Wells Fargo Announces Autograph Rewards Credit Card

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Wells Fargo has announced a new credit card. The Wells Frago Autograph Visa Signature will launch in July and offers 3X points on everyday categories and more – for no annual fee.

Wells Fargo to Launch New Rewards Credit Card

Wells Fargo has a new rewards credit card. The Wells Fargo Autograph Card is the latest no annual fee credit card in Wells Fargo’s portfolio, joining the Active Cash® and Reflect®, and Bilt Mastercard.

The Autograph Visa Signature earns 3X points per $1 spent on purchases in the following categories: dining out and restaurants, travel, local transit, select streaming services, phone plans, and gas station purchases.

Here is what Wells Fargo classifies as a streaming service:

Apple Music Apple News Apple TV
Amazon Music Unlimited Audible Disney+
ESPN+ fuboTV HBO Now
Headspace Hulu Kindle Unlimited
Netflix NHL.tv Pandora
Prime Video Sirius XM Radio Spotify Premium

The new Wells Fargo Autograph Card also features 12 months of 0% intro APR on purchases, plus a 30,000-point bonus after spending $1,500 on purchases in the first three months. The card features no annual fee and charges no foreign transaction fees.

The Wells Fargo Autograph is currently available in select markets and will be available nationwide in mid-July.

“Real, Transparent Value”

“As consumers begin to reengage across the economy, we’re thrilled to be expanding our portfolio and offering customers more great value with the launch of Autograph,” said Krista Phillips, EVP, head of Branded Cards and Marketing for Wells Fargo Credit Cards in a press release. “Now more than ever, consumers want a card that lets them go their own way, from everyday adventures to annual escapes. This card complements our other credit cards so that we can offer customers real, transparent value no matter what they’re looking for in their credit card.”

“Our customers told us they tend to focus on three core areas when it comes to their credit card preferences: cash back, value, and rewards,” said Phillips. “So we took their feedback to heart, and as evidenced by each of the new cards, we have launched – Active Cash, Reflect and Autograph – you can see that we’re focused on delivering competitive offerings across each of those categories.”

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