Visa's Signature Card. Enjoy No Preset Spending Limit1 and no limit to the number of points you can earn. Redeem points for air travel, merchandise, gift certificates, cash back2 and more!
There are two different SIGMA CHI Visa cards: the SIGMA CHI Signature Visa card and the SIGMA CHI Select Rewards Visa card. You will first be considered for the Signature card. If you do not qualify for the Signature card, you will be considered for the Select Rewards card. These cards have different terms as set forth here. The Select Rewards card may not offer the same Visa Signature benefits.
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U.S. Bank may change APRs, fees, and other Account terms in the future based on your experience with U.S. Bank National Association and its affiliates as provided under the Cardmember Agreement and applicable law.
Account must be open and in good standing to earn and redeem rewards and benefits. Upon Approval, please refer to your Cardmember Agreement for additional information.
1 No preset spending limit does not mean unlimited spending. Individual transactions are authorized by card issuer based on factors such as account history, credit record and payment resources. Card issuer will preset an upper limit for revolving balances and cash advances.
2 Cash back is redeemed in the form of a statement credit.
3 Net purchases are purchases minus credits and returns. Not all transactions are eligible to earn rewards, such as Advances, Balance Transfers and Convenience Checks.
4 U.S. Bank provides zero fraud liability for unauthorized transactions. Cardmember must notify U.S. Bank promptly of any unauthorized use. Certain conditions and limitations may apply.
5 Certain terms, conditions and exclusions apply. Please refer to your Visa "Guide to Benefits" that will be mailed with your new card for further details and to determine if the auto rental coverage is right for you.
The creditor and issuer of the Card is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. © 2017 U.S. Bank National Association. All rights reserved.