Best U.S. Bank Credit Cards with No Foreign Transaction Fee
U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite® Card
U.S. Bank Altitude® Connect Visa Signature® Card
SKYPASS Visa® Signature Credit Card
U.S. Bank Altitude® Go Visa Signature® Card
Fred Meyer Credit Card
In addition to using a card with no foreign transaction fee, you’ll want to avoid dynamic currency conversion while you’re abroad. By doing these two things, you could save up to 10% when traveling internationally.
The U.S. Bank foreign transaction fee is either 0% or 3% of the purchase amount or foreign ATM advance transaction, depending on the card. And if you want to withdraw cash abroad, be prepared to pay a $2.50 non-U.S. Bank ATM fee.
If you’re going abroad, be sure to take a credit card that won’t rack up foreign transaction fees. And if you have a bank account with U.S. Bank, stay away from international ATMs. Those foreign withdrawal fees hit hard.
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