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Uber Visa

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No annual fee!
4% back on dining at restaurants, takeout, bars and UberEats
3% back on hotel and airfare
2% back for online purchases, including Uber, online shopping, video and music streaming services
1% back on everything else
$100 cash back when you spend at least $500 on purchases within the first 90 days
Up to a $50 credit for online subscription services after you spend $5,000 or more on your card per year
Up to $600 for mobile phone damage or theft when you pay your mobile phone bill with your card
Receive invites to exclusive events and offers in select U.S. cities
No foreign transaction fees
Redeem points for Uber credits, gift cards, or cash back

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Is there a better card for dining out Cashback?

Not sure why all the downvotes.
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Is there a better card for dining out Cashback?

Not sure why all the downvotes.
Probably down voted since it's a repost of a many month old thread
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Probably down voted since it's a repost of a many month old thread
Fair enough. Still I'd like to know if there is a better one for dining out. As it's the one I'm using.
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Thank you op i didn't know
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Fair enough. Still I'd like to know if there is a better one for dining out. As it's the one I'm using.
Chase sapphire reserve gives you the same rewards points. the downside is that there is a annual fee for the card. many argues that the amount of perks that the chase sapphire reserve gives pays back the annual fee. the reward tier for chase reserve makes it definitely one of the top tier churning cards.

uber visa is great because there is no annual fee. it is a great starter card. if you think you can spend enough to warrant the chase sapphire then i recommend to go with chase. if you're not spending a whole lot the uber visa is the perfect card.

if you are wanting more info between the cards check out the churning subreddit or check out the tons of videos/blogs on the pros and cons of each of the cards. good luck!
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Chase sapphire reserve gives you the same rewards points. the downside is that there is a annual fee for the card. many argues that the amount of perks that the chase sapphire reserve gives pays back the annual fee. the reward tier for chase reserve makes it definitely one of the top tier churning cards.

uber visa is great because there is no annual fee. it is a great starter card. if you think you can spend enough to warrant the chase sapphire then i recommend to go with chase. if you're not spending a whole lot the uber visa is the perfect card.

if you are wanting more info between the cards check out the churning subreddit or check out the tons of videos/blogs on the pros and cons of each of the cards. good luck!
The catch is that it is only the same rate if you are redeeming for travel, as it is an effective 4.5% cash back for travel. If you are looking for strictly cash back, this is the best. Only if you value benefits like airport lounge access and primary car rental insurance is the CSR worth going for. Value wise, not counting sign up bonuses, this card is superb if you don't go after the fluff. After all this one also give you a digital subscription credit and cellphone protection insurance given you meet minimum spending on subscription services and pay your phone bill with it.
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good post, had trouble finding it in the search!
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