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A solid choice for earning cash back on meals and entertainment, the newly redesigned Capital One Savor card will give you a little something back for your nights out. You’ll get access to a nice selection of benefits, as well as the potential to earn 8% cash back on Vivid Seats.
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The Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Card offers 5% cash back with Uber Eats (through 1/31/21), 4% cash back on dining and entertainment purchases, and 2% back at grocery stores. Additionally, you’ll now earn 8% cash back on tickets at Vivid Seats.
A large welcome offer of a $300 cash bonus for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months.
The Savor card has a $95 annual fee. There are no foreign transaction fees.
Capital One released a newer card in the Savor lineup, the Capital One® SavorOne® Cash Rewards Credit Card (Review). That new SavorOne card has similar rewards and terms as the original Savor card, which can make the names a bit confusing.
The new version of the Savor card (this card page) offers more cash back for dining and entertainment than the SavorOne. But it also has the $95 annual fee.
If you had the original Savor card, before the new SavorOne was released, you’ll be automatically upgraded to the new Savor card. You’ll get the enhanced rewards program, and best of all you won’t need to pay the annual fee. So if you were already a Savor cardholder, you get the new card without having to pay anything at all.
There are now two cards in the Savor lineup: