Free Uber Rides in Chicago

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Uber has partnered up with Chicago’s restaurant week promotion and is giving away a free Uber ride to/from participating restaurants from January 28 (today) through January 31.

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This is only valid during lunch time between the hours of 11am and 2pm CST. You will need to enter promotion code FREELUNCH into your Uber account for the discount to apply. Essentially you will get $20 off one ride and any remaining amount will be charged to your credit card on file. This is for new and existing users!

Also remember, if you do not yet have an Uber account through the end of the week Uber is upping the referral bonus to $20. This means if you sign up here you will automatically get $20 in free credits added to your account. There is also another promotion code that will add $25 to your account, but it is only for new users and I am not 100% sure of the terms. I believe it is only for those in Chicago and it might only be valid this week. If anyone has the terms on this, please share!

Steps to take advantage of all current promotions:

  • For new Uber members, you must first sign up through a referral link from an existing member. 
  • Add coupon code CHICAGORW to your account in the “Promotions” box. Again, I am not 100% sure of the terms of this and it is only valid for new users.
  • Again in the “Promotion” box, enter code FREELUNCH which is available to new and existing users.
  • There is also another promotion for new and existing users in Chicago which will give you 20% off your next ride (up to $10). This expires January 31 and you must enter code FitnessFormula


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