Capital One Quicksilver: Get Every 10th Ride Free on Uber (Up to $15)

Uber / Cap One DealThe Capital One Quicksilver card used to be hands-down the best card to use on Uber purchases, thanks to the 20% statement credit on every ride promotion. Unfortunately, that offer expired in April 2016 and there hasn’t been anything like it available since then.

That changed today when Uber announced it would be introducing a new loyalty program called Payment Rewards. As part of the new program, through March 2017, Uber is offering every 10th ride for free (up to $15) when you pay with a Capital One Quicksilver or QuicksilverOne card.
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Chase Freedom Extends Bonus 5% Cash Back at Wholesale Clubs Through End of 2016

chase-freedom-warehouse-clubsThis quarter, from April 1 through June 30, Chase Freedom cardmembers can earn 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in purchases at grocery stores and wholesale clubs. Chase probably originally picked wholesale clubs as a bonus category for this quarter to coincide with Costco’s transition to accepting Visa cards, as a reminder that “Hey, now you can use the Freedom card there, too!”

Well, the Costco transition from American Express to Visa has taken longer than expected, and as a result, Chase Freedom cardmembers would have only had between June 20 and June 30 to take advantage of the 5% bonus at Costco.
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Discover Expands Free Credit Score Access to the General Public

Free Discover FICO ScoreNot so long ago, it wasn’t possible to get a copy of your credit score without paying for it. Fortunately, due to the advocacy of consumer watchdogs and agencies such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, it’s become easier than ever to access your score. Now, a number of banks offer this information for free to their customers.

Up to this point, however, nearly all credit card issuers required an existing relationship in order to get a free score. Discover is looking to change that, once again taking a leadership role in expanding credit score access. In 2013, it was the first major credit card issuer to provide free credit scores (from TransUnion) to their customers on their monthly statements. On Friday, it is announcing it will become the first credit card issuer to provide free credit scores from Experian to the general public.
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PNC Cardholders: Get $10 for Trying Visa Checkout

PNC Visa Checkout OfferThrough June 15, 2016, PNC credit or debit cardholders can get a $10 statement credit for trying out Visa Checkout.

Launched by Visa nearly two years ago, Visa Checkout is an online check out service similar to PayPal. It can be accessed using any web-enabled mobile device, and can store any major credit or debit card–not just Visa cards–so that consumers don’t have to re-enter billing and shipping information.
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Get a $20 Starbucks eGift Card for $10 with Visa Checkout

Starbucks / Visa CheckoutFor a limited time, when you buy a Starbucks eGift Card of at least $10, you’ll get an additional $10 in credit when you pay with Visa Checkout. For example, if you spend $10, you’ll get a $20 gift card. Or you can spend $20 to get a $30 gift card. This offer is valid for the first 325,000 customers between May 3 and May 17, 2016. Limit one bonus per person.

Note: The bonus won’t be reflected at checkout but will be confirmed in your email receipt. This is an unfortunate way to do things, as there’s no way to tell if the bonus is still available until after you’ve made the purchase. As of the time of this post, the offer was still valid, but it’s unknown how much longer supplies will last. It’s safe to say, though, that this deal is going fast. For more info, see this link. (HT to SD)

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