Capital One Promo: Save $10 Off Your First Postmates Order
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Right now, courtesy of Capital One, first-time Postmates users can get $10 off their order using the promo code “CAPONE.”
And if you’re already a heavy Postmates user, you should apply for the Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card. You’ll receive a $9.99 credit toward a Postmates Unlimited membership every month you pay with your card through December 2019. With a Postmates Unlimited subscription, you aren’t charged delivery fees on orders over $15. So the savings can really add up!The information for the Capital One Savor Cash Rewards card has been collected independently by Million Mile Secrets. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.
Capital One Postmates Promotion
Taking advantage of this deal is simple – just enter the code “CAPONE” into your Postmates app and you’ll get $10 off your next order (it’s not a delivery fee credit). This code will only work for new users. However, if you already have an account set up but have yet to place your first order, you might still qualify. So it’s worth entering it to see if it’ll work for you.
I set up a Postmates account for my wife and this code worked even without using a Capital One credit card. Also, if you can get a friend to refer you, the current referral offer is for up to $100 off your delivery fees for your first 7 days. That’s a lot of Postmates to order in a week, but even if you don’t use the full credit it’s still something.
If you do end up paying with a Capital One card, most people are reporting that Postmates charges will code as dining. This seems to even include your monthly subscription fee for Postmates Unlimited.
If you pay for Postmates deliveries with your Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card, you should earn 4% cash back. But I’m not sure how Postmates purchases code with the other best restaurant credit cards.
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