Select Capital One Cardholders Can Get 10% Cashback On Uber/Uber Eats And Enroll In Uber One Membership For Free!

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Effective today through 11/14/24, Capital One SavorSavorOneSavorOne Student, and Quicksilver Student cardholders automatically earn 10% cash back on purchases on Uber and Uber Eats when they use their card.

Additionally, those cardholders can enroll in Uber One membership and their $9.99 monthly membership will be free after statement credit through 11/14/24! Just enroll via the Uber or Uber Eats app with your eligible card.

Capital One QuicksilverQuicksilverOne, and Quicksilver Secured cardholders get 6 months of complimentary Uber One membership after statement credit.

Uber One membership unlocks $0 Delivery Fee on eligible food, groceries, and other Uber Eats orders. Uber One members can also save up to 10% on eligible Uber Eats orders, 5% on eligible rides with Uber, and access member-only perks and promotions.

The best part about Capital One cashback is that it can be transferred to anyone’s Capital One mileage cards, such as VentureOne, Venture, Venture X, and Spark Miles and transferred from there into airline miles at 1:1 or favorable ratios with frequent transfer bonuses. That means you’ll earn 10 or more miles per dollar on Uber/Uber Eats on top of earning Marriott points for those purchases.

In other words you can have the no annual fee SavorOne and VentureOne cards and earn an effective 10 transferrable miles per dollar on Uber/Uber Eats, and 3 miles per dollar on groceries, dining, entertainment and streaming!

HT: mochjas

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Only for a year… is this a ploy to sign-up and then cancel this perk!?


So the free cards get this perk but not the premium ones?




Can the capital one venture card also get this benefit?


Venture x can only be eligible if it’s first purchased through the other Capital 1 cards and then transferred to venture x?


Can authorized users also access this benefit?


I called Capital One and been told that the Uber one credit is 1 per account so if you use it, your authorized users won’t get an additional credit but it seems that charges made by authorized users will be eligible for the 10% benefit.


If i have an Uber Gift card balance in my account, does that make it impossible to trigger this credit?


Haven’t seen it mentioned on most of the blogs, so just wanted to confirm that we still get the $200 signup bonus on the SavorOne card in addition to the Uber perks?


Is it possible to PC from Quicksilver to Savor One?
I checked at
but the only options were Venture and Venture One.
(Yes, I read the end of the post where it says, “you can have the… VentureOne cards and earn an effective 10 transferrable miles per dollar…” But I also read the beginning of the post, as well as the attached link, where there is no mention on VentureOne cards being eligible for this.)


Savor are a unique family of cards, no way to PC to them, you have to apply


I have a question specifically about this offer–though no one may be able to answer it specifically–but more broadly about these kinds of expiring offers on cards in general.

There is an Uber benefit that is a part of AmEx Gold membership–you pay for the card, you get the Uber. It’s not like after a while Uber goes away but you’re left with the card and it’s just that much less valuable.

Here, where there’s no annual fee for the Savor One card, I’m trying to understand the point of a temporary benefit (along with the rotating quarterly benefits cards that I will probably never sign up for). Will Capital One ultimately re-up with Uber? I have a new Venture X that gives me a Hertz benefit, but only for a little while. It seems to me these kinds of temporary rewards only serve to make you feel like you got the value of the card with your first annual fee and after that it is just sort of falling off.