American Express and Uber announced today they’re expanding their partnership — and adding more value to three Membership Rewards cards. Plus, American Express® Gold Card members will receive Uber Cash benefits!
Complimentary Uber Eats Pass Subscription
Effective immediately, three Amex cards receive complimentary 12-month subscriptions to Eats Pass — Uber Eats’ subscription service:
Eats Pass is a monthly subscription through Uber Eats offering unlimited $0 delivery fees and 5% off restaurant orders over $15 at eligible restaurants. Plus, subscribers enjoy a $0 delivery fee on grocery deliveries over $30 in select markets. (Taxes and service fees may apply and do not count toward order minimum.)
Amex and Uber value the savings at $119 annually.
The Eats Pass perk must be manually activated no later than December 31, 2021. Uber Eats Pass will auto-bill starting 12 months from initial enrollment in this offer, at then-current monthly rate.
If you’re like me and hold at least two of the above cards, you should be able to stack the Eats Pass subscriptions for about two years.
For example, I have both the Platinum Card® from American Express and American Express® Gold Card. I’ll activate the Eats Pass benefit using my Platinum Card® from American Express membership in the next couple of days, right when I use this month’s $15 Uber Cash perk. In 12 months, I’ll cancel the Uber Eats subscription — and then reactivate it with my American Express® Gold Card.
Remember to start your Uber Eats orders through DO$H and get cashback on eligible orders.
Monthly Uber Cash Deposits for the Amex Gold Card!
The American Express® Gold Card now offers members a monthly $10 Uber Cash deposit that can be used toward Uber rides or Uber Eats food delivery.
I use my Platinum Card® from American Express‘s Uber Cash deposits each month for Uber Eats. So I’m happy to receive even more value from my card membership. Plus, getting $25 Uber Cash each month — from my Gold and Platinum cards — plus the Eats Pass is something I’ll definitely use.
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