Millions of Hulu Subscribers Just Got Access to Uber Eats Pass for 6 Months. Here’s How You Can Get Even More Savings on Streaming and Delivery

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Your Hulu subscription just got even more valuable.

Uber Eats and Hulu are partnering up to offer Hulu subscribers six free months of Uber Eats Pass. Eligible subscribers include anyone with standard Hulu, Hulu (No Ads), and Hulu + Live TV. With the Uber Eats Pass, you’ll get $0 delivery fees and 5% off on eligible restaurant orders of $15 or more (taxes and service fees may apply and do not count toward order minimum). This service otherwise costs $9.99 per month.

Pro Tip

Use a card like the American Express Blue Cash Preferred to earn 6% cash back on select U.S. streaming services to get even more out of your subscriptions.

You’ll also get 10% off your first three eligible Uber rides every month. You can sign up for the offer through January 10, 2022, but keep in mind it is only good for one Eats Pass per Hulu account and new Eats Pass subscribers. 

That’s already a great deal if Hulu is your streaming service of choice, but credit card rewards can help you maximize your subscriptions even further. Whether you’re looking to save on your monthly streaming costs or you want to continue Uber Eats Pass beyond the six-month free trial, here are some of our favorite options to consider:

Best Credit Cards for Streaming and Food Delivery Services

While the six-month free trial promotion can help you save money on Uber Eats food and grocery deliveries, you can continue to maximize delivery — and your ongoing streaming subscriptions — long-term with the right credit card.

Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express

The Amex Blue Cash Preferred credit card is one of our favorite cash back credit cards — and one of the only cash back cards we think is worth its annual fee. 

You’ll earn 6% cash back on select streaming services, and because Hulu is one of the eligible streaming services, you’ll earn 6% cash back on your monthly subscription with the card — and that can certainly add up over time.

The card also earns 6% at U.S. supermarkets on up to $6,000 per year in purchases (then 1%); .3% cash back at gas stations and on transit including taxis/rideshare, parking, tolls, trains, buses and more; plus 1% cash back on everything else. 

You can earn a $250 statement credit after you spend $3,000 in purchases within the first 6 months of card membership. The card carries a $0 intro annual fee for the first year, then $95.

U.S. Bank Cash+® Visa Signature® Card

With the U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature, you can earn 5% cash back on your first $2,000 in combined eligible purchases each quarter in two categories you choose — including streaming services. If streaming services are your first choice, you can select a second that aligns with your other everyday spending or monthly payments, among categories like cell phone providers, home utilities, gyms/fitness centers, and more. The spending cap means you can earn up to $100 back in these categories quarterly.

You’ll also earn an additional 2% cash back on the everyday category of your choice quarterly, between gas stations, grocery stores, or restaurants. Every other purchase earns 1% cash back. The card has a $0 annual fee and you can score a $200 cash bonus if you spend at least $1,000 within the first 120 days.

Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

The Chase Sapphire Preferred is a travel rewards credit card — and at $95 annually, it’s our favorite one with an annual fee under $100. You’ll earn 3 Ultimate Rewards points per dollar on dining (including takeout and delivery), online grocery purchases, and select streaming services, including Hulu.

The card also earns 5x points on all travel purchased through the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal, 2x points on travel not purchased through Chase, and 1x on everything else.

Its sky-high 100,000-point bonus offer is set to end this week, but is currently still available. You can earn the 100,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points (worth $1,250 when you redeem for travel) after spending $4,000 in your first three months. 

And if you’re not committed to delivery through Uber Eats, the Sapphire Preferred also comes with a complimentary 12-month DoorDash DashPass membership. You’ll get $0 delivery fees on eligible orders over $12, as well as discounted service fees, but must activate by December 31, 2024. Like the Uber Eats Pass, the subscription service costs $9.99 per month otherwise.

Chase Freedom Unlimited®

The no annual fee Chase Freedom Unlimited is another one of our favorite cash back credit cards

You’ll earn 5% cash back on travel booked through the Chase Travel portal, 3% cash back on dining and drugstores, and a flat 1.5% cash back on everything else — which can include streaming services like Hulu.

In addition, the card includes a complimentary 3-month subscription to Doordash’s DashPass membership (typically $9.99 per month), as well as a 50% off DashPass for 9 months following the initial free period (activate by March 31, 2022).

Earn an extra 1.5% on everything you buy (on up to $20,000 spent in the first year) cash back. That’s 6.5% on travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards®, 4.5% on dining and drugstores, and 3% on all other purchases. 

Credit Cards That Have Complimentary Uber Eats

You can also save specifically on Uber Eats Pass after your initial free trial with Hulu. 

If you’re a Marriott Bonvoy member, Uber and Marriott recently launched a partnership that can help you score more hotel savings. You’ll earn 6 Marriott points per dollar on Uber Eats orders delivered to Marriott properties (minimum $25 order), as well as 3 points per dollar on Uber XL, Uber Comfort, Uber Black and Premium rides, and 2 points per dollar on all other Uber Eats orders (minimum $25 order). To do so, simply link your Marriott and Uber accounts and you can start earning Marriott points on your next Uber Eats order.

American Express® Gold Card

The Amex Gold card is one of the best cards for dining. It earns 4 Membership Rewards points per dollar on dining and at U.S. supermarkets (up to $25,000 per year, then 1x), as well as 3x points on flights booked with or directly with airlines. 

You’ll also get up to $10 in Uber Cash every month when you add your card to your Uber account, which you can use on both rides and Uber Eats food deliveries

The Gold card also comes with up to a $120 annual dining credit (up to $10 per month) to select restaurants such as participating Shake Shack locations and The Cheesecake Factory, and delivery platforms such as GrubHub and Seamless (which are separate brands but part of the same company.)

The card is currently offering a 60,000-point welcome offer after you spend $4,000 on eligible purchases within six months of card membership and carries a $250 annual fee (See rates & fees).

The Platinum Card® from American Express

The Amex Platinum card is another premium travel rewards card — with a whopping $695 annual fee (See rates & fees) — but one of its many perks includes up to $200 in yearly Uber Cash ($15 per month and a bonus $20 in December) that can also be used on either Eats deliveries or rides in the U.S.

The card is currently offering 100,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend $6,000 in the first six months of membership (see rates & fees).

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*All information about the U.S. Bank Cash+® Visa Signature® Card has been collected independently by NextAdvisor and has not been reviewed by the issuer.