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Update: The credit is now up to $25 and varies by city.
Have you ever waited out in the rain for a cab that never shows up?
Uber is available in 38 countries and in most major US cities. They’re also continuously adding new locations.
So while you might not live where Uber currently operates, you may soon be traveling somewhere that does.
This deal was previously for only $10, but now you can get $30!
Link: $30 Credit for Uber
Uber has several different levels of service, which includes (depending upon your location):
I like Uber because payment is handled through your phone. You don’t have to worry about tips, change, or a broken credit card machine. Also, if you are traveling with a friend the app has a nice fare splitting feature.
You can also earn & use American Express Membership Rewards points with Uber! But I prefer using the Chase Sapphire Preferred for double points on travel and dining.
Even with these added benefits, Uber can be cheaper than regular taxis in some cities. However, in other cities it can cost 10% to 20% more.
Refer Your Friends and Get More Credits!
Once you sign-up for Uber you can refer your friends online or through your smartphone app. And when they take their 1st ride, they will get a $30 discount and you will get a $30 credit!
You can also refer your friends and when they sign-up with your referral code, you will both get a $30 credit when they try Uber.
Uber is a great alternative to taxis because you can easily request a ride from your smartphone, track your driver’s progress to your location, and payments are handled through the app.
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