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10,000 Bonus Points With US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature Card

By Dan Rafter / February 14, 2011
10,000 Bonus Points With US Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature Card

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The U.S. Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature Card has earned positive reviews from many in the consumer financial press. There’s a reason for this: The card’s rewards program is one of the most flexible in the business.

While consumers will earn one rewards point for every dollar that they charge on most purchases, they earn two points for every dollar whenever they make a purchase in the category in which they spend the most.

And now the FlexPerks Travels Rewards card comes with another perk: Cardholders will receive a bonus of 10,000 rewards points after they charge their first $500 in net purchases with this card.

Cardholders can redeem their points for free air travel with more 150 airlines. Chances are, if you’re going somewhere, you can book a free flight there with your FlexPerks rewards points.

It’s not free to use this card.

The FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature card comes with a purchase interest rate of 13.99 percent to 23.99 percent, depending on the creditworthiness of cardholders.

For the first year, cardholders can use this card without paying an annual fee. Every year thereafter, the card comes with a $49 annual fee.

Even with this fee, though, the FlexPerks Travel Rewards card is a strong bet for consumers who fly frequently. The editors at Kiplinger’s Personal Finance have called this card the best on the market for consumers who want travel perks.

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