How to Get up to $35 in Uber Credits This Month

Dec 3, 2018

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Just in time for the holidays, stock your Uber account with up to $35 in credits. The Platinum Card® from American Express comes with up to $200 in annual Uber credits — and you’ll get the largest share of that sum during the month of December.

Amex breaks the annual Uber credits down by month. For January through November, you’ll get $15 in monthly Uber credits. However, at the end of the year in December, card holders get more than double that amount to use on rides throughout the month. The credits won’t roll over into January, so be sure to use the $35 before Dec. 31, 2018.

If you’re new to the Platinum Card, be sure to register the card in your Uber app in order to take advantage of the $200 in annual credits. In addition, if you’re looking to use part (or all) of your credits on a ride, be sure your credits are selected before requesting a ride.

The annual Uber credits are just one of the many benefits of the Platinum Card. The card currently comes with a welcome bonus of 60,000 points after you spend $5,000 in the first three months. You’ll earn 5x Membership Rewards points on flights booked directly with airlines or Amex Travel, as well as on eligible hotels booked through Amex Travel. In addition, you’ll get up to $200 in annual airline fee credits, a credit for Global Entry, Centurion Lounge access and much more.

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