Uber + Free Ice Cream = Yes, Please!

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Here’s a fun promotion from Uber! If you have a Capital One card as your payment method, get some free ice cream from Uber today!

Uber + Free Ice Cream = Yes, Please!

Consider this an invitation to chill out. Your office probably doesn’t have a slip n’ slide, and running through the sprinklers likely won’t go over well with your boss. Don’t sweat it — you can still feel like a kid again by ordering ice cream on demand with #UberIceCream.

This Friday, July 24, 2015 we’re bringing a frozen favorite back for the fourth year in a row. This is a global promotion with local flavor, and it’s as simple as ever: Tap a button, and get a brain freeze in hundreds of cities around the world.

Uber + Free Ice Cream = Yes, Please!


Our friends at Capital One are offering a free order of ice cream to eligible Capital One cardholders in the United States on Friday, July 24, 2015. Add your Capital One card as a payment method and enter promo code SWEETDEAL in the Uber app before requesting.

Fine Print

  • Capital One customers with US-issued credit cards open and in good standing are eligible to participate.
  • Banking customers with debit cards, including Capital One 360 customers, are also eligible.
  • Only applicable to Ice Cream vehicles paid for with US-issued Capital One credit or debit card in USD currency.
  • Corporate and private label cards are not eligible for this offer.

Bottom Line

If you haven’t tried Uber yet, what are you waiting for? Uber is pretty great you can get picked up with the click of the app! If you haven’t tried Uber, you can sign up with my referral and you will get $20 off your first ride!

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  1. You are a lazy self-promoter. Nothing is free about the Uber ice cream promotion. You have to pay with a Capital One credit card, min charges are $15-20 depending upon the market.

    I am left wondering whether you posted this intentionally or are a lazy, sloppy reposter of bad information?

    Here’s an idea: instead of the ‘Amazon deal of the day’ or stupid gimmicks like this post that only serve to enrich yourself, how posting some real, actionable travel advice for a change?

  2. Erin, you clearly have a major problem with reading comprehension.

    If you have a Capital One Card, you get a $25 credit. In Los Angeles, the minimum is $12.99+$3 delivery fee. If you use the code, it’s free. Or just do what I do and buy two, and it’s $3.98 (plus a 20% rebate).

  3. Deal is legit. Thanks for letting us know!

    Here was my experience. When I launched the app I got an “All ice Cream Vehicles are busy” message. Zoom out on the map to see if there are any ice cream cone icons nearby. In my case there were, so I just waited a bit.

    About a half hour later, I tried again and a delivery time appeared. Harold in his Chrysler 300 with ice cream flags on his car drove by.

    Here in Silicon Valley and San Francisco the offer is $25 for 5 cups of Three Twins organic ice cream. I picked 6 and was charged $5 as expected after the promo code.

    I also got a bunch of Uber tschotskes and he gave me 6 compostable spoons (we’re in NorCal, of course) each had a $1 off pint coupon for retail attached. You could say I made greater value in the deal!

  4. What part about ‘paid for ‘ is free? “Only applicable to Ice Cream vehicles paid for with US-issued Capital One credit or debit card in USD currency.”

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