Ways Capital One® Makes Holiday Shopping Easier

Find the best deals, earn cash back and more with these 5 tools from Capital One


As the holiday season approaches, the days can start feeling shorter. And with Thanksgiving coming later this year, you may find your holiday shopping season feels a little crunched. 

Luckily, Capital One® has a few ways to help. From finding deals to earning cash back and helping with returns, these five tools can help you save time and money as you shop this holiday season.

1. Find the Best Deals With Wikibuy® From Capital One

Let’s face it, hunting for deals can take time. But what if you could find better prices with fewer clicks? That’s where Wikibuy comes in.

Wikibuy automatically searches for the best offers and coupons from across the internet for items you’re browsing. You can compare prices, get coupons and see similar products, all in one place. That way you’ll be sure to purchase the right gift for everyone on your list.

Willing to wait for the best deal? Use Wikibuy’s watchlist feature to keep track of your list. When items you’ve viewed go on sale, Wikibuy lets you know.

And when it’s time to buy, Wikibuy will apply working coupon codes at checkout. You can even earn Wikibuy credits redeemable for gift cards to use for your post-holiday sale shopping.1

Wikibuy is free and easy to use—just shop through the site or add the browser extension

2. Get Rewarded for Shopping Luxury Brands With Jewel

When you’re shopping for someone special, sometimes you want to splurge. And Jewel is here to make high-end shopping more accessible.

Jewel connects shoppers with the kinds of luxury brands that don’t usually do discounts. You can shop the latest in fashion, home decor and travel—all while earning cash-back rewards. 

When you shop luxury brands through Jewel, you earn cash back on every purchase. You can track earnings and cash out every two months, redeeming the cash you’ve earned by digital gift cards, check or PayPal.2

Using Jewel is easy. Just sign up and make sure to use Jewel’s links to visit retailers. Then, shop like normal. 

3. Simplify Checkout With PayPal

If you have a Capital One credit card, the benefits stack up when you add your card to your PayPal wallet. You keep earning any rewards associated with your Capital One card. Plus, you may be able to take advantage of additional PayPal deals, too.

Adding your Capital One card to PayPal is easy. You can use the digital wallet to check out at millions of online stores, plus select in-store merchants. And PayPal will never share your card number when you check out.

4. Track Your Spending With Eno®, Your Capital One Assistant

As holiday purchases start to add up, it can be tough to keep track of it all. Santa has his elves—and you have Eno®, your Capital One assistant

Whether you’re hitting the mall or shopping online, Eno is there to send useful insights and alerts about your credit card accounts. 

Eno monitors your charges, tracks spending and can provide answers on the spot. 

Have questions about your balance, available credit or bill? Just shoot Eno a text. Eno will also alert you to confirm purchases and when it detects unusual activity—just to be sure you were in the holiday spirit when you left that extra-large tip on a peppermint mocha latte.

And would-be grinches are easier to spot thanks to Eno’s 24/7 fraud alerts. Plus, you have another layer of security at checkout thanks to virtual card numbers.

5. Say Goodbye to Buyer’s Remorse With Paribus From Capital One

Saving money doesn’t stop once all the presents are unwrapped. With Paribus, you can take some of the sting out of seeing gifts you bought go on sale during post-holiday promotions.

Paribus is a free service that uses your email inbox to watch your purchases from more than 25 online merchants. It then looks for opportunities to save you money on things like price drops and late deliveries.

If it notices anything, Paribus will file a refund request on your behalf or help you contact the retailer. And in case you have buyer’s remorse, Paribus tracks return windows, so you know exactly how long you have to send things back.

The holidays will be here before you know it. But with online tools designed to save you time and money, you can avoid holiday headaches and enjoy the season.


1Wikibuy rewards are subject to terms and conditions that are available at Wikibuy.com and are separate from any rewards you may be earning on a Capital One rewards credit card. Signing up for Wikibuy does not enroll you into any credit card rewards program.

2Jewel rewards are subject to terms and conditions that are available at usejewel.com and are separate from any rewards you may be earning on a Capital One rewards credit card. Signing up for Jewel does not enroll you into any credit card rewards program.

Capital One does not provide, endorse or guarantee any third-party product, service, information or recommendation listed above. The third parties listed are not affiliated with Capital One and are solely responsible for their products and services. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Products and services are offered by Capital One Bank (USA), N.A., and Capital One, N.A.  

Wikibuy and Paribus are offered by Wikibuy Holdings, LLC, a Capital One company, and are available whether or not you are a Capital One customer.

Eno email alerts, app alerts and virtual card numbers are not available for retail partner credit cards and may not be available for all Capital One co-brand partner credit cards.

We hope you found this helpful. Our content is not intended to provide legal, investment or financial advice or to indicate the Capital One product or service is available or right for you. For specific advice about your unique circumstances, consider talking with a qualified professional.

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