The U.S. Bank Altitude® Go Visa Signature® Card foreign transaction fee is 0%. This means you won’t be charged extra anytime you use the U.S. Bank Altitude® Go Visa Signature® Card outside of the United States. This applies whether it’s a purchase at a physical location in a foreign country or an online transaction through an internationally-based merchant.
The U.S. Bank foreign transaction fee is either 0% or 3% of the purchase amount or foreign ATM cash advance transaction, depending on the card. Plus, if you want to withdraw cash abroad, be prepared to pay a $2.50 non-U.S. Bank ATM fee as well.
Yes, U.S. Bank does have a travel card. The best U.S. Bank travel credit card is the U.S. Bank Altitude® Connect Visa Signature® Card because it offers 4 points / $1 spent on travel and at gas stations and 1 points / $1 to 2 points / $1 spent on all other purchases. The U.S. Bank Altitude Connect card also has an initial bonus of 50,000 points for spending $2,000 in the first 120 days.
In addition, the U.S. Bank Altitude Connect card offers key travel-related benefits such as travel and...
The best way to avoid foreign transaction fees is to use a debit or credit card that waives foreign fees when you're traveling abroad or making online purchases from international retailers. About 25% of credit card offers don't have foreign transaction fees, so there’s no reason to pay the extra charge.
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