Capital One announced this week that Capital One Savor and Capital One SavorOne cardholders can earn an unlimited 10% cashback on Uber and Uber Eats, plus complimentary Uber One membership, through November 14, 2024. That’s a really nice savings given that Uber One by itself costs around $100 at full price and a really nice return on Uber and Uber Eats spend. Keep in mind that Capital One cash back can be converted to miles at $0.01 –> 1 mile, so this can be like earning 10 transferable miles per dollar spent on Uber and Uber eats.
- Capital One has announced that Savor and SavorOne cardholders can get complimentary Uber One membership through November 14, 2024 and will earn unlimited 10% cash back on Uber and Uber Eats.
- Additionally, Quicksilver, QuicksilverOne, and Quicksilver Secured cardholders can get up to 6 months of an Uber One monthly membership statement credit (valued at $9.99) through November 14, 2024.
This is a really nice value-add for Savor cardholders and a particularly awesome deal on the no-annual-fee SavorOne card. UberOne ordinarily costs $10 per month and I have kicked myself since they launched it for not jumping on one of the half-off deals they ran in the beginning. Given all of the cards I have now that offer a monthly Uber credit and the fact that I am back to traveling more often, I am ordering from Uber Eats at least once or twice a month these days. An Uber One membership would probably save me some money.
Cardholders can enroll for an Uber One monthly membership in the Uber or Uber Eats app, or on their dedicated websites. Once a cardholder creates their account and sets their eligible Capital One card as form of payment for their Uber One membership, they will receive a monthly statement credit through the end of the offer.
More importantly, I’d be very happy to earn 10% back on Uber Eats purchases on a Capital One cash back card. I like earning Capital One cash back for a few reasons:
- Cash is highly flexible — redeem it for anything you want
- Capital One cash back can be converted to miles if you also have a card that earns miles (or it can be transferred to another cardholder who has a miles-earning card). Note that this is not a published Capital One benefit but it is something we’ve written about and used on other cards.
- Capital One cash back is always worth 1 cent per cent, so if your accounts gets arbitrarily shut down you don’t have to worry about miles being redeemed for half a cent per mile.