Skip to content

Capital One Shopping

Capital One Shopping is a shopping portal offering rewards to people who click through the site and make a purchase online.

One unique aspect of Capital One Shopping is that it pushes out targeted offers via email to people who install its browser extension. I’ve taken advantage of these deals many times to score some pretty big savings on stuff I was buying anyway at national merchants.

This post is meant to be an ongoing list of those deals and will be updated as I learn about new deals.

How targeted offers from Capital One Shopping work

If you install the Capital One Shopping browser extension, you’ll can activate shopping offers directly from your web browser, without having to click through to the Capital One Shopping portal.

But that’s not the best part about the shopping browser extension. Because Capital One shopping can snoop on your browsing history, they use that to target offers to you.

I frequently find that when I browse a site featured on Capital One Shopping, I’ll get a targeted offer for additional cash back on that site within a few days.

I’ve found some great additional cash back offers from Walmart, hotel chains, and merchants I’ve purchased from for buying groups just by browsing a merchant site and then waiting.

Targeted deals from Capital One Shopping

Here are the deals that I’ve personally received or have seen reported about.

MerchantDealReceived Date
Best Western13% back7/14/23
IHG24% back3/23/23
IHG15% back8/22/23
IHG15% back8/29/23
Marriott Bonvoy7.5% back7/26/23

About the author

  • Aaron Hurd

    Aaron Hurd is a credit card, travel rewards, and loyalty program expert. Over the past 15 years, he has authored over a thousand expert contributions published by leading outlets including WSJ, TIME, Newsweek, Forbes, NerdWallet, The Points Guy, Bankrate, CNET, and many others. He has also served in consulting roles for many of these same outlets, designing content strategy, hiring teams of teams of editors and contributors, developing thought-leadership pieces, and ghost-editing for senior editors. Aaron is well-known in the miles and points community and regularly presents about travel rewards at conferences like the Chicago Seminars and Minnebar. Aaron has enjoyed the game of optimizing credit card rewards since getting his first credit card shortly after he turned 18. He started learning about credit cards and travel rewards from the (now defunct) FatWallet Finance forums and FlyerTalk. He holds more than 40 open credit cards and has first-hand experience with almost every major credit card product.

    View all posts