Get Free Cell Phone Protection From Eligible Wells Fargo Cards

While many travel rewards cards offer barely distinguishable benefits, some stand out for offering unique perks. TPG Senior Points & Miles Contributor Richard Kerr takes a look at one such benefit: cell phone protection through select Wells Fargo cards. Lately, Wells Fargo has been making a bit of noise in the rewards-earning space with new…

Is the Wells Fargo Propel American Express Credit Card the Best Option for Gas Purchases?

There are plenty of solid travel rewards card options when it comes to getting a solid return on your gas purchases. However, the recently introduced Wells Fargo Propel American Express Card might just shake up the competition. TPG Senior Points & Miles Contributor Richard Kerr compares all the top options below. Update: As a TPG…

How to Earn 1.8% Cash Back on Every Purchase with the Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa Credit Card

The Wells Fargo Cash Wise Card is one of the latest cash-back options to arrive on the market, and it offers users the opportunity to earn 1.8% on select purchases for the first 12 months. Below, TPG Senior Points & Miles Contributor Richard Kerr explains how to maximize this offer, and takes a look at…

Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa Credit Card Review

Earlier this summer, Wells Fargo expanded its lineup of cash-back credit cards with the Wells Fargo Cash Wise Card. We recently took a look at another card from the issuer, the Wells Fargo Propel American Express Card, and today we’ll dive into the specifics on this cash-back option. Here’s a rundown of the card’s main…

Wells Fargo Propel American Express Card Review

Wells Fargo isn’t a name that pops up too often on TPG. However, the bank does issue some worthwhile rewards-earning cards, like the Wells Fargo Propel American Express Card introduced earlier this year. Here’s a breakdown of this card’s main benefits and features: Earn 3x points on purchases at US gas stations. Earn 2x points…

Major Banks to Introduce Cardless ATM Withdrawls

Tired of carrying a thick stack of credit cards around? Soon enough, you might be able to ditch your debit card completely — at least if you’re banking with Chase, Bank of America or Wells Fargo. In the coming months, the three major banks are planning to release ATMs in select cities that will allow customers to withdraw…

The 5 Best No-Fee Credit Cards for 2016

Not everyone is willing to pay an annual fee for a credit card, and the good news is that you don’t have to! As TPG Contributor Richard Kerr explains, there are plenty of no-fee options that still earn you valuable rewards and cash back. Annual credit card fees can quickly become an achilles heel for…

A Rundown of US Credit Cards With EMV Chip Technology

With the unveiling yesterday of the rebranded Barclaycard Arrival – which is now called the Arrival Plus and comes with a Smart Chip (with PIN capability, no less) embedded, as well as recent announcements about the Delta Amex cards getting them May 1 and the introduction of the Amex EveryDay cards with Smart Chip technology,…

Wells Fargo Enters Travel Credit Card Space With New Propel Cards With American Express

Wells Fargo is one of the “big four” banks in the US, alongside JP Morgan, Citi and Bank of America. All three of its other competitors have hefty travel credit card products, but Wells Fargo has lagged behind in that department, until recently when they launched two new credit card products aimed at getting a…

American Express and Wells Fargo Teaming Up To Launch New Credit Cards

When it comes to rewards credit cards, I believe that the more competition- the better. With more players in the marketplace competing for the same crowd of creditworthy consumers, we’ve seen sign-up bonuses and promotions increase drastically over the last 5 years. There could be another player in the mix soon: Wells Fargo. This week…