Uber Partners with Capital One

Uber's ride-sharing mobile app. Photo courtesy of Uber.
Uber's ride-sharing mobile app. Photo courtesy of Uber.

Uber and Capital One Financial Corp. have announced a partnership that offers Capital One cardholders and Uber riders new ways to save.

Capital One Quicksilver cardholders will receive 20% back as a statement credit on all Uber rides through April 2016 when they pay using their Quicksilver or QuicksilverOne card, according to the company.

Additionally, for a limited time, any eligible Capital One cardholder who is new to Uber will receive their first two rides free, up to $30 per ride.

“Capital One remains focused on delivering value to our customers through convenient and innovative digital solutions that make their lives easier,” said Todd Kennedy, senior vice president, US Card, Capital One. "This partnership is a great opportunity to further save our cardholders time and money by helping make the Uber experience more rewarding.“

The Quicksilver offer does not require any additional sign-up or registration.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Capital One, a company that shares our vision of creating elegant, simple solutions to meet important consumer needs,” said David Richter, vice president, strategic initiatives, Uber. “Together, we’ll provide a meaningful combination of savings and convenience to millions of customers.”

For more information, visit www.capitalone.com/uber.

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