Capital One Savor Card Uber Perks: Uber One & 10% Cashback

Capital One Savor Card Uber Perks: Uber One & 10% Cashback

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Link: Apply now for the Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards Credit Card

Capital One has today launched an awesome new partnership with Uber, for those with the Capital One Savor or Capital One SavorOne. If you ask me, this is an especially compelling reason to pick up the no annual fee Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards Credit Card (review), and that’s something I’m seriously considering doing.

New Capital One & Uber partnership

Capital One and Uber have launched a new partnership. This is initially valid for two years, and runs from November 15, 2022, through November 14, 2024. It’s open to those with the Capital One Savor, Capital One SavorOne, Capital One SavorOne Student, and Quicksilver Student.

This includes not only elevated cashback for Uber and Uber Eats purchases, but also a complimentary Uber One membership. Let’s go over all the details.

Uber & Capital One have a new partnership

Get 10% cashback with Uber & Uber Eats

Thanks to this partnership, eligible Capital One cardmembers can receive unlimited 10% cashback with Uber and Uber Eats through November 14, 2024. There’s no registration required — just set your eligible Capital One card as your default payment method with Uber or Uber Eats, and you’ll automatically receive 10% cashback in the form of statement credits with Capital One.

Keep in mind that while the Capital One SavorOne Card is technically a cashback card, these rewards can be converted into Capital One miles in conjunction with a card earning those rewards, like the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card (review). I value Capital One miles at 1.7 cents each, so to me that’s like a 17% return on that spending, which is incredible. Of course even if you’re choosing to earn cashback, getting 10% back is awesome.

Keep in mind that you can stack this with earning Marriott Bonvoy points with Uber.

Get a complimentary Uber One membership

Thanks to this partnership, eligible Capital One cardmembers can receive a complimentary Uber One membership through November 14, 2024.

To access this complimentary Uber One membership, eligible Capital One cardmembers should enroll in an Uber One monthly membership in the Uber or Uber Eats app. Once they set their eligible Capital One card as the form of payment for the Uber One membership, they will receive a monthly statement credit through the end of the offer period.

An Uber One membership ordinarily costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year, and offers the following perks:

  • 5% off eligible rides and orders of food, groceries, alcohol, and more
  • Being matched with top-rated drivers
  • An Uber One Promise, whereby on eligible deliveries you’ll get $5 in Uber Cash if the latest arrival estimate (shown after the order is placed) is wrong
  • Unlimited $0 delivery fees on eligible food orders over $15 and grocery orders over $30
  • Access to premium member support, special offers and promotions, and invite-only experiences

I think I’m going to get the Capital One SavorOne Card

The Capital One SavorOne Card has been on my radar for quite some time now, and I think that this is the push that I needed to apply. This is a great no annual fee card in general — it offers 3% cashback on dining, grocery stores, entertainment, and popular streaming services, all with no foreign transaction fees. On top of that, those rewards can be converted into Capital One miles at the rate of one Capital One mile per cent cashback, which is a great deal.

While I typically use Lyft for my ridesharing, I place more orders with Uber Eats than I’d care to admit. Applying for this no annual fee card would not only get me two years worth of Uber One (worth nearly $200), but would also earn me 10x Capital One miles on all Uber and Uber Eats spending.

Otherwise I earn at most 5x points on Uber and Uber Eats, so this is a minimum of an incremental 5x points on those purchases compared to what I usually earn, which I value at 8.5%. Getting an incremental 8.5% return on my Uber and Uber Eats spending for two years is something that will prove to be incredibly valuable.

Being able to get all of this just by picking up the no annual fee Capital One SavorOne Card is an obvious choice.

Bottom line

Capital One and Uber have launched an awesome new partnership. Through November 14, 2024, those with select Capital One cards can receive a complimentary Uber One membership (ordinarily $99.99 per year), plus 10% cashback on Uber and Uber Eats spending (which can be converted into Capital One miles, in conjunction with select other cards).

This is an awesome new partnership, and the push that I needed to apply for the Capital One SavorOne Card.

What do you make of this new Capital One and Uber partnership? Anyone else considering getting the Capital One SavorOne Card because of this?

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  1. cNoteZ Guest

    How would this work for annual Uber One members? Is it a monthly credit like AmEx where you get $10 in Uber Cash?

  2. Pam Guest

    Terms say you have to turn off Uber Cash? Confused how to combine the C1 Uber One offer while using AMEX $15 credits?

    I went to sign up with my Savor Rewards acct but says only good for 4 months?

    1. BenA Guest

      Any help with this problem as i have same question?

    2. Michael Guest

      When I registered for Uber One with my SavorOne card, there was a toggle to turn off "Use Uber Cash first." Hopefully this works correctly!

    3. Commenter Guest

      I am confused about this too. When you set up the payment method for Uber One, you can choose your credit card and there’s a switch to turn Uber Cash on and off.

      However, when I turn off Uber Cash, close the app, and reopen it, it turns back on! So in theory it should work but I think there’s a bug.

  3. MUZE Guest

    The person who said this isn't worth the 5/24 slot is out of their mind. Cap1 is demolishing Chase cards up and down the board. Now they're creeping in to competing with AMEX in terms of benefits.

  4. Stvr Guest

    This isn’t worth a 5/24 slot though

  5. classcair New Member

    Wish CapOne would allow product change to Savor. In my experiene, only new applications are allowed for Savor Cards.

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Commenter Guest

I am confused about this too. When you set up the payment method for Uber One, you can choose your credit card and there’s a switch to turn Uber Cash on and off. However, when I turn off Uber Cash, close the app, and reopen it, it turns back on! So in theory it should work but I think there’s a bug.

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cNoteZ Guest

How would this work for annual Uber One members? Is it a monthly credit like AmEx where you get $10 in Uber Cash?

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Michael Guest

When I registered for Uber One with my SavorOne card, there was a toggle to turn off "Use Uber Cash first." Hopefully this works correctly!

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