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U.S. Bank Business Cash Rewards World Elite™ MasterCard®

Earn a new cardmember bonus of $500 after you spend $4,500 in eligible net purchases on your card within the first 150 days of account opening. 3% cash back on eligible gas station, office supply store and cell phone/service provider net purchases. 1% cash back on other eligible net purchases. No limit on total rewards and they never expire! Plus, a 25% Annual Cash Rewards bonus, up to $250. No annual fee*. Net purchases are purchases minus credits and returns.

Nav's Verdict

Cost
10% Complete
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Effort to Apply
20% Complete
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Card Perks
70% Complete
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Features
30% Complete
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8/10

Bottom Line

A great card boasting no annual fee, intro APR period, annual cash back bonus and generous rewards on initial and ongoing expenses.

Pros

Strong welcome offer and cash back rewards for cellular, gas and office supplies. No annual fee.

Cons

Only available to current U.S. Bank customers. Potentially high APR.

Rates and Fees
Intro APR
0%* for 15 billing cycles on purchases and balance transfers*
Purchase APR
14.24%-25.24%* (Variable)
Annual Fee
$0*
Welcome Offer
Earn a new cardmember bonus of $500 after you spend $4,500 in eligible net purchases on your card within the first 150 days of account opening.
Rewards Rate
3% cash back on cellular, gas stations and office supply store net purchases. 1% cash back on other net purchases. No limit on total rewards and they never expire! Plus, a 25% Annual Cash Rewards bonus, up to $250.
Foreign Transaction Fee
2% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in U.S. Dollars. 3% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in a Foreign Currency

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