US bank sent an email offering $10 statement credit for using Android Pay with US Bank Club Carlson Visa Card.
You need to make a purchase of $10 or more before Aug 31, 2016. Statement credit will appear in 10-12 weeks after making the purchase.
Here are the complete terms & conditions.
In order to receive this offer, you must make at least one net purchase (purchases minus credits and returns) of $10 or more during the promotion period to receive a $10 credit to your statement. The statement credit will be applied to your account within 10-12 weeks after the end of the promotion period. This offer is not transferable. The maximum number of statement credits is one. Your account must remain open, have available credit, and be current (no minimum payment past due) to qualify. This offer may not apply if your credit card has changed to a different type of card within the last 12 weeks or changes before the statement credit is applied. This offer is accurate as of July 8, 2016. If you have any questions, call Cardmember Service at 800-236-4012
Android Pay works with NFC-enabled Android devices with 4.4 (KitKat) operating system or higher, on any carrier network, in the U.S
Promotion period is from July 8, 2016 through August 31, 2016. This offer only extends to purchases made using your Club CarlsonSM Rewards Visa Signature® Card ending in XXXX at participating merchants for “Android Pay” transactions. An Android Pay transaction is a transaction made using your Android Pay enrolled Android device with 4.4 (KitKat) operating system or higher, and a NFC chip, on any carrier network, in the U.S. to make an in-store or in-app purchase at participating merchants. Not all merchants participate in Android Pay
Check your email to find out if you are targeted for a $10 statement credit offer for using Android pay with US Bank Club Carlson Visa Card.
This should be an easy $10 as you can use Android pay at many places
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