How do I add, edit, or delete a travel notification on my card?

If you're traveling anywhere within the United States, there's no need to let us know. We'll continue to monitor your account for fraudulent activity. 

If you're traveling internationally and expect to make charges, let us know ahead of time through digital banking. You can:

  • Add the notification(s) as much as 90 days before your travel date.
  • Edit or delete notifications as many times as you'd like.
  • Add multiple trips or destinations, as long as the dates for each don't overlap.

Letting us know you're traveling internationally will helps us protect you against potentially fraudulent activity.

How to add travel notifications using Online banking

  1. Choose an account from your dashboard then select the Account services tab. 
  2. Select Travel notifications from under Alerts & notifications.
  3. Choose Add a trip or if there's a previously entered notification you want to modify, select Edit trip or Delete trip.
  4. Enter your trip details, then select Save.
    • Enter another country, then choose Add to include up to five destinations. 

How to add travel notifications using the U.S. Bank Mobile App

  1. Open the main menu then select Manage cards.
  2. Select the card you'll be traveling with, then Travel notification.
  3. Select Add trip, or if there's a previously entered notification you want to modify, select Update trip or Delete trip.
  4. Enter your trip details, then select Save.
    • Select + Add destination to up to five countries.  

More information

If you have any questions, please call us. We accept relay calls. 

  • Debit cards: 800-USBANKS (872-2657)
  • Consumer credit cards: 800-285-8585
  • Business credit cards: 866-485-4545

Please be aware transactions in the following countries cannot be approved due to current sanctions:

  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • North Korea
  • Burma (Myanmar)
  • Sudan
  • Syria 

To freely explore our digital banking services without using your own account, visit our Digital Banking Simulators page. If you'd like a step-by-step tutorial on how to use a specific service or feature, check out our Digital Explorer page.