Score Unlimited Free Uber Rides This Month (Targeted)

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Uber has launched their latest offer this summer, where you can save $5 off EVERY ride you take for a month. The great thing is in NYC, UberPool rides are typically under $5, meaning with this deal you can ride for free! Be sure to check your email to see if you’ve received this offer.

Ride easy with these savings
Enjoy lower fares in New York City for 4 weeks when you purchase a savings package. Choose between 20 rides or unlimited rides and pay a one-time activation fee to lock in $5 off uberPOOL and uberX rides for 4 weeks.

Pick a package
Choose the number of rides you want:

  •  20 rides – $10 activation fee
  • Unlimited rides – $20 activation fee

Any ride under $5 is free!

Bottom Line:

With this deal if you were to purchase the unlimited ride ride for a $20 activation fee, you’d be able to really take advantage of these free rides!

If you’re looking for another great deal, and are new to Lyft, you can score $50 in Lyft credit towards your first rides!

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