Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card®

Pay down your mortgage principal with rebates from the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card

Earn a 5% rebate on gas, grocery, and drugstore net purchases for the first 6 months. Plus, you’ll always earn 1% for every $1 spent on all other net purchases.

Turn everyday net purchases into rebates that can help reduce your qualifying mortgage principal with the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card® — exclusively for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage® customers.

Earn additional rebates by visiting the Earn More Mall® site and shop more than 3,000 online and in-store retail merchants.

Rebates are applied automatically in $25 increments toward the principal balance of your eligible Wells Fargo mortgage loan when you make purchases with the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card. If you prefer, you can get rebates as a statement credit or check. You can even elect to redeem your rebates for travel, and more; sign on to mywellsfargorewards.com to see all the options.


Annual fee

$0

Annual Percentage Rate (APR) on purchases

0% introductory APR for 12 months on purchases, then 12.15% – 25.99% variable APR. The APR will vary with the market based on the U.S. Prime Rate. (These APRs do not apply to cash advances.) See the full terms and conditions.

Annual Percentage Rate (APR) on balance transfers

0% introductory APR for 12 months on balance transfers, then 12.15% – 25.99% variable APR. The APR will vary with the market based on the U.S. Prime Rate. Balance transfer fees apply. When you apply for this card, simply fill in the balance transfer information on the application. See the full terms and conditions.

Read the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card Agreement (PDF*).

All Wells Fargo credit cards are subject to credit qualification. Wells Fargo reserves the right to change terms, rates, and fees at its discretion in accordance with the card agreement and applicable law. Generally, we will apply your minimum payment first to lower APR balances (such as purchases) before balances with higher APRs (such as cash advances). Payments made in excess of the minimum payment will generally be applied to balances with higher APRs first before balances with lower ones.

We make it easy to earn automatic rebates

  • Earn a 5% rebate on gas, groceries, and drugstore net purchases for 6 months and a 1% rebate on all other net purchases.
  • Track your rebates on your monthly statement.
  • Your Wells Fargo home mortgage loan principal is automatically credited every time you earn a $25 rebate or if you prefer, you can get rebates as a statement credit or check. You can even elect to redeem your rebates for travel, and more; sign on to mywellsfargorewards.com to see all the options.
  • There is no limit on the rebates you can earn.

Calculate Your Rebates

Zero Liability program

All Wells Fargo Credit Cards automatically protect you from liability for unauthorized transactions when you report them promptly.

Overdraft Protection

You may link your credit card to your checking account to help avoid overdrafts.

Cellular Telephone Protection

Help protect your cellular telephone from damage or theft when you pay your monthly cellular telephone bill with your Wells Fargo Credit Card.

Rapid Alerts

For Visa® customers. Get fast text and email alerts for monitoring spending, tracking purchases, and receiving notifications of irregular or suspicious activity.

Wells Fargo Credit Defense Platinum service

Don’t let unexpected events impact your ability to make your monthly credit card payment.

Visa® payWave

Make purchases faster than ever. No need to swipe your card — simply hold it in front of the reader at checkout.

Verified by Visa ®

Protect your Wells Fargo Visa card with a unique password for online shopping.

Visa benefits:

  • Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver
  • Emergency Card Replacement 
  • Warranty Manager with Extended Protection
  • Roadside Dispatch
  • Travel Accident Insurance
  • Travel and Emergency Assistance Services

Download the Visa Guide to Benefits (PDF*) to learn more about restrictions and limitations.

Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card questions

What can I do if my home loan is not eligible for the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card?

If you start the application process for the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card and learn that your mortgage is not eligible, we encourage you to learn more about our other credit cards with valuable rewards — such as the Wells Fargo Cash BackSM Card.

Only Wells Fargo home mortgage products are eligible to be tied to the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card. The following Wells Fargo home mortgage loans are not eligible for the Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card: commercial first mortgages, farm loans, FHA second mortgages, VA second mortgages, piggy back mortgages, CNVN insured and uninsured second mortgages, HUD second mortgages, reverse mortgages, and loans that are in process or not yet fully funded.

How do I find my rebate balance for my Wells Fargo Home Rebate Card?

There are many ways to find your current rebate balance:

  • Sign on to Wells Fargo Online® or Wells Fargo Mobile Banking. Select your credit card account to review your rebate summary, or sign on to mywellsfargorewards.com.
  • Check your most recent statement. You will find your rebate balance in the Program Summary section of your statement.
  • View your rebate balance at any Wells Fargo ATM.
  • Call customer service at 1-800-642-4720 any time.

What should I expect after I apply online?

Upon submitting the online application, you will receive the status of your application on the confirmation page and we will send you a confirmation email.

If we are able to provide you an approval, the confirmation page and email will also display your credit limit.

If we need more time to review your application, you will receive an application ID and a phone number that you can call to check your application status.

How do I use my credit card for Overdraft Protection?

You must have a Wells Fargo checking account and a Wells Fargo Credit Card to use this optional service.

If you don't have a Wells Fargo Credit Card:

If you already have a Wells Fargo Credit Card, but you do not have a Wells Fargo checking account:

  • Apply for a checking account and select the Overdraft Protection box on the application. Subject to credit qualification.
  • If you already have a Wells Fargo checking account, call 1-800-642-4720 to enroll.
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Purchases

Credit card charges you make at merchants. Purchases usually have a lower APR than cash advances.

Balance

An outstanding amount of money. A checking or savings account balance refers to the amount of money in a particular account. A credit card balance refers to the amount owed. See also Outstanding Balance.

Annual Fee

A fee charged once a year for maintaining an account and for any special services. Be sure to check the terms and conditions of the account to see if an annual fee applies.

Prime Rate

Most of Wells Fargo's credit cards use the "prime rate" as a base rate (e.g., "prime + 12%"). The prime rate used is taken from the Money Rates column of The Wall Street Journal. The prime rate is merely a base rate used to make loans to certain borrowers. It is not necessarily the lowest or best rate at which loans are made. (The precise manner in which the rate is determined is in our Customer Agreement and Disclosure Statement.)

Cash Advance

You can get a cash advance from your account in a variety of ways, including at banking locations, through the use of a PIN at an ATM and in a variety of other ways. Each cash advance that you obtain will accrue interest from the date the cash advance is made — there is no grace period for cash advances. Cash advance fees may also apply. Please refer to your account agreement for more information about cash advances.

Cardholder Agreement

The Cardholder Agreement details the terms and conditions of your credit card account and includes information such as the rate, fees, and other cost information associated with the account.

Minimum Monthly Payment

The minimum dollar amount that must be paid each month before the payment due date. The minimum payment amount may vary monthly depending on account activity; you may find your current minimum payment on your current monthly billing statement.

Credit Limit

Also known as credit line, this is the maximum amount you can carry as the balance on your credit card. If you exceed this amount, an Over-the-Credit-Limit-Fee may be imposed.