US Bank Club Carlson is Sending out Targeted Spend Offers

Good evening everyone, thank you to everyone who has shared their thoughts on my earlier post: Ever Stayed at Club Carlson Hotels in LHR, CDG, NCE, ZRH, DUB, CPH, OSL, or BGO?  I just received an email from Club Carlson regarding a targeted offer on my US Bank Club Carlson Personal Credit Card.  If you have any US Bank Club Carlson credit cards, look for an email from 1800USBanks@email.usbank.com with the subject line Earn Bonus Points on Purchases.

Club Carlson Targeted Spend Offer 1x Bonus

The bonus I received is nothing special.  I can earn up to 2,000 bonus points by spending $2,300 over the next 2 months.  Since my next US Bank Club Carlson statement closes around June 4, there is no time to earn the bonus points before the May 31 / June 1 Club Carlson devaluation.  Therefore, I am going to sit this promo out.  There might be better spending offers available, so check your email and spam folders.  If you receive a better offer, please let me know in the comments.  Have a good night everyone.

13 thoughts on “US Bank Club Carlson is Sending out Targeted Spend Offers

  1. Robert

    My email was exactly the same as yours, except it is once I spend $50. I hardly ever use the card so perhaps it is based on how much you have put on it before?

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    1. Grant

      I think you are right. I haven’t used my CC for a while, so they want me to start using it again. Too bad the offer is not worth the spend.

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  3. Dimi

    I got one but I have to spend $850 to start earning 2000 bonus points. I heavily used it in the last 3 months so that explains the poor offer. I think I’ll pass.

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  4. Jayson

    Wow. I guess mine is the worst. I have to spend $4000 to get to the 2000 points to start accumulating. I must of spent too much on the card preparing for the summer trips. I also had a similar offer a few months back with a large spend required. I guess they don’t like to reward people for using their card.

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