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The Best Credit Cards For Food Delivery Services Of October 2021

Many restaurants have reopened for outdoor or limited indoor dining and it’s tempting to occasionally go out for a meal. However, as the weather changes, our inclination to hibernate becomes that more pronounced. It’s only a matter of time until you grow tired of cooking or miss having a favorite meal from a nearby restaurant.

Thankfully, there’s a solution. In the years leading up to this crisis, several food delivery services have launched and grown in cities around the U.S. That means that you aren’t necessarily stuck eating your own cooking the whole time you’re following social distancing guidelines.

Even better, as food delivery services battle for dominance in the market, some have teamed up with credit card issuers to provide bonus points, discounts and special benefits to woo potential customers. Let’s review these benefits and show you some of the best credit cards for food delivery services.

Best Travel Rewards Credit Cards for Food Delivery Services

While you may not think that a premium travel rewards credit card would offer many benefits when it comes to food delivery service, you’ll be happy to know that you can rack up travel rewards and save on delivery at the same time with a number of travel rewards credit card options.

New American Express Uber Benefits

American Express has added a benefit that will complement the existing card benefits nicely. The Platinum Card® from American Express, American Express® Gold Card and American Express® Green Card* Members have access to a complimentary Eats Pass Membership for up to 12 months. Eats Pass is a monthly subscription through Uber Eats that offers unlimited deliveries with no fee and 5% off orders over $15 at participating restaurants. Grocery deliveries over $30 in select markets will also have no delivery fee at participating grocery stores. This is a value of up to $119 (typically $9.99/month). Card Members must enroll by December 31, 2021. Terms apply. Learn more here.

American Express® Gold Card

If you are looking for one of the best cards for food delivery services, the American Express Gold Card is an excellent choice. This card earns 4 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent at restaurant purchases, and that includes purchases made with major food delivery services as long as they are coded as a restaurant by American Express.

You can also use this card to Earn 4 Membership Rewards points per dollar at restaurants, including takeout and delivery, and earn 4 Membership Rewards points per dollar at U.S. supermarkets (on up to $25,000 per calendar year in purchases, then 1 point per dollar), 3 Membership Rewards points per dollar on flights booked directly with airlines or through American Express travel. All other eligible purchases earn 1 point per dollar. This card has a $250 annual fee (see rates & fees).

In addition, American Express Gold Card cardholders get up to $10 per month in statement credits toward purchases made with food delivery services Grubhub and Seamless or with Boxed, The Cheesecake Factory, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and participating Shake Shack locations. Between the bonus point earnings and up to $120 per year in statement credits, the Amex Gold Card is an easy choice for food delivery services.

A new benefit as of February 2021 is a $10 per month Uber cash bonus, which can also be used on U.S. Uber rides and Uber Eats when your Gold card is added to your Uber account.

Chase Sapphire Reserve®

The next-best reliably-good credit card for food delivery services is the Chase Sapphire Reserve®. This card will earn 5 points per dollar on air travel and 10 points per dollar on hotels and car rentals when you purchase travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards® immediately after the first $300 is spent on travel purchases annually. Earn 3 points per dollar on other travel and dining and 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases. You can not only see bonuses when you earn with the Sapphire Reserve, you can also use Chase’s Pay Yourself Back feature at 1.5 cents per Ultimate Rewards point.  This program applies to purchases in select rotating categories.

Best Cash Back Credit Cards for Food Delivery Services

During this time of uncertainty, cash is certainly going to be king for many. Thankfully, there are several credit cards that offer cash back for food delivery service purchases.

Savor® Rewards from Capital One®*

For those looking to maximize cash back across all food delivery services, the Savor® Rewards from Capital One®* should be your go-to card. This card  will earn unlimited 4% cash back on dining, entertainment and popular streaming services, 3% cash back at grocery stores and 1% on all other purchases. Data points show that this includes major meal delivery services like Seamless, Uber Eats, GrubHub, DoorDash and Postmates. This card has a $95 annual fee.

Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards Credit Card

One of the best returns on a no-annual-fee credit card is going to come from the Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards Credit Card.  Cardholders will earn unlimited 3% cash back on dining, entertainment, popular streaming services and grocery stores (which excludes superstores like Walmart and Target) and 1% on all other purchases. Plus, earn 8% cash back on tickets at Vivid Seats through January 2023

Other Credit Cards With Food Delivery Service Benefits

In addition to the cards listed above, there are other credit cards that provide bonus points or benefits only with certain food delivery services.

American Express® Green Card*

The American Express Green Card advertises 3 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent on travel, transit and restaurants. Other purchases earn 1 point per dollar. While this bonus category doesn’t explicitly include meal delivery services, cardmembers have reported that purchases with Uber Eats and GrubHub have earned 3 points per dollar, but Postmates purchases don’t seem to trigger bonus points.

The Platinum Card® from American Express

An honorable mention also goes to The Platinum Card from American Express. One of the marquis benefits of this card is $15 per month in Uber Cash, with a bonus $20 ($35 total) in December when you link your card to your Uber account. Cardholders stuck at home can use this Uber Cash benefit to pay for U.S. Uber  purchases, including eligible Eats purchases.

However, you won’t want to use the card for food delivery service purchases after exhausting this credit. The ongoing rewards rate on this card is 5 Membership Rewards points per dollar for flights booked directly with airlines or with American Express Travel on up to $500,000 per calendar year, 5 Membership Rewards points per dollar on prepaid hotels booked with American Express Travel and 1 point per dollar on all other eligible purchases. It also has a high annual fee of $695 (Terms apply. See Rates & Fees), but the fee may be worth it with the other travel credits as well as those from Uber Eats.

Staying Safe When Using Food Delivery Services

To prevent the continued spread of COVID-19, health departments worldwide implore everyone to maintain physical distance from others. Even if you long for a brief social interaction, you should heed this advice when ordering from food delivery services.

Uber Eats, DoorDash, GrubHub and Seamless now have a new contactless delivery option. Even if you don’t have direct interaction as part of the delivery, it’s still smart to wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds between unpacking your food and eating it.

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Hungry? Find the food you crave and order from restaurants easily with the Uber Eats app. Track your food order in real-time. Get your food delivered by delivery people using the Uber Eats app.

FIND YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANTS
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PICKUP OR DELIVERY
Now you can also order food ahead for Pickup instead of just ordering delivery. Select Pickup, add food items to your cart and go to the restaurant to get your food. Or, choose the new no-contact delivery option and request your order be left at your doorstep.

EASY PAYMENT
Pay easily with a credit card or Uber Cash. Add a different card easily.
Enter a Uber Eats promo code to redeem a discount on your food order.
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4.8 out of 5

4.2M Ratings

One driver ruins it all

App works fairly well, so far food orders perfect until last night. Order #6A7F4 with driver Courtney in Tampa.
Ordered from Deeya Indian Food in Clearwater FL. Was estimated 30 minutes. Assigned to driver Courtney. Had only a 60% rating, not sure why she is even allowed to continue to deliver with that lack of respect for the customer that they rated her 60. As order picked up, somehow, without my authorization, she was assigned another delivery from the same restaurant, and this extended my delivery to from 25 to 35 minutes. Why am I paying for colder food? Then, 8 minutes before my scheduled delivery, my order shows delivered. Yeah, the moron of a driver looks to have delivered both orders to the first stop. Even Ubereats couldn’t get a hold of driver. Sure my money was refunded, but that is not good enough. I want to know what happens to the driver, should be banned from Uber and or ubereats for at least a year, and I should at a minimal get a free meal. I sat and waited an hour, starving....and eventually had to go out and get my own food....wonder how quickly I will use ubereats again.....or recommend to others....NOT. If Ubereats want to keep me as a customer......something should be done more then, oh we so sorry...we will refund you ok......

