The Wells Fargo Autograph Card is a strong contender to use as an everyday workhorse despite its limitations
wells fargo autograph card

The Wells Fargo Autograph Card is a bit of an outlier. You might glance over it, assuming its lack of major travel perks won’t provide much value. But for a card with no annual fees, it has a solid intro bonus and excellent reward categories, building an argument for the Autograph being your everyday go-to.

You’ll grab 30,000 points if you spend $1500 within the first 90 days of opening the card. With those worth a flat rate of 1 cent each, you’ll have $300 to redeem in credit statements, travel, and gift cards– again, making those Thanksgiving and Christmas flights cheaper. Holders also enjoy 3 points per dollar on restaurants, travel, streaming, gas stations, and even some phone plans, making it a serious workhorse for the casual points user.

Pros:

  • 30,000 point bonus after $1500 spent in 3 months

  • No annual fee

  • Unlimited 3 points per dollar on travel, streaming, and phone plans

  • No foreign transaction fees

  • Cell phone protection

Cons:

  • No premium travel perks

  • Points aren’t transferable

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