Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa® card

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Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa® Card
$150 Cash Back
$150 after $500 spend in the first 3 months
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No Annual Fee

Alternate offer: Some people are targeted (in their online Wells Fargo account or via snail mail) for 3% cash rewards for the first year up to $30,000 spent)

FM Mini Review: Not bad for a cash bonus with a low spend threshold and/or cell phone insurance, but this card is not very rewarding for ongoing spend.


Card Type: Visa

Base

Earning rate: 1.5% cash back everywhere in the form of Go Far Rewards ⚬ 1.8% back on Google Pay or Apple Pay purchases for the first 12 months

Application Tips

Wells Fargo Application Tips


  • Bank first: Wells Fargo usually requires having a bank account open before you can apply for a credit card.

  • 16 month rule: Limit of one signup bonus per 16 months

  • Get Same Card Again: No known rules against getting same card & bonus again.

  • Hard inquiries are combined into 1 when approved same day.


Check application status here.
If denied, call reconsideration here: 1-866-412-5956

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Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa® Card
$150 Cash Back
$150 after $500 spend in the first 3 months

No Annual Fee

Alternate offer: Some people are targeted (in their online Wells Fargo account or via snail mail) for 3% cash rewards for the first year up to $30,000 spent)

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