Posted by William Charles on June 7, 2019
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Published on June 7th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Fidelity 2% Card Targeted Spend Bonuses – up to $20 Bonus

The Offer

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The Fidelity 2% Visa card from Elan is sending out a targeted ongoing spend offer. Offers are

  • Spend $xx amount [insert amount like $350, $2,900, $4,400, $6,200, whatever] and all spend beyond that will get an extra 1 point per $1 spent

The Fine Print

  • Promotion period is from March 1st through April 30th, 2019
  • Must enroll in this promotion by March 31st, 2019

Our Verdict

These deals come around frequently, last time it was offered it was only a 20% earning bonus (e.g an extra 0.4 points per dollar spent) rather than the full extra point per dollar spent.

Hat tip to reader Kevin OC



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Bohn
Bohn

I got the offer but when I tried to sign up for it, I was told I missed the signup period. Not a great user experience…..

Matt R
Matt R

I tried calling into the toll free number I received on the mailer and enrolled that way; it worked. I also had the issue when enrolling online.

mh
mh

Were you within the stated time frame or not? If not you don’t have a gripe.

Charles Mann
Charles Mann

Is this offer current? It says enroll by March 31, 2019.

Alex
Alex

My offer email came on May 31st and has this at the bottom: “Be sure to enroll in the offer by June 30, 2019.”

You can technically get more back with the Chase Freedom Unlimited 3% on up to 20k spend in the first year (and IIRC those are given in the form of UR points which can cash out for even more), however if you’re 5/24, have one already, or avoiding Chase aggro these offers can be pretty nice. I’ve found the Fidelity offers are usually better if you’re paying more on the card, so I pay 1040-ES estimated taxes online at a 1.87% fee and get a tiny fraction back + whatever offer comes for the quarter.

Shaun
Shaun

Got one of these in the mail today but it was the crappy 20% points bonus. And it didn’t activate until after $600 spend.

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