Capital One and Uber partner to offer discounts
Capital One and Uber have joined to give the Capital One cardholders new ways to save.
QuicksilverOne® and Quicksiver® cardholders will receive 20 percent back on any Uber ride they charge to those cards. This offer ends April 30, 2016 and applies to Uber rides both in and outside of the United States as Uber operates in more than 300 cities.
You won’t need to register or enroll to take advantage of this offer. All you need is Uber app and a Quicksilver card added to this app. You will automatically receive 20 percent back as a statement credit on each Uber transaction.
Additionally, any eligible Capital One credit or debit cardholder who just signs up for Uber will receive first two rides free, up to $30 per ride, as long as the rides are within the United States. This is a limited time offer and it ends June 30, 2015.
This kind of partnership is not the first for Uber. The ride-hailing service agreed with American Express last year to let some of its cardholders earn and spend card points through Uber.
The deal with Capital One is a great opportunity as for bank’s cardholders as for Uber. Uber has already gained a reputation for offering consumers cheaper cab options. Now they make their consumers experience more rewarding.
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