How To Get 2 Free UberPool Rides This Summer

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Yesterday we told you about a sweet deal in Boston How To Score Cheap $2 Uber Rides This Summer. According to this article, Gothamist reports, you can score a great deal in NYC this summer as well.

How To Get 2 Free UberPool Rides This Summer

This summer, avoid sweaty platforms and packed trains. With uberPOOL, enjoy a commute in Manhattan for just $5. That goes for every ride below 125th Street between 7 and 10am, and 5 and 8pm, Monday through Friday.

Prices are not subject to surge pricing, and A/C is included. It’s practically a no-brainer—so why not give it a try? Get your first 2 uberPOOL rides during commuting hours free. Enter the code POOLGOTHAMIST to the Promotions tab in your Uber app, located under the menu icon, and get riding. This exclusive offer is good all hot, sweaty summer-long—until September 16th, 2016 at 8pm.

Request uberPOOL

Select uberPOOL at the bottom of your screen and set your pickup location and destination. You’ll see a guaranteed fare in the app.

Share your ride

You may get matched with another rider traveling the same way. Connected with another rider or not, you’ll always pay the guaranteed fare.

Go on your way

Like any Uber ride, there’s no need for cash. Hop out when you reach your destination and we’ll automatically charge the credit card you have on file.

Bottom Line

In addition, if you haven’t tried Uber yet, you can get a $20 credit on your first ride when you sign up here. Use code  POOLGOTHAMIST for your first 2 uberPOOL rides during commuting hours free.

 HT: Gothamist

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