Uber Eats Amex Offer: Spend $15 & Get $5 Back (Limit 2)

A new Uber Eats Amex Offer appeared yesterday that’s offering $5 back when spending $15 or more. This appears to be targeted, so check all your cards to see if you have it on any of them.

Uber Eats Amex Offer Spend $15 Get $5 Back x2

The Deal

  • Get a $5 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to make a single purchase of $15 or more on the Uber Eats mobile app or online at ubereats.com.

Key Terms

  • Expires March 6, 2020.
  • Offer valid online only for purchases made on ubereats.com or through the Uber Eats: Food Delivery Network mobile app.
  • Valid only on US website and US mobile app.
  • Taxes, Delivery Fee and Service Fee still apply.
  • Excludes gift card purchases.
  • Excludes authorized retailers.
  • Offer is non-transferable.
  • Limit of 2 statement credits (total of $10 back) per Card Member.

Quick Thoughts

This is a nice offer if you were targeted for it as it can save you up to a third on Uber Eats orders. As noted above, you have to spend $15 in a single purchase in order to trigger the statement credit, but that amount can include the delivery fees, tip, tax, etc.

There might be a version of the offer that gives 500 Membership Rewards points instead of $5, but we didn’t have it on any of our cards. If there is a Membership Rewards version of the offer, you’ll be able to load that to one card and a statement credit version of the offer to a different card if you were lucky enough to be targeted for both.

About Stephen Pepper

Stephen Pepper is on a 5 year, 50 state road trip with his wife Shae and their dog Truffles. Finding opportunities to earn miles and points is one of the ways they can afford to do this, so he'll try to help you do the same for your own travels.

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