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The sign-up bonus will decrease to $20 after November 23, 2014. But you can sign-up now and use the $30 credit after November 23, 2014.
$30 Credit for 1st Time Uber Users
Link: My Review of Uber
If you’re new to Uber, you can sign-up with my link and save $30 off your 1st Uber ride by November 23, 2014, and I get a $30 credit. And after you sign-up, you can refer your friends and get a $30 credit for each friend that signs up with Uber by November 23, 2014.
The $30 credit stays in your account until you use it. So you can sign-up before November 23, 2014, and use the $30 credit in 2015.
You can use Uber in 49 countries worldwide.
Uber is completely cashless. That’s because you link a credit card through the Uber app.
Because Uber is considered a travel expense you can earn 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points when you pay with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card. And 2.2% back when you pay with your Barclays Arrival card.
You’ll get 2X American Express Membership Rewards points when you use an American Express card. And if you want to save money, you can redeem American Express Membership Rewards points to pay for your Uber ride.
When you use your Chase Sapphire Preferred card, you’ll earn 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points. And 2.2% cash back when you use your Barclays Arrival card. That’s because Uber is considered a travel expense.
You’ll earn 2X American Express Membership Rewards points when you pay with an American Express card.
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