Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX Card Now Only Available In-Branch & More Potential Changes!

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Via Doctor of Credit, if you want the Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX card, you can only apply in-branch.  And soon, it might be available by invitation only!

Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX Card Now Only Available In Branch More Potential Changes

The Sign-Up Bonus on the AMEX Wells Fargo Propel Card Is Worth ~$400 to Use on Travel Anywhere in the World! But Now, You Must Apply for the Card In-Branch.

Here’s what these changes mean for you.  And whether you might consider this card.

Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX Card Available In-Branch Only

The Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX card is no longer listed on the Wells Fargo website.  And Doctor of Credit has confirmed that it’s now available in-branch only.

Because Wells Fargo has removed it from the website, it’s possible that they plan to make it available by invite only.

But we’ll have to wait and see.  And I’ll keep you updated once we know more!

The Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX Card

With the Wells Fargo Propel World AMEX card you’ll earn 40,000 points (worth ~$400) after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months of account opening.

You’ll also get:

  • 3 points per $1 you spend on purchases directly from airlines (online travel agencies don’t count)
  • 2 points per $1 you spend on purchases directly from hotels (online travel agencies don’t count)
  • 1 point per $1 you spend on everything else
  • $100 statement credit for airline incidentals (like baggage fees, lounges, on-board food & drink)
  • No foreign currency fees
  • Chip technology (very useful for overseas travel)
  • Travel perks including a luxury hotel program, concierge, and vacation, cruise, and car rental discounts
  • Annual fee of $175, waived for the first year
  • Terms and conditions apply

You can read my full review of the card here.

It could be a good card for folks depending on your travel goals.  But if you’re considering any Chase cards, apply for those first because of Chase’s stricter approval rules.

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