UberX Miami Only $5 September


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There is an offer available for Miami where you can ride uberX in Miami for only $5 this September.

UberX Miami Only $5 September

What are flat fares?

To give our riders an even more affordable everyday ride, we’re beta testing a new pilot that unlocks flat fares on uberX (September’s rates are $5). That means you’ll pay one low price all month long—no need to worry about surge.

Will flat fares cover trips of any price?

Flat fares are designed to cover full fares for almost every trip, with a $25 limit for uberX. You’ll be responsible for paying portions of the fare that exceed those maximums on each trip.

UberX Miami Only $5 September

How to get flat fares
1. Buy

Purchase a $30 package to lock in flat fares for up to 20 trips.

2. Ride

From weekday to weekends, you’ll only pay $5 on uberX within designated Miami areas.

3. Relax

You’re all set. Flat fare pricing is valid through September 30, up to 20 rides.

UberX Miami Only $5 September

Bottom Line

With this deal in Miami, you purchase a $30 package to lock in flat fares for up to 20 trips so, you will only pay $5 on UberX within designated Miami areas. If you are new to Uber, you can get a $20 credit on your first ride when you sign up here.

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  1. How will they compensate the drivers for those rides – pay them as if the customer was paying standard rates? If so is there a discrepancy opportunity to drive your friend around for 20 trips and make a profit out of the deal? Or will Uber screw over their drivers and pay them $5 for what could normally be a $25 fare?

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