Very very disappointed customer.....

Hi, the ETA times are estimates and not guaranteed. A variety of external factors like delay in food preparation, heavy traffic or road construction can impact travel time. However, we want to take a closer look at this. Thus, request you to send a quick note at https://help.uber.com/eaters so we can take it up from there.

Hit or miss

Alot of my issues here arent the drivers. For the most part they are pretty good. Or what they are delivering is closed up in a bag and they cant verify its all there. My issues are mostly app related. Like constantly telling me if i added notes to my address it would be easier for drivers to find me. Literally am that one person that has detailed landmark instructions on how to find me. Maybe look at those notes and dont consider me having a conversation with the driver about literally anything else as they are lost. Maybe i want to make sure they actually did my drink iced this time cause for some reason the coffee place near me it does not see it as iced on thier end even though the app has it listed as iced. Today its decided i must speak spanish and changed all of my notifications to spanish. I know i order ALOT of mexican food but cmon. We like burritos at work, its a thing. And my fave thing EVER is that time i accidently typed in the wrong tip amount and since i was at work did not notice tiljust past an hour after it was ordered, and instead of dude getting 2$ (he was rude) he got 200$ and even being a platinum member couldnt fix that. I mean i can tip drivers within i think 24 hours, but eats nope. So in conclusion, i like my drivers, its the app that needs improvement. And can we seriously just make the tip time limit longer, i cant always get to my phone within the hour time limit and sometimes i want to up the tip.

Terrible App Complete Garbage

Let me just start with saying Door Dash refunds are instantaneous. Now, I am making a point to leave this review because what happened to me is wrong. So, I ordered food for my wife yesterday and it was delayed four times before we decided to simply cancel the order in its entirety. I was on the phone with customer support to have the order canceled and support told me to stay on the line while they connected with their driver. This was to let them know the order was being canceled, then all the sudden on my app when I was still on the phone with Uber eats support mind you. My order gets completed? So, without the order ever even coming within 20 minute radius even near my wife my card gets charged because the driver was given a heads up by Uber eats to cancel my order i.e. mark it as completed. Not to mention I had to call customer support 3 times so they could understand I wanted a refund to my card and not my Uber eats account. Really, Who wants to spend money on a app that literally doesn’t work for the consumer? Worst experience I have ever had and with no recommence from Uber eats I’m out 23 bucks for 3-5 business days and no credits in my account for all the bull. I should’ve gotten some kind of, “I’m sorry” credits from Uber eats but apparently my past history of ordering from them over $300+ means nothing to them.

Hi, this certainly sounds frustrating. Let's make sure we follow up with you on this. Please send a quick note to https://help.uber.com/eaters so we can connect.

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This is the third article of a six part series on setting up your rideshare business. Last time, we explained why it’s important to set up a business checking account.  Today, we’ll cover business credit cards and give you some tips for applying for your first business card.

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Find out why every rideshare driver needs to have their own business credit card in order to separate their personal transactions from business.

Day 1 – Should You Form An LLC For Your New Rideshare Business?

Day 2 – Setting Up Your Rideshare Business Checking Account

Day 3 – Applying For Your First Rideshare Business Credit Card

Day 4 – What’s The Best Way To Track Your Income & Expenses?

Day 5 – What Are The Best Apps To Track Your Mileage?

Day 6 – Everything You Need To Know About Rideshare Taxes

Business and Gas Credit Cards

Once you’ve settled on a business entity and opened up a separate checking account, the next thing you’ll want to look into is a business credit card.  Now most of you probably have never opened a business credit card before but the process is nearly identical to that of a personal card.  But before we get into the specifics, let’s go over why you would want a separate business credit card.

