Uber Save 50% eGift Card (targeted)


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If you use Uber as much as I do when traveling, you might be interested in this deal. There is an offer via Groupon where you can score a 50% discount on a $20 Uber eGift card. It appears that your Groupon account has to be targeted for this offer. You can try to purchase this deal here. 

If you still haven’t tried Uber yet, you can get a $20 credit on your first ride when you, Signup for Uber here.

Uber Save 50% eGift Card (targeted)

Uber Save 50% eGift Card (targeted)

The Deal

  • $10 for a $20 eGift card

Uber

Gift Uber rides to the people you care about, or add value to your Uber account.

The Uber app connects you to a reliable ride in minutes. From low-cost to premium, every option feels like an upgrade to the everyday. And payment is automatic—no cash, no card, no hassle.

Get a reliable ride in minutes with the Uber app.

  • 24/7 Safe Pickups
  • Low-cost and Premium Options
  • Ratings Ensure Premium Quality
  • Cashless Payment

The Fine Print


All Voucher Sales Final. Limit 1 per person. The full value of the Uber eGiftCard never expires. Valid only in the U.S. See full terms and conditions. For questions regarding this offer, please contact us. Not valid with our Promo Codes. Invite only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Bottom Line

Were you able to get in on this deal?

Looking for more ways to save on Uber?

The Platinum Card® from American Express gives you up to $200 Uber Savings Annually.

HT: Reader Peggy

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