The U.S. Bank Platinum annual fee is $0* per year. U.S. Bank Platinum’s $0* annual fee is lower than the average annual fee among new credit card offers right now. It’s not the only fee you need to worry about with the U.S. Bank Visa® Platinum Card, though.
Another card offered by U.S. Bank that is easy to get is the Harley-Davidson® Secured Credit Card. This card also requires a minimum deposit of $300. Keep in mind that the amount you put down as a deposit for either card becomes your credit limit.… read full answer
Given that the credit account is secured, you can get approved for these cards easily, even with bad (300+) credit. The U.S. Bank Secured Visa® Card has an annual fee of $0 and the Harley-Davidson® Secured Credit Card’s annual fee is $0.
Beyond secured credit cards, U.S. Bank offers several unsecured credit cards for good or excellent credit. So, it would be a good idea to first see the minimum credit needed for each card and check your credit score before applying for one.
The starting credit limit for the US Bank Visa Platinum card depends on various factors.
They would take into consideration your credit score, your disposable income, any assets you own, as well as any potential debts and liabilities you might have.
That being said, keep in mind that the credit limit that you start off with isn’t necessarily your limit forever. U.S. Bank will routinely evaluate your account to decide whether they should offer you a credit limit increase. Always paying on time and keeping your credit utilization low is key.… read full answer
The U.S. Bank credit card credit score requirements vary by card. One of the easiest U.S. Bank credit card to get is the U.S. Bank Secured Visa® Card, which accepts applicants with bad credit and has a $0 annual fee.
The best U.S. Bank credit cards require a 750 credit score or higher for good approval odds. And U.S. Bank’s co-branded credit cards require good credit, or a credit score of at least 700. In other words, most U.S. Bank credit cards are for people with good credit or excellent credit, but there are options for applicants with lower scores, too.… read full answer
Meeting the U.S. Bank credit score requirements does not guarantee your approval for a U.S. Bank credit card. Your income, debt, credit history, and any recent inquiries on your credit report are all considered before you’re approved for a U.S. Bank credit card.
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