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Save 21.5% on your Uber rides and 2 free Uber rides for new members


Uber has rolled out an excellent promotion for Capital One Quick Silver credit card holders. Through April 30, 2016 You can get 20% back in statement credit on all your Uber rides when you add  Quicksilver From Capital One or QuicksilverOne From Capital One to your Uber account and pay with that that card.

Your statement credit will appear within 2 billing cycles.

 

Get 20% back on your Uber Rides

Get 20% back on your Uber Rides

 

For Starters, Uber is on demand service that connects you with a car from the touch of your phone.  If you are new to Uber, you can also signup for uber using the code CAPITALONE to get 2 free rides ($30 worth).  You can follow this post for more details about Uber.

 

Get 2 Free rides if you are new to Uber

Get 2 Free rides if you are new to Uber

 

You need to add and use one of the below credits to get 20% statement credit.

Quicksilver From Capital One

  • No Annual fee
  • Earn a one-time bonus of $100 by spending $500 on purchases within the first 3 months
  • Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, every day
  • 0% intro APR until January 2016

 

QuicksilverOne From Capital One

  • Annual Fee $39
  • Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, every day
  • 0% intro APR until January 2016

 

Things you should know

  • You will get 20% on domestic as well as international trips
  • You will receive 1.5% cash back on the full value of your Uber fare in addition to the 20% statement credit, so you are saving 21.5%  on your Uber ride

 

Conclusion:

Through April 30, 2016 you can get 20% back in statement credit on all your Uber rides when you pay with Quicksilver From Capital One or QuicksilverOne From Capital One

If you are regular user of Uber, you can save a lot of money with this promotion. You will get 1.5% cashback on top of the 20% statement credit, saving you a total of 21.5% on your Uber rides.

 

 

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