Similar to the business checking account, a business credit card is going to vastly simplify your life because it separates your business expenses from your personal ones.  If you’re ever audited, it will also be important to show that you’re not co-mingling any of your personal and business expenses.  If you opt for an LLC, it’s actually a requirement that you don’t do any business spending on your personal cards and vice versa.

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Now one problem that you may run into when applying for a business credit card is that banks often require you to secure the card with your personal credit history.  So that means that if you are going to apply for a business credit card, you are going to need a solid credit score.  Most business cards require good credit (700+) and it helps to have history with your business.  You can try applying for a business credit card using your business’ credit history but that can be very difficult.  And unless you plan on needing a business credit history (for expanding in the future with a bank loan for example) there’s no real reason to go this route.

Business credit card applications are much different than business checking accounts though because the banks are potentially on the hook for however much they give you a credit line for.  So that’s why you can get approved pretty easily for a business checking account but with a business credit card, there are a lot more hoops that you’ll have to jump through.

Debit Card As A Business Credit Card

If your credit isn’t that great, you can always opt for using your business checking account’s debit card as your ‘business credit card’.  That would allow you to keep your business expenses separate from your personal ones and make it easy to pay by card whenever you need to.  You won’t get any type of rewards with a debit card though and you also won’t be afforded any of the credit card protection perks that most personal and business cards offer.

Open A Second Personal Credit Card As A Business Card

Alternatively, you can also use our second account trick from Day 2 and open a separate personal credit card that you would then use solely for your business purchases.  So if you can’t get a business card or don’t want to deal with the hassle, this is probably your next best bet.  There are plenty of good no annual fee cards too that will earn you rewards on every purchase and may even give you a little sign-up bonus.  All of the top card issuers offer entry level cards for consumers with no annual fee and these cards also don’t require super high credit scores.

The important thing to keep in mind here is that the designation of ‘business credit card’ doesn’t matter so much as actually separating your business expenses from your personal ones.  You can really use any type of card (debit, personal, or business) as your business credit card as long as you only put your business purchases on it.

Applying For An Actual Business Credit Card

There is a wide variety of business cards to choose from but I generally like to opt for cards with low or no annual fees and high category spending bonuses.  So for example, if you spend a lot of money on gas, it would be nice to find a card that gives 2-3x points on all purchases at gas stations.

What Should I Put On My Card?

According to the IRS, anything that is an ordinary and necessary expense for your business can be deducted on your taxes.  So with that in mind, any time you make a purchase for your business that is ordinary and necessary, you’ll want to put it on your business credit card.  This ensures that should the IRS contact you about any of your business expenses, you won’t have to dig through a bunch of other personal transactions to prove it was a legitimate business expense.

(Note: Just make sure that if it is a shared expense like a cell phone, you allocate the correct % of business use.  So if you use your cell phone 50% of the time for personal use and 50% for business use, you would still pay for it with your business credit card but then afterwards you need to go in and allocate only 50% of the cost to business use – which will be discussed more in day 4 of the course)

I also like this method since it allows me to quickly see how much I’m spending on things like car washes, mints/gum, water, etc.  Now where it gets tricky though is with expenses that fall under the standard mileage rate.  You can put things like oil changes, cost of gas, maintenance/repairs on your business credit card but if you opt for the standard mileage rate deduction at the end of the year, you won’t be able to count any of those expenses as deductions.

Most drivers will be better off going with the standard mileage rate though so in that case you may not want to put any of your car-related expenses (that fall under the standard mileage rate) on your business credit card.

It might seem like a bit of a hassle to set up and manage your expenses with a business credit card but remember, it’s important to show the IRS that you are a serious businessperson.  And it especially comes into play if the IRS determines your business is a hobby and decides to eliminate some of your deductions.

So what are the best credit cards for new uber drivers?

