Last updated on January 26th, 2022
U.S. Bank and Visa are partnering to make watching the Winter Olympics even more enjoyable. New Altitude Connect Visa cardholders can earn up to 10,000 bonus points (up to 60,000 points overall) for meeting minimum spending requirements and cheering Team USA on to Olympic success – here’s how:
U.S. Bank Launches Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 Bonus Points Offer
U.S. Bank is giving Altitude Connect cardholders even more reasons to cheer on Team USA in this year’s winter Olympics. The bank is offering new accounts up to 10,000 bonus points for US Winter Olympic medals – on top of the already lucrative 50,000 points sign-up bonus.
New U.S. Bank Altitude® Connect Visa Signature® cardholders already enjoy 50,000 bonus points after spending $2,000 in the first 120 days (four months) from account opening. Given the modest spending requirement, that welcome offer is a $500 value and a fairly easy bonus to achieve.
Earn Up to 10,000 Points with Team USA Olympic Medals
Now, U.S. Bank is looking to boost the value of its Connect welcome offer while giving cardmembers a reason to cheer on the U.S. Olympic athletes in China this February. Thanks to Visa, a proud partner, and sponsor of Team USA, U.S. Bank is making each of Team USA’s Olympic Winter Games medals into even more bonus points.
New Connect cardholders earn between 5,000 and 10,000 additional points based on the total number of medals Team USA brings home in the winter Olympics. Cardholders earn the following bonus points based on Team USA’s performance at Beijing 2022:
- 0-35 medals: 5,000 bonus points
- 36+ medals: 10,000 bonus points
All told, new U.S. Bank Altitude® Connect Visa Signature® cardholders can earn up to 60,000 bonus points for meeting minimum spending goals within the first 120 days – with an extra up to $100 in rewards courtesy of our Olympic athletes.
The Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 bonus points are a limited-time offer available for new cardmembers from January 24, 2022, to February 20, 2022.
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