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Uber Credit Card

Cash back, Uber credits, and more ๐Ÿ’ณ

The Uber Credit Card offers:

๐Ÿฝ 4% back on dining

โœˆ๏ธ 3% back on hotel and air fair

๐Ÿ–ฅ 2% for online purchases

๐Ÿ˜ป 1% back on everything else

There's no annual fee. Also earn $100 after spending $500 on purchases in the first 90 days.

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Nick Abouzeid
Hunter
Marketing @ MainStreet
Uber is getting into the credit card industry, offering a competitive 4% back on restaurants/dining, 3% on travel, 2% on ecommerce, and 1% overall cash back. This is an impressive offer (most cards max out at 2-3%, and I only know of a single AMEX card that has offered more than 4% on restaurants - and that was just for a special promo). Incredibly excited for this. Already set my calendar.
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Adam DePasquaFounder of To Eat List
@nickabouzeid I'm a CC nerd. This is quite exciting and blows away cards at no annual fee rates. ๐Ÿ’ณ
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@nickabouzeid With the Chase Sapphire Reserve you get 3x points on Travel AND Dining and those points can be redeemed for 1.5ยข/pt. So you get 4.5% cash back on Dining + Travel and 1.5% cash back on everything else. Uber card is only better on e-commerce (which if you're spending that much online, it's probably on Amazon and you should get the 5% cash back Amazon card).
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@chris_hutchins sure but for average person who doesn't want to spend $450 on CSR then this is a great card. Personally I won't be applying for this as I have the CSR.
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Nick Abouzeid
Hunter
Marketing @ MainStreet
@chris_hutchins Quynh hit the nail on the head: the Uber card doesn't include the annual $450 fee, which probably makes this a better investment overall for most spenders. Seems like a simple enough Google Doc to build though! (maybe a fun weekend project ๐Ÿค”)
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Noah Kim
Product Design @ FB
@nickabouzeid @chris_hutchins +1 Amazon Visa was awesome at 3% cash back, but ever since 5% w/ no annual fee, for me and my family, it's THE card to have.
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Tiago DuarteFront-end Developer
"This offer is available only to applicants who are residents of the United States, with the exception of Puerto Rico and the US territories" ๐Ÿ˜ข Is there a EU-valid credit card that comes anywhere close to this?
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Mihai AncaPayments Engineer at Coinbase
@hellotiago No. EU capped the interchange fee to 0.3%, not much left so that banks can afford to give out rewards. So on the upside merchants will have to pay much less for card processing.
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Austin Smith
Founder/CEO, Capiche
As always, The Points Guy has the best pros/cons breakdown on this: https://thepointsguy.com/2017/10...
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The 4% back on dining is appealing but I still don't think it rivals the Amazon card that gets you a whopping 5% back on Amazon purchases ๐Ÿ˜
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Kevin ClaylandMobile UI/UX Designer at Birst
@yefim True. I was considering getting this card until I realized most of my purchases are on amazon. theres no way I could eat out at the rate I buy things on amazon.
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Nick Abouzeid
Hunter
Marketing @ MainStreet
@yefim The trick is... why can't you get both?
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Kunal Bhatia
Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@yefim @nickabouzeid setting up the rotation is key. For me, having 3-4 cards for specific purposes works. Beyond that, it would get confusing!
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Nick Abouzeid
Hunter
Marketing @ MainStreet
@yefim @kunalslab I won't tell you how many cards are in my wallet then... ๐Ÿค”
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Kunal Bhatia
Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@yefim @nickabouzeid I should have clarified. 3-4 regularly in the rotation! I have a bunch of one off cards that I'll use sparingly, like JetBlue for JetBlue purchases only. I just don't keep them all in my wallet ๐Ÿ™‚
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Zach Dubos
Building robots @ FTC
The phone insurance on this seems amazing. $25 deductibles, and it covers up to $600 in damage per incident. A lot of people are going to feel comfortable going caseless now.
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So nobody really cares that this is just a data grab by a company that has a history of not being good Keepers of there data? OK
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orliesaurus
Lasers handler
Interesting! To me personally, the most exciting part is the "No Foreign Transaction Fees On Purchases Outside the U.S." However I wonder if that means I can travel to Australia and not feel bad every time I use the credit card?
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Justin LamPM@MSFT - Bottle Flip 2k16 Creator
@orliesaurus If it's anything like the Amazon Visa credit card, then yes. As a Canadian who makes a lot of USD purchases, no foreign transaction fees is a godsend.
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ArunHappiness Engineer, Automattic
@orliesaurus exactly.
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@orliesaurus @justinonthelam Has Chase announced that they will discontinue the Amazon.ca credit card? I know the card is no longer open for applications, just wondering if they are keeping it for current customers.
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Justin LamPM@MSFT - Bottle Flip 2k16 Creator
@orliesaurus @askdaylen Hey sorry for the late reply. I haven't heard anything about the credit card being discontinued, and I'm really hoping it stays that way.
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Mike BarwickA builder of things.
Cool. But my question is - why!?
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Chris Moore
Product Builder
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Matti Heubner
Marketing at Iris Health
Interesting! Will this be US only?
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@mattiheubner looks like it.
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ArunHappiness Engineer, Automattic
@mattiheubner that's the case for now. Will likely expand based on challenges involved.
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Sambruce Joseph
Product Designer
@mattiheubner Everything nice always starts rolling in US first
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Daniel Jรถrgdigital strategist
@mattiheubner @sambrucejoseph yeah, unfortunately. I need to get more patient :)
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Sven van der Zee
Founder Orderli & PlayStudio Apps
It's cool, but I don't like credit cards
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