Puff Puff: Save $4.20 Off Your Uber Ride on 4/20

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Uber and Spirit Airlines, both completely different companies have one thing in common and that is that they like to have witty promotions.

While, Uber’s latest promotion for those living in Denver (the Mile High city), can save $4.20 off a ride tomorrow for 4/20.

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

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Take the high road and save $4.20 on your Uber ride to or from Downtown Denver this Thursday. Enter the promo code SAFE420 in your Uber app to redeem the discount.*

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Terms and Conditions: You must apply the promo code SAFE420 to redeem the discount. Valid for the first 5,000 riders to apply the code. Discount valid for $4.20 off 1 Uber ride that begins or ends in Downtown Denver. Cannot be combined with other offers. Promotion valid 4/20/17 at 6AM MST through 4/21/17 at 3AM MST. Good for new and existing users. Subject to Uber’s Terms of Use.

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