US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Card Offering Increased 25K FlexPoints Bonus

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US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Card

US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Card Offering Increased 25K FlexPoints Bonus

The U.S. Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards credit card has an increased signup bonus that’s showing up when you check for pre-qualified offers. There’s two different offers that are showing up, with different spending requirement.

The Offer

Earn a one–time 25,000 bonus FlexPoints for a new FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature card with eligible purchases totaling $500 (or $2,000) or more are made to your account within 90 days from account opening.

$49 Annual Fee is waived the first year.

Card Benefits

  • One FlexPoint per $1 spent on all eligible net purchases
  • Double FlexPoints on the category you spend the most on (at gas stations, grocery stores or airlines) and at most cell phone service providers during each billing cycle
  • Triple FlexPoints on qualifying charitable donations

Check Your Pre-Qualified Offers

To get this offer you need to check for pre-qualified credit card offers from US Bank. You can do that here. Click “See if I’m prequalified” and enter your info. You can leave the type of credit card you want empty to see all offers.

I see an offer with $500 spend requirement, but there’s another offer with the same bonus with $2,000 spend requirement.

Conclusion

FlexPoints are worth up to 1.5 cents each now and that makes this bonus worth $375. Not really the best bonus around. We have seen better bonuses during the Olympics, so there might be a better deal coming up soon. Also keep in mind that US Bank is not very lenient with approvals.

HT: Doctor of Credit

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