FIDELITY REWARDS CREDIT CARDS

Fidelity offers some very interesting rewards credit cards.  I haven’t really seen anyone writing about these cards (probably because no one has an affiliate relationship).  I think these would be really good cards to look into for your everyday purchases and bill pay.  You can earn 2% cash back and have it deposited directly into your IRA (tax free earnings), your kids college 529 accounts, or just receive the cash.  Some really good options.  I am considering using one of these cards to grow my children’s college 529 accounts.  They also offer a Fidelity Rewards Visa.  With the visa you can earn 1.5 points per $1 spent on purchases, up to $15,000. After that, you earn 2 points for every $1 you spend in that year.  Once you reach 5,000 points, they can be automatically converted into deposits in any eligible designated Fidelity account1 (5,000 points = $50 deposit).  You can also redeem points for travel on major U.S. airlines with no blackout dates, for brand-name merchandise, gift certificates, experience rewards, and more.  

NOTE: These are direct lender links and not my affiliate links.  I do not earn a referral but that’s okay!  I’m always about bringing you all the info regardless!  I want to to earn, earn, earn!!!  Love to have you feedback on these cards.  Does anyone currently have them?


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Fidelity Rewards American Express® Cards

Choose a Card that showcases your savings goal while helping you achieve it. More than one goal? All of our Cards give you the flexibility to split rewards among multiple accounts or to redirect your rewards to any eligible1 Fidelity account at any time.

Fidelity® Investment Rewards®American Express® Card

Link it to a Fidelity® Cash Management Account or brokerage account, and deposit the 2% you earn on purchases directly into your eligible1 Fidelity account. Earn rewards by using your Card for regular purchases, like gas and groceries.
Apply Now for the Fidelity� Investment Rewards American Express Card

Call 866-598-4971 (Reference priority code VAA457)

Fidelity Investments 529 College Rewards® American Express® Card

Your money will have the potential to grow tax-deferred toward your college savings goal when you invest the 2% you earn on purchases in one or more Fidelity-Managed 529 accounts. Family members can link Cards to your Fidelity-Managed 529 account—great for grandparents.
Apply Now for the Fidelity Investment 529 College Rewards American Express Card

Call 866-598-4971 (Reference priority code VAA3WT)

Fidelity® Retirement Rewards American Express® Card

Contribute the 2% you earn on purchases into your Fidelity IRA as a curre
nt-year contribution. Your money will have the potential to grow tax-deferred toward your retirement savings goal.
Apply Now for the Fidelity Retirement Rewards American Express Card

Call 866-598-4971 (Reference priority code VAA43W)

Fidelity® Investment Rewards® Visa Signature® Card

Cash-back rewards can be deposited into any eligible Fidelity account.1 Rewards can also be used for travel on major U.S. airlines (with no blackout dates) or for purchases from a selection of available merchandise.
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Earn Rewards
  • Earn 1.5 points for each $1 spent on the first $15,000 in purchases per year, and 2 points per $1 in purchases thereafter.
  • No limits on rewards
Card Benefits2
  • No Annual Fee3
  • Travel and emergency assistance services
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3 thoughts on “FIDELITY REWARDS CREDIT CARDS”

  1. I have a 529 American express card.Although I mostly use it for 529 contributions, there is a way to redeem points for cash gift cards or merchandize though Worldpoints program. Gift card option has a sliding scale of redemption so to get 2% back you would have to save 25000 points . They have just changed the cash redemption option so I cannot comment on exact details but it looks like sligtly less than 2% now. Definitely research Fidelity 529 program before signing up, because your state's 529 plan may be better or provide a tax break. However for my family it adds up to a pretty big chunk of "free money" every year. Not the most glamorous reward but simple and oh so useful.

  2. "I haven't really seen anyone writing about these cards (probably because no one has an affiliate relationship)"I have listed these cards on my website, FreeFrequentFlyerMiles.com, for over a year. I earn nothing from the listing. The 2% card is the one I use most often in the U.S.

  3. Awesome Gary! I read your blog all the time and I appreciate that about your site. You are always looking out for the deals and just posting them. I guess I just didn't see this on your site. You have so much, it's a great resources. I refer people all the time.

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