Published on March 2nd, 2017 | by William Charles162
What Counts For The Wells Fargo Propel World $100 Airline Credit?
The Wells Fargo Propel World card is ranked as one of our top credit card bonuses currently (mostly due to the fact that it probably won’t be available for ever. It’s only available in branch or by phone currently). It comes with a 40,000 point bonus (worth $400 in statement credit) but you also get $100 in airline incidentals each year. I thought it would be useful to have a post on what does and doesn’t trigger these credits.
Note: Unlike other cards this is based on a card member year rather than a calendar year. So you can only get this credit once without paying an annual fee. You can read the official terms in full for this benefit here.
What Does Count?
I’ve only listed datapoints from 2017 onwards in this section.
- Alaska Airlines:
- eGiftcard: 1
- American Airlines:
What Doesn’t Count?
The following won’t trigger this reimbursement (I’ve included data pre-2017 here as I thought it would be unlikely they’d change what doesn’t count in a positive direction).
As always, please share your own data points in the comments below to make this page most useful for everybody. You might also be interested in similar posts for other cards:
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