50% Off Next 10 Uber Trips in NYC (Targeted)

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If you’re still feeling the heat since Uber is Even More Expensive in NYC by adding a mandatory $2.75 surcharge per ride, you’ll want to check out this latest offer, which appears to be targeted.

Uber sent out an offer where you can save 50% off (up to $12) off your next 10 trips with promo code: NYCPromoJune21, which is valid now through June 21, 2019.

*Maximum discount of $12 per ride. Maximum of 10 rides per rider. Click the link in this email to add the promotion to your account. Promotion expires at 11:59pm on June 21, 2019. This discount is valid only on Uber Pool, UberX, and UberXL. Valid only in New York City. This promotion is valid only for riders who received this email directly from Uber. Discount does not apply to surcharges, tolls, or tips and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Offer and terms are subject to change.

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!

As a reminder, The Platinum Card® from American Express gives you up to $200 Uber savings annually, as one of the cards many benefits.

Were you targeted for this offer or able to add to your account? Feel free to share your success in the comments below.

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