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U.S. Bank Business Triple Cash Rewards World Elite™ Mastercard®

Introducing the U.S. Bank Business Triple Cash Rewards World Elite™ Mastercard® the card that gives back on all your eligible business needs. Limited Time Offer: Earn $500 in cash back. Just spend $4500 on the Account Owner's card in the first 150 days of opening your account. Earn 3% cash back on eligible purchases at gas stations, office supply stores, cell phone service providers and restaurants. 1% cash back on all other eligible net purchases. No limit on total cash back earned. Rewards never expire. Earn an annual $100 statement credit for recurring software subscription expenses such as FreshBooks or quickbooks. 0% Intro APR on purchase and balance transfers for 15 billing cycles. After that, a variable APR currently 13.99% - 22.99%. No annual fee. Great Offer from U.S. Bank, a 2021 World's Most Ethical Company® - Ethisphere Institute, February 2021.

Nav's Verdict

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Effort to Apply
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Card Perks
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Features
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8/10

Bottom Line

Overall a great rewards card for the everyday business!

Pros

No annual fee and cash back on all purchases

Cons

Limited categories for 3% cash

Rates and Fees
Intro APR
0% for 15 billing cycles on purchases and balance transfers
Purchase APR
13.99% - 22.99% (Variable)
Annual Fee
$0
Welcome Offer
Limited Time Offer: Earn $500 in cash back. Just spend $4500 on the Account Owner's card in the first 150 days of opening your account
Rewards Rate
Earn 3% cash back on eligible purchases at gas stations, office supply stores, cell phone service providers and restaurants. 1% cash back on all other eligible net purchases.
Foreign Transaction Fee
3%

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