Up to $130 in Free Rides From Select Airports With Uber & AMEX!
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Traveling over the holidays and need a lift home from the airport?
To get the deal, choose your connected American Express card as your method of payment in the Uber app. And use promotion code “AMEXAIRPORT” before requesting a ride.
I’ll share which airports qualify and how to get your free rides!
Free Uber Rides This Holiday Season
AMEX and Uber will give you 2 free rides from certain US airports when you pay with your connected AMEX card and use promotion code “AMEXAIRPORT” until December 31, 2016.
You’ll get a credit of up to $65 for each ride. Be sure to enter the promotion code before you request your ride, and use your AMEX card to pay, otherwise you won’t get the credit.
This is a no-brainer deal if you’re flying into one of the participating airports:
- Chicago (O’Hare and Midway)
- Houston (George Bush Intercontinental)
- Las Vegas
- New York (JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark)
- Washington, DC (National and Dulles)
If your fare is more than $65, Uber will charge the balance to your American Express card. If it’s less, you won’t get a credit for the difference.Note: You can’t combine this promotion with any other offers.
Remember, you’ll earn 2X AMEX Membership Rewards points on Uber rides.
And Starwood Preferred Guest members can earn up to 4X Starwood points when they use Uber during a Starwood hotel stay.
AMEX and Uber have teamed up to offer 2 free rides from certain airports this holiday season if you’re an AMEX cardholder. Up to $65 each!
This deal is good through December 31, 2016.
Choose your connected AMEX card as your payment method in the Uber app, and use promotion code “AMEXAIRPORT” before you request your ride to get the credit.
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