Capital One Offers 50% Back to Spotify Users

Capital One Offers 50% Back to Spotify Users

May 10, 2017         Written By Bill Hardekopf

Capital One and Spotify have partnered to offer rewards and ad-free music to their customers. Beginning today, when Spotify customers pay for the premium service with their Quicksilver or QuicksilverOne card, they will get 50% back on the cost of Spotify Premium through April 30, 2018.

Cardholders will also earn 1.5% cash back on all their purchases.

“We know our customers are passionate about the music they listen to and the rewards they earn. We like to meet our customers where they already are, and that’s why we are excited to partner with Spotify, an industry leader in the music space. This is an unique opportunity to give our customers valuable unique benefits,” said Lauren Liss, Digital Partnerships Lead, U.S. Card at Capital One. “We are always looking for ways to bring our customers the ability to save money through effortless experiences, and this partnership is a great example.”

“We aim to provide our listeners with a top-notch music experience that connects them to the music and artists they love,” said Nick Mehra, Head of Direct Subscriber and Regional Partnerships for Spotify. “With great partners like Capital One, we can create unique ways to give the millions of Capital One customers in the US the chance to curate the soundtrack to their lives with Spotify Premium.”

Capital One is on the cutting edge of unique rewards associated with the Quicksilver cards. Last year, the company offered free Uber rides to their Quicksilver cardholders.

The information contained within this article was accurate as of May 10, 2017. For up-to-date
information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website.


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