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US Bank Credit card Choose your own two 5% cash back categories (even for airticket)

MaheshK 1,462 June 7, 2012 at 01:29 PM in Finance (2) More US Bank Deals
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Found this interesting read from our deal friend @fueldude. From what I was told, you'll get a list each quarter to choose from for the 5%.
Can switch between the 2% categories quarterly as well.


Apply here: http://www.usbank.com/credit-card...ature.html
Categories available: https://cashplus.usbank.com/index.../demo/true

Finally a card that’s all cash that you control. The U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature card lets you choose and change your 5% and 2% Cash+ Categories, plus you get 1% back on everything else - with no limit on how much you can earn.
Earn 5% cash back on two categories that you choose, like home improvement stores or airline tickets.1, 2
Earn 2% cash back on gas, groceries or drug stores – choose one.1, 2
Earn 1% cash back on everything else.
Get a $25 Cash+ Bonus each time you redeem $100 or more cash back in a single redemption.3
No Annual Fee

edit: Apply through their facebook page and get $50 signup bonus https://www.facebook.com/usbankcashplus

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Quote from iBoo View Post :
the way I see it,

fast food = self service. you wait in line, order at the register, wait for food, pick up food as togo or for here (at the fastfood location) and you bring your food to a designated table you choose. you clean up after yourself ( your fked up if you dont )

restaurant = you are seated to a table, a waiter arrives at your table and takes your order and then delivers your table. you eat, and then leave without cleaning up after yourself
some fancy restaurants (>$100 tasting menus) I went to were coded as fast food, so be careful
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Quote from kurrypie View Post :
some fancy restaurants (>$100 tasting menus) I went to were coded as fast food, so be careful
lmao bounce
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Quote from kurrypie View Post :
some fancy restaurants (>$100 tasting menus) I went to were coded as fast food, so be careful
I had a couple that were coded wrong by "Visa Inc" they told me.

Oh well...97% were coded correct.
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#589
Are Kmart and Target considered Department Stores?
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Quote from jheine2 View Post :
anyway to tell for sure if purchases from amazon.com count??????????
Make a purchase and see the next statement????????
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Quote from Ashvins View Post :
Make a purchase and see the next statement????????

How will you see?
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Quote from cykj View Post :
Confirmed

Verizon Wireless - one time payment
Verizon Fios (TV/Internet) - one time payment (specifically labeled on on description as "onetimepay")
Dominion Virginia Power
So Verizon Fios works under the 5% Cellphone category?
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Quote from lowspeed View Post :
How will you see?

You can go to rewards center once it's posted and if it's considered to be in the 5/2% awards categories, you'll have an extra line in there (with the 4/1% extra awards cash amount listed)
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Quote from alvinmathew88 View Post :
So Verizon Fios works under the 5% Cellphone category?
We'll find out but if anything it seems that for my own bills (looking at the 2012 summary) all my verizon bills (both fios and wireless) got categorized under cable and internet...
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#595
Hmmm, the sporting goods category includes places that sell guns like cabelas. Anybody know how localgun shops are normally coded? 5% on guns and ammo purchase would take some of the sting out of the high prices out their today.
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#596
Just made a big-a$$ payment on all my insurance premiums before bill pay/utilities goes away.
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Quote from jheine2 View Post :
anyway to tell for sure if purchases from amazon.com count??????????
Amazon does not count for electronics.

For the crappy new category "bookstores" it only applies to Amazon kindle purchases.
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#598
I hate that I didn't get this card when it first was posted here, but I'm glad that I didn't get it recently. It's now turned into a box of nothing. Maybe if I see that they will bring the Billpay category back I might get it.
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With Billpay and Home Improvement gone, what is the best Visa Signature card in your opinion now? I like the Signature cards for the extended warranty services and whatnot, but I am searching for the best free option with the best rewards and no yearly fee.
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Quote from gassyjoe View Post :
...Also it won't be 6.25% since the bonus $25 per $100 redeemed is being limited to once per calendar year as well.
Where has this been posted? I cannot find this restriction anywhere. Not in their FAQ, etc. TIA.
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