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Authentic Heritage. Genuine Rewards.

Earn Rewards up to 3X Faster!1


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0% APR on Balance Transfers


The H-DTM Visa Signature* card is loaded with benefits:

  • Earn H-DTM Genuine Rewards up to 3X Faster1 
  • Redeem H-DTM Genuine Rewards points for an H-DTM Gift Card2 
  • Earn H-DTM  Visa Free Ride Sweepstakes entries3 
  • No Pre-Set Spending Limit4 
  • No Annual Fee (based on creditworthiness)

PLUS....receive a $10 Chrome Cash Certificate with your new card that you can use on your next in-dealership purchase.5 

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*We will first consider you for the H-D Visa Signature card, which earns 3 points per $1 net purchases at H-D dealerships, 2 points per $1 of net purchases at gas stations, restaurants, bars and lodging merchants and 1 point per $1 of net purchases everywhere else.  If you do not qualify for the Signature card, you can still earn Genuine Rewards!  You’ll automatically be considered for the H-D High Performance or H-D Secured card, which earn 1 point for every $1 in net purchases.  The Secured card requires a minimum deposit of $300 provided by the cardmember that will be held in a security deposit account.  Full details of the Secured card will be provided upon qualified status.

We 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.

The creditor and issuer of these cards is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.

©  2014 H-D or its affiliates.  HARLEY-DAVIDSON, HARLEY, H-D, and the Bar and Shield Logo are among the trademarks of H-D U.S.A., LLC.  Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

© 2014 U.S. Bank National Association. All Rights Reserved.


1 Points are earned on net purchases (purchases minus credits and returns.) The Harley-Davidson® Visa Signature® card earns 3 points per $1 on net purchases made at Harley-Davidson® dealerships, 2 points per $1 of net purchases at gas stations, restaurants, bars and lodging merchants and 1 point per $1 of net purchases everywhere else.  The Harley-Davidson High Performance and Secured cards earn 1 point per $1 on net purchases.  U.S. Bank cannot control how merchants choose to classify their business and reserves the right to determine which purchases qualify. Fast food merchants may not qualify for additional bonus. We will not award points for Advances, Convenience Checks, Balance Transfers, Interest Charges and Fees, credit insurance charges, or transactions to fund certain prepaid products. Harley-Davidson® Genuine Rewards that are not redeemed expire 3 years from the date earned on December 31 of the expiration date.
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2 Harley-Davidson® Genuine Rewards points awarded but not redeemed will expire 3 years from the date the points were awarded on December 31 of the expiration year. Harley-Davidson™ Gift Cards issued from H-D™ Genuine Rewards point redemption do not expire.
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3 NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.  Sweepstakes ends 12/31/14.  Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., who are 18 years of age or older.  For details, click here for Official Rules.  Void where prohibited.
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4 The H-DTM Visa Signature card provides the benefit of a No Pre-Set Spending Limit and a Revolve Limit that allows you to carry a designated part of your balance from one statement to the next. A No Pre-Set Spending Limit does not mean unlimited spending. Authorizations are provided using information such as account history, credit record, income verification and liquid assets. If card issuer authorizes a transaction that causes you to exceed your revolving credit line, then you must pay, as a part of your monthly minimum amount due, the amount by which your new balance exceeds your credit line.
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5 $10 H-D™ Genuine Rewards Certificates issued at account opening expire 180 days after they are issued.
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