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Online Account Access for Credit Cards

We offer online credit card account access through free U.S. Bank Online Banking. Log in anytime – day or night – to:

  • View your balance.
  • Make a payment or set up recurring automatic payments.
  • Set up customized Account Alerts.
  • View and redeem earned rewards (if applicable).

Wherever you are, online account access keeps you right where you need to be – in charge of your money – with lots of convenient features.

  • View the most current balance and transaction information available; also your credit card account statements.
  • Make a payment. You choose the one-time payment feature or set up recurring monthly payments.
  • Sign up to receive emails or text reminders.1
  • Transfer funds easily between your U.S. Bank accounts.

Not enrolled in Online Banking yet? Enroll now!

Online Statements

Securely access your U.S. Bank credit card account statements 24/7 with free Online Statements. They contain all the same account information as paper statements; the only difference is they're delivered online instead of through the mail.

Automatic Payments

Schedule automatic payments and never miss a payment.

  • A one-time payment is a single payment in which you specify the amount and date you want your payment made.
  • Recurring/Automatic payments (AutoPay) are monthly payments in which funds are withdrawn automatically from your Checking or Savings account. You specify the amount and day you want your payment to be made each month.

Learn more about FlexControl payment options.

The simple one-time online enrollment process takes just a few minutes to complete. You’ll need your:

  • U.S. Bank credit card.
  • Social Security Number.

You’ll be asked to choose a unique Personal ID and Password. When the enrollment process is complete, you can immediately begin using Online Banking.

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