Here’s a great deal if you’re looking to earn free card service rides, which can come in handy getting to/from the airport. GroundLink offers all new users a free $25 credit just for signing up with my referral, however additionally those with Visa Signature cards can get an additional $20 per card they register, and this deal is stackable, meaning you could potentially earn $100’s in free ride credits!
Amazing Deal: Get Free Car Service Rides from GroundLink
Here’s How to Take Advantage of this Deal:
- Sign-up for a Ground Link account, and you’ll receive a $25 credit just for signing up instantly to your account.
- Enroll all your Visa Signature cards, with Ground Link, and for each card you do, you’ll get an additional $20 credit posted to your account per card, which combines with the initial $25 for signing up.
- Enroll all your Visa Infinite cards, you’ll get a $30 credit posted to your account for each card, which combines with all the other credits.
- When you request your ride, you’ll save 10% off for using you Visa Signature card, then at check-out, choose the box to apply all your ride credits, and they will all be deducted.
For instance, I just signed up, got a $25 credit, then registered both my Hyatt Visa and my Chase Sapphire Preferred cards, and now have $65 in ride credits to use. When you search for a car service at the end, just choose the option that you wish to apply your credits, and the total amount should then drop down to $0.
As a reminder, popular Visa Signature cards include Chase Sapphire Preferred, United MileagePlus Explorer Card, United TravelBank Card, United MileagePlus Club Card, British Airways Visa Signature card, Marriott Rewards Premier credit card, and the The Hyatt Credit Card to name a few. There are many more as well!
Visa Infinite cards include Chase Sapphire Reserve and the The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card.
It does not appear that business credit cards are eligible for this offer.
Have you used Ground Link before? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
Hat Tip: Doctor of Credit