widely accepted. But now that they have a 2% Visa, I might have to jump on this. Much easier than trying to figure out which card to use at gas station, grocery store, restaurant, etc. I will still use some of those for 5% though. But, yeah, I do wish it had a signup bonus.
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Quote from dmikester10 View Post :
. But now that they have a 2% Visa, I might have to jump on this. Much easier than trying to figure out which card to use at gas station, grocery store, restaurant, etc.

A true SD'er never uses a sub-optimal credit card on a category purchase (e./g. grocery, department store, etc), even if it means holding a dozen cards! laugh out loud
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All the old Fidelity 2% Amex cards are being automatically converted to this card.
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All the old Fidelity 2% Amex cards are being automatically converted to this card.
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Too bad I don't have investments through Fidelity, but the Citi Double Cash is more flexible anyways.
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Not as good as Citi Double Cash. You can request a check for the cash back, not necessary to deposit to Citi checking account.
afaik the citi 2xcash only comes in mastercard flavor (which is mostly irrelevant anywhere besides costco and at the olympics.)
as far as cashing out (assuming that this will work the same as the amex did) you can transfer the money out of your fidelity account electronically. imo that's easier than depositing a check, but it's really a matter of personal preference i suppose.
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A true SD'er never uses a sub-optimal credit card on a category purchase (e./g. grocery, department store, etc), even if it means holding a dozen cards! laugh out loud
Amen!
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afaik the citi 2xcash only comes in mastercard flavor (which is mostly irrelevant anywhere besides costco and at the olympics.)
as far as cashing out (assuming that this will work the same as the amex did) you can transfer the money out of your fidelity account electronically. imo that's easier than depositing a check, but it's really a matter of personal preference i suppose.
Mastercard is irrelevant? I don't know of very many places that don't take Mastercard.

I mean, Amex and Discover, sure. A lot of places don't take those... but Mastercard? Really?
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All the old Fidelity 2% Amex cards are being automatically converted to this card.
Serve holders must be pissed.

I almost got this card last month, too. Glad I didn't waste my time.
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Mastercard is irrelevant? I don't know of very many places that don't take Mastercard.

I mean, Amex and Discover, sure. A lot of places don't take those... but Mastercard? Really?
Agreed. I thought a lot of payment services bundle visa/MasterCard for merchants anyway.
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