The mobile app you need before summer vacation

June 23, 2021

Before you hit the road or plan your staycation, download the U.S. Bank Mobile App to make traveling (or relaxing) a breeze.


If your family is hitting the road this summer or planning a relaxing staycation, don’t forget to pack the U.S. Bank Mobile App. From automatic bill payments to credit card monitoring, the app’s features allow you to travel with the peace of mind you and your vacation deserve. 


Travel notifications

Let the U.S. Bank Mobile App know when you’re traveling to help prevent credit card fraud and potential payment declines. You can enter specific travel dates and destinations so the bank is informed of your travel plans for a seamless transition into vacation.


Manage and pay bills

Go paperless (and stress-free!) on vacation by managing your bills within the U.S. Bank mobile app. Get reminders of upcoming due bills and set up payments as far in advance as you’d like. Even set up autopay1 for bills that come due on a regular schedule in predictable amounts so you don’t have to worry about them.


Report your card lost or stolen

If your card goes missing on vacation, there’s no need to worry. With the U.S. Bank Mobile App, you can report your card lost or stolen and freeze access to your account within seconds.


Add cards to your digital wallet

The best way to keep your cards safe while traveling is to leave them at home. Add your cards to your Apple Wallet®, Google Pay or PayPal for simple, secure payments at participating retailers (great for online purchases, too).


Track spending

It’s easy to spend a little bit more than normal while traveling. With an easy-to-use dashboard that shows all of your U.S. Bank accounts (and any non-U.S. Bank accounts you choose to link)2, it’s a breeze to keep track of your spending and savings.


Explore all of the U.S. Bank mobile app features.



1Safe Debit Accounts are not eligible for automatic payments.

2Linking external accounts provides you with view-only access to balances and transaction details for accounts you hold at other financial institutions. The information displayed or provided as part of the external account linking service is for your informational purposes and may not reflect your most recent transactions or balances. We may also make you aware of products, services and offers that could be of interest to you. Some financial institutions may limit (or block) account linking services and we are not responsible for errors that may result from such limitations. Please see the Digital Services Agreement for the full terms of use related to linking external accounts.

Apple Wallet is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

Google Pay is a trademark of Google LLC.

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