New Uber Ride Pass Available $4.99


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Uber is out with some new Ride Pass offers where you can save money on your rides. Here is an example of one from Atlanta. These offers were sent out via email, so check your email for yours. Subject of email is, “Buy the new ride pass before it’s gone.”

New Uber Ride Pass Available $4.99

New Uber Ride Pass Available $4.99

Limited supply. Offer valid only for riders who receive this email directly from Uber. Your ride pass is valid for 28 days after activation.

I love Uber, it is super convenient! If you still haven’t tried Uber yet, you can still get a credit towards your first ride with my referral link, here or your credit can be applied to your UberEats order instead!

Looking for more ways to save on Uber?

The Platinum Card® from American Express gives you up to $200 Uber Savings Annually. Check that out here!

Bottom Line

This is a nice deal if you use Uber as much as I do! Did you get this offer where you live? Hit the comments!

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