Harley-Davidson® Visa® Secured Credit Card

The Harley-Davidson®Visa Secured Credit Card from US Bank can help you build a solid credit rating while earning exclusive Harley-Davidson® rewards.

Your credit line will be equal to the amount of money you deposit when you get your card.

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  • Annual Fee $0
  • Regular APR 22.99% (Variable)
  • Rewards
    • Earn 1 point for every $1 spent on purchases
  • Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature & Chip-and-PIN
  • Foreign Transaction Fee 3%
  • Intro APR -
  • Balance Transfer APR 22.99% (Variable)
  • Cash Advance APR 23.99% (Variable)
  • Penalty APR -
  • Late Fee Up to $38
  • Returned Payment Fee Up to $35

Card Benefits


  • H-D™ Visa Free Ride Sweepstakes: Automatically enter when you sign up for your card.


  • Fraud Protection: You will not be held responsible for unauthorized use of your card.


  • Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver: Collision damage or theft on auto rentals are covered if you rented the car with your card.

Visa Benefits

  • This card comes with Visa benefits. You will be provided with a list of benefits available to you once you get approved for your card.
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