Lyft 50% Off Weekday Rides

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Looks like Lyft is offering a 50% off promo for weekday rides in Atlanta now through 5:00 PM EST 2/5/2016. If you use Lyft often, this is sure to save you some nice money! Check out your local area Lyft to see if they are offering a similar promotion where you live or where you will be traveling to. This is good for max 10 rides per passenger.

Lyft 50% Off Weekday Rides In Atlanta

Lyft 50% Off Weekday Rides

Lyft 50% Off Weekday Rides

TERMS Promotion ends 5:00 PM EST 2/5/2016. Only valid for rides in the Atlanta coverage area. Max 10 rides per passenger. Max $25 off per ride. Cannot be combined with other ride credit. Subject to Lyft’s Terms of Service.

Bottom Line

Check out Lyft in your city or if you will be in Atlanta, consider using Lyft for 50% off of weekday rides. If you haven’t signed up for Lyft yet, you can also do so via my referral and get up to $50 in free ride credit. 

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