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Get 2 Free Nights at a Hotel Fast With This New Credit Card

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A newly launched credit card from Hotels.com could be a great shortcut to your next weekend getaway.

While many credit cards often lock their introductory or limited-time offers behind thousands of dollars in spending, this new card dishes out the benefits relatively fast.

After just $1,000 in spending on the card in your first three months, you’ll score two free nights’ stay (worth up to $125 each) at a property booked through Hotels.com.

With over half a million properties in hundreds of countries — many of which aren’t traditional hotels — that shouldn’t be too hard.

Lasting value

The card holds up well beyond that, too — you’ll net another free night’s stay after each 10 “stamps” you earn. Every $500 in spending on the card and every night you stay at a property booked through Hotels.com is worth a stamp.

Best of all, there’s no annual fee like you might see on some other popular hotel reward cards. That means you don’t have to worry about whether this card is “worth” it.

Ready to check it out? Here are the details:

Hotels.com Rewards Visa Credit Card

Why we like it: This brand new card has an introductory offer you don’t want to miss: two reward night stays worth up to $125 each when you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first three months. It also racks up free nights at an excellent clip, especially if you’re already staying at Hotels.com-booked properties.

What to know:

Hotels.com Rewards Visa Credit Card
Wells Fargo
  • Two free nights worth $250 when you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first three months
  • One free night after 10 stamps; one stamp for each $500 in purchases or for each night stayed at any eligible property
  • Over 500,000 hotels in more than 200 countries are eligible
  • Free breakfast, airport transfer and Wi-Fi for the first year at many properties
  • Up to $600 in cellphone protection
  • Trip cancellation reimbursement on certain nonrefundable airfare
  • No annual fee

Note: This card doesn’t charge foreign currency conversion fees for purchases converted to U.S. dollars, so it’s good for travel.

Whatever you need in a credit card — whether it’s travel rewards, cash back or a low interest rate — you can find it with our credit card search tool. Click here to search for the plastic that best fits your needs.

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