U.S. Bank is now offering their customers two new American Express Cards – the U.S. Bank Cash 365 American Express Card, giving them 1.5% cash back, and the U.S. Bank FlexPerks Gold American Express Card letting people earn up to triple points.
With the U.S. Bank FlexPerks Gold American Express Card people earn three points for every buck they spend when eating out, double points when buying airline tickets and gas, and one point on all other purchases. This card is designed for people who are on the move, offering a wide range of travel benefits, including getting credit for the Global Entry or TSA Precheck application fee, which can make getting to your flight faster, along with free Boingo Wi-Fi membership.
On the other hand, with The U.S. Bank Cash 365 American Express Card is all about cash back giving people 1.5% back on all purchases, with no limit on how much they can earn – and the rewards never expire.
People with this card will also get access to pre-sale tickets and other kinds of offers, including preferred seating deals. They can also expect to see special offers on everything from shopping and dining out to travel via Amex offers.
These new cards are seen by Amex as a way to up the ante for customers. “Our rewards card programs are recognized as some of the best in the industry and the addition of two new American Express products gives our customers more ways to benefit from outstanding rewards, convenience and security,” said Cliff Cook, senior vice president for the U.S. Bank retail credit-card division.
People who like to use their mobile wallet to make payments will be happy to know that the new U.S. Bank American Express cards are both compatible with Apple Pay, so they can pay on the go. People with these cards van also enroll in online banking, which means that they can get their VantageScore 3.0 by TransUnion for free so they can keep track of their credit score.
They are also including tools that give cardholders access to information about what actions affect their credit score so they can improve it or keep their credit score health up.