Earn Extra Rewards on Uber Eats with Capital One Credit Cards
At the moment, COVID-19 still remains the burning issue of the day. In this regard, food delivery from restaurants is more in demand than ever. One of the largest credit card issuers, Capital One, understands this and therefore offers its customers the opportunity to get additional bonuses on food delivery. To be more precise, now eligible Capital One credit cardholders can earn rewards for ordering food through Uber Eats.
Uber Eats is a large online food delivery service, operating since 2014. Using the Uber Eats website or mobile app, users can choose dishes from online menus and order food from participating restaurants or small local cafes and then track its path until the very arrival. All offers in the service can be sorted by distance and type of cuisine.
Earlier, the issuer already introduced additional rewards redemption options for Food Delivery and Takeout purchases for holders of Venture® Rewards, VentureOne® Rewards, Spark® Miles for Business, and Spark® Miles Select for Business credit cards. The offer will expire after September 30.
The new offer is also limited in time. It is possible to take advantage of it from July 14, 2020 up to January 31, 2021. All orders made with the food delivery service will bring Capital One customers 5% cash back or 5 miles for every dollar spent, with no caps. The benefit is available for owners of credit cards from the Savor and Venture lines.
No activation is needed. Simply pay for any Uber Eats order directly with your participating card and get the rewards into the account within 1-2 billing cycles. Unfortunately, payments made with PayPal, digital wallets (e.g. Apple Pay, Google Pay), or other third-party payment accounts do not qualify.
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