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Last week, I gave you the details on a new Barclaycard credit card in the works.  And now, the Barclaycard Uber Visa Card is available for sign-ups!

Here’s quick reminder of what to expect with this card.

You Don’t Have to Spend Your Points on Uber – You Can Redeem Them For Cash Instead!

New Barclaycard Uber Credit Card Available to New Applicants

Link:   Barclaycard Uber Visa Card

The Barclaycard Uber credit card comes with a 10,000 point sign-up bonus after spending $500 within the first 90 days of account opening.  Points are worth 1 cent each, and can be redeemed for Uber, cash back, or gift cards.

You’ll need to redeem at least 500 points at a time for Uber credits, or 2,500 points for cash back and gift cards.

You’ll also get:

This is a great no annual fee credit cart!  But if you’re new to miles & points, I’d suggest you apply for other, more valuable, cards before you go for this one.

Bottom Line

You can now apply for the new no-annual-fee Barclaycard Uber Visa Card.

It comes with 10,000 points (worth $100) after spending $500 within 90 days of account opening.  Along with 4% back on dining, 3% back on travel, and NO foreign transaction fees.

Do you plan on applying?

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