Wells Fargo Autograph Journey
Yesterday we wrote about two new credit cards that Wells Fargo would possibly bring to market soon. The information was based on trademark filings for “Autograph Beyond” and “Autograph Journey”. But now we have most of the details for the latter, which will offer up to 3X earning and a 60,000 points bonus. Let’s see the details.
Earn 60,000 Rewards Points bonus when you make at least $4,000 in net purchases that post to your account within 3 months from the date you opened your account. Your Rewards Points bonus posts to your Account within one to two billing periods after you earn it.
You can see details here. The card could possibly launch on January 1, 2024.
If you opened a Wells Fargo Credit Card account within the last six months, then you may not qualify to open an additional Wells Fargo Credit Card account. We may also limit how many open Wells Fargo Credit Card accounts you have.
Wells Fargo Autograph Journey Visa Card will have an annual fee of $95. It doesn’t look like it will be waived the first year.
- Earn 3X Points on the following categories:
- Food/Drink Establishments
- Fuel/Charging Stations
- Telecommunication Services
- Earn 1X Point on all other purchases.
- Cellular Telephone Protection
- Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver
- Lost Baggage Reimbursement
- Trip Cancellation and Interruption Protection
- $1,000,000 Worldwide Automatic Common Carrier Travel Accident Insurance.
- Visa Signature® Concierge Services.
You can see the more details here.
Wells Fargo revealed plans to overhaul its credit card portfolio in 2021. Then it launched the Autograph Card in the summer of 2022. Now at least the Wells Fargo Autograph Journey card seems like it should be added to the portfolio soon. Autograph Beyond is possibly coming after that, but we don’t have any details on that card yet.
The new card looks like an interesting product, with up to 3X earning on popular categories and a welcome bonus of 60,000 points. At least for the first year you get good value. And it can get even better once Wells Fargo introduces transfer partners.
HT: Doctor of Credit
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