The American Express® Gold Card, meanwhile, offers cardholders up to $120 a year in Uber Cash credits ($10 a month), while the American Express Platinum Card® offers up to $200 a year in Uber credits – $15 a month, with a $20 Bonus in December, plus free Uber VIP status.
Also, starting this morning, Capital One Savor Cash Rewards, Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards, Capital One SavorOne Student and Capital One Quicksilver Student cardholders can now earn 10% cash back when they use their card to pay Uber rides or food orders through Uber Eats and get a free Uber One membership through November 14, 2024.
Ridesharing services and rewards are only growing in popularity and luckily for us, included features like these are becoming more of an expectation than a bonus when it comes to reputable travel rewards cards.
Which is probably why Chase just announced an additional feature for Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardholders: Lyft Pink All Access membership for up to two years, plus a 50% discount for the third year ( the subscription is automatically renewed every year). Below, Select outlines everything you need to know about this new benefit, valued at up to $199 a year.
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Lyft Pink All Access Membership as a new Chase Sapphire Reserve benefit
Chase Sapphire Reserve®
Earn 5x total points on flights and 10x total points on hotels and car rentals when you purchase travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards® immediately after the first $300 has been spent annually on travel purchases. Earn 3X points on other trips and restaurants and 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases, plus 10X points on Lyft rides through March 2025
Earn 80,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months of account opening
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The Chase Sapphire Reserve® is already one of the most attractive travel rewards credit cards on the market, with included benefits such as world-class travel insurance and car rental collision damage coverage, access to airport lounges and up to $ 300 in annual travel statement credits, among many others. It also currently offers an impressive welcome bonus of 80,000 bonus points after new cardholders spend $4,000 within the first three months of account opening.
Starting November 15, 2022, the deal will be even sweeter, as the Chase Sapphire Reserve® will now offer its cardholders two years of free Lyft Pink All Access membership, after which a third year will be available for a 50% discount. %. Lyft Pink All Access is the most expensive of all Lyft memberships, and this new cardholder benefit represents $199 a year worth.
Chase Sapphire Reserve previously offered a free year of Lyft Pink membership, albeit in a scaled-down version, when you registered your card by March 31, 2022. A Lyft Pink All Access membership includes benefits such as:
- Free priority pickup upgrades on Lyft rides, saving riders an average of $3–$4 per ride
- Lower prices, including at least 5% off Lux, Preferred and XL rides
- Free cancellation of the ride up to three times a month
- In-app roadside assistance for your car, free up to four times a year
- Free car rental upgrades through its partner, SIXT
- Unlimited free 45 minute classic bike rides
- Unlimited free unlocks of e-bikes and scooters
- Discounted rates for e-bikes and scooters
- Three bike or scooter guest cards per year
- Save on food delivery through its partner Grubhub+
To activate your Lyft Pink All Access membership benefit, you will need to set Chase Sapphire Reserve as your default payment method in the Lyft app. You can then go to the “Lyft Pink” tab and tap “Join.”
Note that the card also lets you earn 10 points per dollar on Lyft rides through March 31, 2025. Because Chase Ultimate Rewards® points can be worth up to 2 cents (or sometimes more) in travel rewards when you transfer them to one any of its 14 airline and hotel partners, including Marriott Bonvoy, World of Hyatt, IHG One Rewards, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines, among others, which could potentially mean you receive a 20% return on your spend Lyft.
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