U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Adds Dining Rewards, Adjusts Travel Credit (Limited Time)

Through June 2021, dining purchases are a new bonus category for the card, earning 3 points per $1 spent.
Kenley YoungAug 17, 2021
U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Adds Dining Rewards, Adjusts Travel Credit (Limited Time)

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The -annual-fee  is already a premium travel card, and for the next several months, it'll be a really good card for foodies, too.

Through the end of 2020 — and later extended through June 30, 2021 — dining purchases are a new bonus category for the card, earning 3 points per $1 spent. That's in addition to the card's existing rewards structure, which offers:

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What's more, the card's annual $325 travel credit — already one of the most generous such perks on the market — can now be applied toward dining purchases.

The moves from U.S. Bank are similar to those made by several other issuers in the wake of the . Premium travel cards, such as the  and the , have made made similar adjustments to their ongoing rewards structures and travel credits to make their products more useful to cardholders who aren't traveling nearly as much during the outbreak.

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