Yes, Capital One Quicksilver cards issued on the Mastercard network do offer price protection. The price protection benefit covers certain items purchased entirely with your eligible Capital One Quicksilver card and reimburses price differences up to $250 per claim if you see the same item advertised at a lower price within 120 days of the purchase date shown on your receipt.
Capital One Quicksilver price protection is a benefit offered through the Mastercard network, so to see more details, just log in to your Capital One online account, select your Capital One Quicksilver account and click “Read about Card Benefits” under the “I Want to” menu. You can match the card type to the one listed on your statement.
What you should know about the price protection benefit
Overall, credit card price protection benefits are becoming harder to find. That’s because price-tracking technology has made it easier for cardholders to file price protection claims. Prior to these technological advances, cardholders had to manually track and research prices and file a claim within the time limit. Most found it tedious and chose not to take the time and effort to submit a claim.
Now, the increase in price protection claim payouts has made the benefit too expensive for credit card companies to maintain, Capital One being one of the few issuers who still offers it through some of their eligible cards.
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