Best Credit Cards that Offer Bonus Cash for Sign Up

By Jason Steele. Last updated 22 July 2020. 0 comments

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Couldn't we all use a little extra cash? Sure, and the credit card industry knows it! That's why there are card issuers that are offering generous cash back bonuses, just for giving their products a chance. To earn these rewards, you have to be approved for a new credit card, and complete a minimum spending requirement within a limited time, typically three months. (See also: Smart Ways to Meet Your Credit Card Minimum Spending Requirement for Bonuses)

U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature Card

New cardholders of the U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature Card can earn a $150 rewards bonus after you apply online and spend $500 in eligible purchases within the first 90 days of account opening. You can also earn 5% cash back on your first $2,000 spent each quarter in combined purchases in two categories that you choose from a list of 12 including electronics stores, department stores, and select clothing stores. You also receive 2% cash back on your choice of one "everyday" category including gas stations, restaurants, and grocery stores. You have the opportunity to select different bonus categories each quarter and you always receive 1% cash back on your other everyday purchases. There is no annual fee. 

Info about the U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature Card has been collected independently by Wise Bread. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for its accuracy.

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