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Your Amex Gold or Amex Rose Gold card already comes with a free year (hopefully, they’ll extend it?!) of the Uber Eats Pass. So do consumer Platinum and Green cards.

This pass, which sells for $9.99 a month to those without a Gold/Platinum/Green Card, gives you 5% off your orders and reduced delivery fees on orders over $15.

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Of course, your American Express Gold Card also now comes with a $10 monthly Uber / Uber Eats credit.

On top of that, you now get the following:

Save 10% on your first 3 eligible rides of each month with Eats Pass, available at the start of your next billing cycle.

Eligible rides include:

• UberX, UberXL, Uber Green, Uber Comfort, Uber Black, Uber Premier, and Uber Black SUV

Now that many are getting back to leaving the house, Uber rides are likely to become a bigger part of your life again.

However, even with this 10% off, it’s always worth comparing against Lyft. Remember that Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders have a free year (extended to 17 months) of Lyft Pink going on, and personally, every time I’ve checked rides in the last few months, the Lyft Pink has offered me the best price. And I even get 10X Chase Ultimate Rewards on those Lyft rides to boot…

American Express Rose Gold Card
Get 60,000 Bonus Membership Rewards points after spending $4,000 on purchases within the first 6 months on an American Express® Gold Card or Rose Gold Card. Earn 4X points on dining and U.S. supermarkets (up to $25,000 annually, then 1X) plus get $10 monthly dining statement credits and $10 in monthly Uber Cash. Terms apply. Get This Offer

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