Best Gas Credit Cards for Rideshare & Delivery Drivers

Gas is a rideshare drivers’ number one expense so it makes sense that you own a great gas Uber credit card.  Fortunately, there are some great options for drivers and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

Click here to compare the best gas credit cards for rideshare and delivery drivers

Best Credit Cards In General for Rideshare & Delivery Drivers

There is a wide array of personal and business Uber credit cards to choose from but many offer enticing sign-up bonuses and points or cash back with each and every purchase.  If you’re already spending a lot of money on your card, it might be time to take a look at some of the latest and greatest offers.

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Uber Visa Credit Card

A popular option with drivers is the Uber credit card by VISA.

Uber Credit Card by VISA

VISA Uber Credit Card

You can sign up for the Uber VISA here: https://www.uber.com/c/uber-credit-card/

It’s not the best card in the world for cash back on gas purchases but if you eat out a lot it has pretty good benefits!

If you’d like to use one of our affiliate links to apply for a new credit card, we will receive a small commission if you’re approved.  We have a list here of all the top personal and business credit cards.

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To ease the cost of ordering food delivery, American Express is now offering select U.S. consumer cardmembers the ability to enroll in a complimentary Uber Eats Pass membership for up to 12 months.

If you’ve been ordering more food delivery amid coronavirus, this new perk can ease the burden of expensive delivery fees and service charges when you order takeout from the Uber Eats app.

With the Uber Eats Pass membership, you may be able to have delivery fees waived and benefit from other money-saving perks.

Here are the eligible consumer American Express cards:

How to enroll in the Amex Uber Eats Pass offer

Eats Pass is a monthly subscription service through Uber Eats that provides unlimited $0 delivery fees and 5% off eligible restaurant orders over $15. Plus you can receive $0 delivery fees on grocery deliveries over $30 in select markets.

The complimentary one-year membership is worth up to $119 since Eats Pass normally costs $9.99 per month. Eligible card members must enroll by December 31, 2021.

In order to take advantage of the Uber Eats Pass offer, follow these steps:

  1. Download or update to the latest version of the Uber Eats App.
  2. Open the app and add your eligible American Express card to the Wallet. If your eligible card is already loaded, just open the Uber Eats app.
  3. Claim your complimentary Uber Eats Pass in the app and confirm enrollment.

New Amex Gold card Uber Cash benefit

In addition to offering Eats Pass on U.S. consumer Green, Gold and Platinum cards, Amex Gold card members will soon receive $10 in Uber Cash each month for up to $120 in annual savings after adding the card to their Uber account. This new perk will start in early 2021. You’ll be able to use Uber Cash for Uber Eats orders or Uber rides in the U.S.

“We know our card members’ lifestyles have shifted over the past several months, with many traveling locally and bringing dining experiences home through their favorite food delivery services," Rachel Stocks, EVP of Global Premium Products and Benefits at American Express, tells Select. "The new Uber offerings coming to the Gold Card will provide card members with rich and relevant value to enhance their lifestyles today and in the future."

This addition to the Gold card is similar to the $200 Uber Cash perk already offered to Platinum card members. To take advantage of these Uber Cash offers, your card must be added as a payment method in your Uber account. Uber Cash and Uber VIP status available to basic card member only.

American Express® Green Card

Information about the American Express® Green Card has been collected independently by CNBC and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer of the card prior to publication.
  • Rewards

    3X Membership Rewards® points on eligible travel, transit and at restaurants worldwide and 1X Membership Rewards® points on all other purchases

  • Welcome bonus

    45,000 Membership Rewards® Points after you spend $2,000 on purchases in the first 6 months of card membership

  • Annual fee

    $150

  • Intro APR

    Not applicable

  • Regular APR

    See Pay Over Time APR

  • Balance transfer fee

    N/A

  • Foreign transaction fee

    None

  • Credit needed

    Excellent/Good

See rates and fees, terms apply.

