Uber $20 Referral Credit Promotion Ends Friday

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For awhile now Uber has been offering $20 referral credits when signing up for a new account from an existing member. This enhanced promotion is set to expire this Friday April 25th, after that the referral credit will go down to $10 for new users. The good thing is that you do not need to actually use Uber by this Friday, simply just sign up. And, the $20 credit does not expire!

Additionally, the person who refers you will also receive either $10 or $20 in credits – $10 if you use your credits post April 25 and $20 if you use your credits within the next two days.

And as I mentioned the other day, there are currently two cities where you can ride Uber for free!

  • Free Uber Rides in Tampa: Through Friday, you can take an unlimited number of Uber rides for free in Tampa and St. Petersburg (up to $50 per ride). No promotion code needed. However, availability will be limited since Uber is still in the testing phase in this area. More info here.
  • Free Uber Rides in Cleveland: Through end of day today, you can get up to 5 free Uber rides (up to $25 per ride) in the Greater Cleveland area. No promotion code needed. More info here.

Lastly, if you are in Toronto, you can get 20% off your Uber ride going to/from Hard Candy Fitness Locations. Use promotion code HCFRide to receive 20% off 2 trips (up to $10 each) starting or ended at Hard Candy Fitness Locations. This promotion ends at April 30, 2014.

Here is my referral link if you want to use it to get the $20 in referral credits. As always, thanks for supporting the blog and enjoy traveling on a deal!

In the past I’ve allowed others to post their referral link, however, going forward I cannot allow it as it goes against Uber’s referral policy and you risk the chance of having Uber closing your account and losing all of your credits. 

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