Possible 75% cash back on first UberEats order

Giving Assistant is offering “up to 75% cash back” on your first UberEats order. It’s a little unclear as to what what qualifies for 75% back (apart from the fact that it must be your first order), but it might be worth a shot if you’ve never ordered from UberEats.

The Deal

Quick Thoughts

This might be a great deal. My experiences with Giving Assistant have always been positive, but this deal is sufficiently vague to not be 100% confident that it will pan out. I can’t find specific terms explaining what determines whether or not you get 75% cash back. Giving Assistant has two tiers — “Savvy Shopper” and “Power User”. If you chose “Power User”, you must give up $5.99 per year of your cash back earnings and in return you can earn double cash back at select merchants. To change your setting, go to My Account–>Account Settings—>Membership. You can then change the type of membershipp as pictured below.

This may be what they mean by “up to 75% cash back” — it may be 37.5% without that. It is also possible that not all orders qualify for 75% back, but I don’t see any terms with more detail on what they mean.

Still, this might be worth a gamble if you can accept the risk of the unknown. I’m currently in an area that does not have UberEats, so I can’t immediately test this one. However, I’ll be in New York next week for FTU NYC, so I might give this one a shot then if it’s still available as I’ve never ordered from UberEats before (it’s not available in my home area and I typically use GrubHub / Caviar out of habit when traveling). Uber credits from the personal versions of the Amex Platinum card have also been working with UberEats, so there is a nice stacking opportunity possible.

H/T: PointsLover at reddit

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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