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If you aren’t currently using Uber for your car service around town or to the airport, you should sign up now. With these two promotion codes, you’ll earn a free $45 in car service rides as a new Uber member.
Uber is a service that enables you to book a car service with the tap of your finger on your smartphone or mobile device.
How To Get Free $45 Worth Of Car Rides
First, new members can signup as a new Uber member here for a $20 referral through my PMM referral link. Make sure to enter UberPMM so you can save $20 off your first ride. It’s a great incentive to try out their service.
Next, add promotion code Hipmunk to your account to receive another $25 on your first ride.
Important to note that the initial $20 credit from signing up through for a new account, and then the $25 promotion bonus through the hipmunk code, will be deducted off your first ride before you even pay a dime.
So if your ride is less than $45 all in, you’re first ride will be virtually free.
Uber is a quick way to request a car, and more and more cities are having Uber available, so be sure to check to see if it’s available when you’re traveling as it’s a nice alternative to get to/from the airport as well. If you don’t already have an Uber account you can sign-up for one here and receive $20 for your first ride and then add the promotion code for an additional $25 code. But don’t wait, because the additional $25 code is only around through May 1, 2014.
*Please note, using my referral link will result in both the referrer and referee receiving a $20 credit. Please feel free to leave your referral link in the comments section after you sign up.
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