New Wells Fargo Choice Cards Are Now Live with Bonuses Up to 90K

Wells Fargo Choice Privileges Cards

Wells Fargo Choice Privileges Cards, Earn Up 90K Bonus

Choice Hotels revealed in February a multi-year agreement with Wells Fargo and Mastercard to launch a new cobranded credit card program. The new collaboration makes Wells Fargo the official issuer and Mastercard the exclusive payments network of credit cards for the Choice Privileges loyalty program.

Now the two new credit cards are live. The no-fee Choice Privileges Mastercard has a 60,000 points bonus and the Choice Privileges Select Mastercard has an offer for 90,000 bonus points and fee is waived the first year. Check out the details below.

Choice Privileges Select Mastercard

  • For a limited time earn 90,000 bonus points after spending $3,000 in purchases in the first 3 months. Enough to redeem for up to 11 Reward nights at select Choice Hotels® properties.
  • $95 annual fee, first year waived
  • Find Offer Here

Card Details

  • Earn:
    • Up to 22x at at participating Choice Hotels
    • 5x at gas stations, grocery stores, home improvement stores and phone plans from landline and cell phone providers.
    • 1x on all other purchases.
  • Earn 30,000 bonus points every account anniversary Enough to redeem up to 3 reward nights at Choice Hotels properties.
  • Enroll in Global Entry TSA PreCheck® and receive an automatic statement credit up to $100 every four years.
  • Automatic Platinum Elite Status
  • No foreign transaction fees.
  • Cell Phone Protection: Get up to $800 of cell phone protection against damage or theft when you pay your monthly cell phone bill with your card.
  • World Elite Mastercard Benefits.

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Choice Privileges Mastercard

  • For a limited time earn 60,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 in purchases in the first 3 months. Enough to redeem for up to 7 Reward nights at select Choice Hotels® properties.
  • No Annual Fee
  • Find Offer Here

Card Details

  • Earn:
    • Up to 16x at at participating Choice Hotels
    • 3x at gas stations, grocery stores, home improvement stores and phone plans from landline and cell phone providers.
    • 1x on all other purchases.
  • Automatic Gold Elite Status.
  • No foreign transaction fees.
  • Cell Phone Protection: Get up to $800 of cell phone protection against damage or theft when you pay your monthly cell phone bill with your card.
  • World Elite Mastercard Benefits.

About Choice Privileges

Choice Privileges is the rewards program for Choice Hotels. Here are some important things that you need to know about this program, if you are not familiar with it:
  • The program has four status tiers. You become a Member once you sign-up for a free membership. And then, there are three Choice Privileges elite status tiers: Gold, Platinum and Diamond. 
  • You can earn points through hotel stays, credit card spending, purchases with partners, or you can transfer from other programs such as American Express Membership Rewards (1:1), Capital One Miles (1:1), or Citi ThankYou Rewards (1:2). You also get 500 points for referring friends.
  • The best use of Choice points is obviously for hotel stays. There's no set value and no award chart, but you can generally get a value of about 0.7 cents per points and possibly as high as 1 cent. Normally a Choice Privileges reward night will cost between 6,000 - 35,000 points. You need to check each property to see rates.
  • Choice Privileges gives you a short window for booking reward nights. You can only book a stay on points 100 days before your planned arrival.

2 thoughts on “New Wells Fargo Choice Cards Are Now Live with Bonuses Up to 90K

  1. Can’t find the value for cashing points in. Is 10,000 points = $100 in hotel credit? Where is the information disclosed?

    • There’s no exact value foe the points, but 10,000 points would probably be worth less than $100 in general. The value varies based on your redemption. Free nights cost between 6,000 to 35,000 points.

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