Now Pay for Uber with Their New Credit Card

Uber announced its own credit card in collaboration with Barclays and Visa at Money 2020 Conference, Las Vegas. This credit card will ease its customers and will also provide access to incredibly customer information. Now Pay for Uber with Their New Credit Card.

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Now customers availing services of ride hailing Uber, will be able to apply for credit card via Uber App from Nov. 2, 2017. According to company this process will just take minutes and customers will be able to add Uber Visa credit Card to their Wallets. However the physical card will arrive customer in a week.

Now Pay for Uber with Their New Credit Card

Uber Credit Card will be free of cost and also offers bonus of $100 if customers spends $500 on purchase within first 90 days. The company promised to give back 4% on restaurants and bar purchases, 3% on airfare, hotels and Airbnb, 2% back on online purchases andb back on everything else.

David Richter, global head of business & corporate development, Uber said:

“We are always looking for unique ways to surprise and delight our riders, which is the reason we built the Uber Visa Card. “We partnered with Barclays to design a credit card that is not only custom-tailored to reward our customers’ everyday lifestyle, but is also fully integrated into the Uber app experience.”


Among other perks, Uber card will also give a small $50 annual credit toward online subscriptions, like Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime, if the customer spends $5,000 on the card in a year. The Uber Visa Credit Card will have no foreign transaction fees when used outside the U.S. and no annual fee.

It seems that the main target audience of Uber Visa Credit Card are Uber riders however the redemption rates will definitely compel general audience aswell.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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