The Uber Credit Card foreign transaction fee is $0. This means Barclays – the card’s issuer – will not assess an international surcharge on purchases made with the Uber Credit Card outside of the U.S. The Uber Credit Card is one of a handful of Barclays cards with $0 foreign transaction fees. Barclays credit cards that do have a foreign transaction fee charge 3%.
There’s more to the Uber Credit Card than just no foreign fee. When you spend $500 in the first 90 days your account is open, you’ll earn a bonus of $100. The bonus is worth $100 and you can redeem it for cash back, gift cards or Uber credits. The Uber Credit Card also offers up to 4 points per $1 spent on purchases.
You’ll get 4 points/$1 at restaurants, including the UberEATS app. You’ll get 3 points/$1 spent on airfare, hotels and vacation rentals. And you’ll get 2 points/$1 for online purchases including Uber, music/video streaming services, and online shopping. All other purchases get you 1 point/$1. There’s also an annual credit of up to $50 for online subscription services when you spend at least $5,000 with the Uber card in a year.
So, no on the Uber Credit Card foreign fee, and yes on plenty of rewards.
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