Capital One SavorOne Rewards Credit Card Review

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The Capital One SavorOne Card earns 3% cash back on dining and entertainment, and 2% cash back at grocery stores.

We prefer this card due to its no annual fee over the Capital One Savor, which has a $95 annual fee, but earns an 4% cash back on dining and entertainment, and 3% at grocery stores.

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Capital One SavorOne Rewards Credit Card

SavorOne Card Information

Application Link: Capital One SavorOne Card.

Current Sign Up Bonus: $200 cash bonus plus 0% APR for 15 months.

Recommended Bonus: At least $150 cash bonus.

Annual Fee: No Annual Fee.

Earning Rewards:

  • 3% cash back on dining, which includes restaurants, fast-food places, coffee shops, cafes, lounges, bakeries, bars, and nightclubs.
  • 3% cash back on entertainment, which includes tickets purchased for a movies, plays, concerts, sporting events, tourist attractions, theme parks, aquariums, zoos, dance clubs, pool halls, or bowling alleys.
  • 2% cash back at grocery stores (excluding Walmart or Target).
  • 1% cash back everywhere else.
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SavorOne Card Benefits

No Foreign Transaction Fees– You can use your SavorOne card anywhere in the world without having to pay foreign transaction fees, which are typically 3%. 

Extended Warranty– Eligible items’ warranties are extended by an extra year on eligible warranties of three years or less.

Secondary Rental Car Insurance– The SavorOne Card provides secondary rental car insurance in the U.S. and primary insurance outside for the U.S. when you pay for your rental car using the card. Primary coverage pays before your insurance, whereas secondary coverage pays after your insurance.