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U.S. Bank FlexPerks® Business Travel Rewards

U.S. Bank FlexPerks® Business Travel Rewards
Earn 25,000 enrollment FlexPoints worth $375 on airfare, hotel stays, car rentals and more. Just spend $2,000 in eligible Net Purchases on your card within the first four months of account opening. Earn 2X FlexPoints in the category where you spend the most each month—gas stations, office supply stores or airlines, plus on cellular providers. Earn 1 point for every other eligible net dollar spent. $25 Airline Allowance offers reimbursement for up to $25 per round-trip air travel award ticket toward baggage fees, in-flight food and drinks, or a seat upgrade when you use your card. If you spend $24,000 in net purchases annually, your $55 annual fee (plus $10 fee for each employee card) gets credited back to your account.

Nav's Verdict

Cost
10% Complete
HighLow
Effort to Apply
20% Complete
DifficultEasy
Card Perks
60% Complete
PoorGood
Features
60% Complete
PoorGood

8/10

Bottom Line

A good business travel card option if you are hoping for a lower annual fee.

Pros

Lower annual fee than other travel cards. Flexibility to earn double points in your most common spending categories.

Cons

Potentially high APR

Rates and Fees
Intro APR
N/A
Purchase APR
14.24%-25.24%* (Variable)
Annual Fee
$0* Intro for first year; $55* thereafter
Welcome Offer
Earn 25,000 enrollment FlexPoints worth $375 on airfare, hotel stays, car rentals and more. Just spend $2,000 in eligible Net Purchases on your card within the first four months of account opening.
Rewards Rate
Earn 2X FlexPoints in the category where you spend the most each month—gas stations, office supply stores or airlines, plus on cellular providers.
Foreign Transaction Fee
N/A

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