$10 Off Next Uber Ride for Android Users

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Good news for folks with Android phones!  You can save up to $10 on your next Uber ride using Android Pay and the promotion code “ANDROIDPAY“, through May 30, 2016.

10 Off Next Uber Ride For Android Users

Save $10 on Your Next Uber Ride With a New Promotion From Uber and Android Pay!

Here’s the deal.

Android Users:   Get $10 Off Your Next Uber Ride!

Via Slickdeals, Android users can get up to $10 off their next Uber ride using Android Pay with promotional code “ANDROIDPAY“.  This deal is good through May 30, 2016.

The fine print says “supplies limited,” and that Uber can end the promotion at it’s discretion, so use the deal soon!

Note:  Discount is valid for trips using UberBLACK, UberX, UberSELECT, or UberPOOL.

Anyone with an Android phone can get this discount, even if you’ve used Uber before.

Go here if you need to set-up Android Pay on your phone.  And find the Uber app here if you don’t already have it.

Looking for More Ways to Save With Uber?

If you’re new to Uber, you can use Emily’s Uber link and earn up to $25 credit towards your first ride.

Or even better, save up to $30 on your first ride (within the US) with your AMEX card with promotion code “UBERAMEX”, through July 31, 2018.

And don’t forget to check out my list of all the other ways you can save with Uber!

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