[Available Online] U.S. Bank Launches New Business Card ‘U.S. Bank Business Altitude Power World Elite Mastercard’

Update 2/7/24: Card now available online.

U.S. Bank has launched a new business credit card called ‘U.S. Bank Business Altitude™ Power World Elite Mastercard’. The card is only available for sign up in branch currently, but there is an overview online found here. Details of the card are as follows:

  • $195 annual fee
  • Sign up bonus of 75,000 points after $10,000 in spend within the first 90 days
  • Card earns at the following rates:
    • 2.5x points on all mobile wallet purchases (limited to first $5,000 each quarter)
    • 2x points on all other purchases

Apparently the card was created due to the Union Bank acquisition in order to product change those cardholders over. Overall the card doesn’t seem interesting or useful apart from the sign up bonus.

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ntn (@guest_1809508)
March 7, 2024 07:05

Did anyone get their ride share credit for Q4?

I tested a lyft cash reload and wondering if it works or not.

Mj (@guest_1797284)
February 13, 2024 18:12

Well I’m shocked. They must approve anyone with a good score. I can send DoC screenshots of my C1 credit wise to show I’m not lying on new accounts. I’m 20/24, 11/12, 4/6 and I was approved after it being pending last week. I didn’t call bc I figured I’d get the new account lecture. USB personal and business current customer.

RK (@guest_1795790)
February 9, 2024 16:25

Still the case that I cant pay mortgage through plastiq with US bank mastercards?

Rekha (@guest_1795317)
February 8, 2024 20:04

Approved!!!!finally one card how many years!!!!

cameron (@guest_1795076)
February 8, 2024 13:59

i like the 3 other us bank business cards better

cindy (@guest_1794957)
February 8, 2024 11:50

can the points be pulled to altitude reserved ?

Mushu_Pork (@guest_1794972)
February 8, 2024 12:12


Cardmembers may transfer points between the Business Altitude Connect Card, the Business AltitudePower Card, the Altitude® Go Card and the Altitude® Connect Card. Certain conditions and limitations apply. Complete Reward Program Rules will be provided once you become a cardmember.”

Allen (@guest_1794903)
February 8, 2024 10:18

Transfer points between the Altitude family of products (excluding Altitude Reserve).

James (@guest_1794854)
February 8, 2024 07:44

Ink Premier is better, $1000 bonus, 2.5% unlimited cash back, and same AF

TJ (@guest_1794887)
February 8, 2024 09:23

They have completely different conditions for 2.5%, no? Ink is purchases of $5k+ get 2.5%. This is 2.5% on all mobile wallet purchases up to the limit. So a purchase of $100 would not get 2.5% on the Ink but would on this card.

Esaphire3 (@guest_1794950)
February 8, 2024 11:37


Mushu_Pork (@guest_1794977)
February 8, 2024 12:16

Ink Premier is much better, assuming you have large spend.

Maxed Mobile Wallet at 5k per quarter @ extra .5% is only $100 on a 200 AF card.

I’d argue that for legit biz spend, Ink Premier, Sparks Cash, VXBiz, or even BBP are all arguably better. Hell, you could argue Hilton Biz is better if you spend 25k and get the FNC plus points.

Jack (@guest_1794841)
February 8, 2024 05:57

Who doesn’t want to max out 2.5% back on $5,000 purchases every quarter? That’s an extra .5% on $20,000, or $100! POWER!

Matt (@guest_1794840)
February 8, 2024 03:43

Well I guess this is what I’ll use to pay my taxes if I can’t get approved for any better cards before April lol

Matt (@guest_1794936)
February 8, 2024 11:14

you can pay taxes via mobile wallet now (OP, but for everyone getting an idea). 2.5% on the cheapest tax fees puts you head a good .72% still which is pretty damn good.

Mickey (@guest_1795670)
February 9, 2024 13:19

How? I didn’t see this on PayUSATax…

DR (@guest_1802614)
February 24, 2024 16:00

Ditto as Mickey. I don’t see Pay1040 offering mobile wallet either.