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Wells Fargo Propel® Card ($0 Annual Fee)

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Wells Fargo is offering 30K bonus points when you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months with the Wells Fargo Propel American Express® Card. The annual fee is $0. Thanks iconian
  • Earn 30K bonus points when you spend $3,000 in purchases in the first 3 months – that’s a $300 cash redemption value
  • $0 Annual Fee
  • Earn 3X points for eating out and ordering in
  • Earn 3X points for gas stations, rideshares and transit
  • Earn 3X points for travel including flights, hotels, homestays and car rentals
  • Earn 1X points on other purchases
  • 0% Intro APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers (fees apply), then a 16.24%-28.24% variable APR; balance transfers made within 120 days qualify for the intro rate and fee
  • Select "Apply Now" to learn more about the product features, terms, and conditions
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Wells Fargo is offering 30K bonus points when you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months with the Wells Fargo Propel American Express® Card. The annual fee is $0.
  • Earn 30K bonus points when you spend $3,000 in purchases in the first 3 months – that’s a $300 cash redemption value
  • $0 Annual Fee
  • Earn 3X points for eating out and ordering in
  • Earn 3X points for gas stations, rideshares and transit
  • Earn 3X points for travel including flights, hotels, homestays and car rentals
  • Earn 1X points on other purchases
  • 0% Intro APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers (fees apply), then a 16.24%-28.24% variable APR; balance transfers made within 120 days qualify for the intro rate and fee
  • Select "Apply Now" to learn more about the product features, terms, and conditions
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Has cell phone protection. If you pay your recurring cell phone bill with the card you are protected up to $600 from damage or theft. Have never seen that benefit on any card before. Pretty good for $0 annual fee.
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While card seems fair enough - merchant reputation is bad. Wells Fargo paid the government 1.2 billion dollars for fraudulent lending practices and another 185 million dollars for practically the same thing. Amex is a solid company - wondering why they are partnering with a convicted company?
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The rewards points for this card does not appear to be the Amex Membership Rewards (MR) points, so I don't think this will be eligible.
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Hmm. That is quite a well rounded card with a good bonus. You'll get those arguing that there are more optimal cards (true) but for a one and done this is great.
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Has cell phone protection. If you pay your recurring cell phone bill with the card you are protected up to $600 from damage or theft. Have never seen that benefit on any card before. Pretty good for $0 annual fee.
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does it qualify for amex my rewards program?
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I agree! However, 1.5X when redeeming for travel expenses would have made it a solid deal. Heck,i would even pay $49 annual fee for that 1.5X and ability to transfer points.
If you get the Wells Fargo Visa Signature (No annual fee) ALSO, you can combine the points between the two accounts and redeem for 1.5X in travel (maybe 1.75X if you meet certain requirements).
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You dont have to open any other accts to have this card do you? Like checking or savings.

Edit: Already Answered, thanks everyone.
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While card seems fair enough - merchant reputation is bad. Wells Fargo paid the government 1.2 billion dollars for fraudulent lending practices and another 185 million dollars for practically the same thing. Amex is a solid company - wondering why they are partnering with a convicted company?
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Would this be eligible for the AMEX 20% discounts?
The rewards points for this card does not appear to be the Amex Membership Rewards (MR) points, so I don't think this will be eligible.
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The rewards points for this card does not appear to be the Amex Membership Rewards (MR) points, so I don't think this will be eligible.
Bummer, was thinking about getting an AMEX for that reason. Any recommendations?
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What are the points worth? Is it similar to the Amex Gold?
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