Yes, the U.S. Bank Altitude Connect card does offer a roadside assistance benefit. U.S. Bank Altitude Connect roadside assistance gives cardholders 24/7 access to a wide range of services whenever their vehicle breaks down.
U.S. Bank Altitude Connect cardholders can call 1-800-847-2869 to request any of the following roadside assistance services:
Standard Towing (up to 5 miles included)
Lockout Service (no key replacement)
Fuel Delivery (up to 5 gallons)
There is a fee of $69.95 for roadside assistance, and the cardholder is only responsible for uncovered services.
Eligible cardholders can call 1 (800) 847-2869 24/7 to get help if their vehicle breaks down. U.S. Bank roadside assistance services include standard towing up to 5 miles, flat tire replacement, jump starts, lockout service, standard winching, and up to 5 gallons of fuel. There is a standard fee of $69.95 for roadside assistance, and the cardholder is only responsible for services that are not covered.… read full answer
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U.S. Bank points earned with the Altitude rewards program do not expire as long as the account is open and in good standing. U.S. Bank FlexPerks points and cash back rewards do expire, though - FlexPoints expire 5 years after they're earned, and cash back rewards expire 36 months after they're earned. You may also risk forfeiting any unredeemed points or cash back if you or U.S. Bank closes your account for any reason.… read full answer
Because U.S. Bank FlexPoints and cash back rewards will eventually expire, it's a good idea to redeem them as often as possible so you don't lose them. And although U.S. Bank Altitude points don't expire until the account is closed, it's still smart to use them sooner rather than later to reduce the risk of devaluation. If you aren't sure which type of rewards your U.S. Bank credit card gives, refer to your card's rewards terms and conditions.
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