American Express® Gold Card

  • Rewards

    4X Membership Rewards® points on restaurants (including takeout and delivery, plus, Uber Eats purchases) and at U.S. supermarkets (on up to $25,000 per calendar year in purchases, then 1X), 3X points on flights booked directly with airlines or on amextravel.com, 1X points on all other purchases

  • Welcome bonus

    60,000 Membership Rewards® points after you spend $4,000 on eligible purchases within the first 6 months from account opening

  • Annual fee

    $250

  • Intro APR

    Not applicable

  • Regular APR

    See Pay Over Time APR

  • Balance transfer fee

    N/A

  • Foreign transaction fee

    None

  • Credit needed

    Excellent/Good

See rates and fees, terms apply.

The Platinum Card® from American Express

  • Rewards

    Earn 10X points on eligible purchases on the card at restaurants worldwide and when you shop small in the U.S., on up to $25,000 in combined purchases, during your first 6 months of card membership, 5X points on flights booked directly with airlines or with American Express Travel (starting January 1, 2021, this applies on up to $500,000 per calendar year), 5X points on prepaid hotels booked with American Express Travel, 1X points on all other purchases

  • Welcome bonus

    100,000 Membership Rewards® points after spending $6,000 within 6 months of account opening

  • Annual fee

    $695

  • Intro APR

    None

  • Regular APR

    See Pay Over Time APR

  • Balance transfer fee

    N/A

  • Foreign transaction fee

    None

  • Credit Needed

    Excellent/Good

See rates and fees, terms apply.

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Uber Eats Orders

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Manage orders for your business on any device.

This app allows you to manage your business’s orders on Uber Eats in a single, centralized place. Whether you’d rather have a single device in your store or an app that all your staff can use on their own phones, Uber Eats Orders flexes to fit your unique needs! Here’s everything the app offers:

• Device flexibility. Run the app on any combination of tablets and mobile phones.

• Realtime syncing. Run the app on multiple devices at the same time, all your staff will be able to see and manage orders with no duplicates or missed orders.

• Control in the palm of your hand. Can’t be at your store all the time? No problem! The app lets you cancel orders, mark items out of stock, and turn your delivery capabilities off and on from anywhere there’s an internet connection.

• Order monitoring. You’ll be able to get notifications for each new, in progress, canceled, and delivered order.

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Sign Up For Uber Eats. After you sign up to be a delivery partner you will receive an email asking you to complete your background check. Sign in Sign up A world of customers now within your reach Ubers global platform gives you the flexibility visibility and customer insights you need to connect with more customers. How do I become an Uber Eats Restaurant Partner. Signing up to deliver on Uber Eats with a Car. The Uber Eats registration process is simple. Signing up is easy. Upcoming changes that will affect how you choose to use the Uber Driver App We are getting in touch to let you know about some updates to the Uber Eats business that will involve changes to who. By clicking Sign Up you agree to Ubers Terms of Useand acknowledge you have read the Privacy Policy. Once your account has been created we will guide you by email throughout your registration in order to know your progress and the next steps to complete. Youre in the right place.

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Please note that an Uber Eats account is strictly personal and. Youre in the right place. Apply for a background check and a right to work check. Sign in to order delivery with Uber Eats. Email sent by Uber to rideshare drivers on Wednesday 27 January 2021 at 245 pm AEDT. How long does it take to get a restaurant set up on Uber Eats. Your restaurant delivered. Dont have an account. Enter which city you want to drive in and an invite code if you have one on the sign-up form. Why should I work with Uber Eats.

Creating an Uber account requires a valid email address and phone number.

Once submitted Uber. How long does it take to get a restaurant set up on Uber Eats. Complete 30 deliveries before 14 October 2021. Youll also need to create a password and agree to terms and conditions and our privacy notice. The Driver app offers resources and will help you learn as you go. Signing Up for Uber Eats. I have a car. Why should I work with Uber Eats. Please note our partner may require you to provide a separate set of documents to complete both the right to work and the basic disclosure check. Uber will use your background check to assess suitability in meeting the requirements to register an Uber Driver app account. Sign in to order delivery with Uber Eats.

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