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posted 47 years ago by
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Through October 15th, Uber is offering 50% off fares (with a maximum of $5 off. So anything over $10 is still $5 off)

Download android pay if you dont have it already, set up your card info, then go into the uber app and set android pay as your preferred method of paymen.

Maybe just a warm deal, but a deals a deal.

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Nice deal!

Sweet...Thanks!

That's how you lose more than a billion dollars every year.

speedoflight said:   That's how you lose more than a billion dollars every year.
  But is so old-fashioned, non-disruptive to turn a profit

no more $30 codes?

awesome thanks!

speedoflight said:   That's how you lose more than a billion dollars every year.
  
it's just $5 off, nothing at all.

I haven't taken any UBER rides yet, how much is the mile, hour or whatever they go by on their rates?

Uber gets $$ real quick.
If you live in nyc, chicago, or washington dc Via transport is the way to go.
Ride sharing app.
In NYC, ride sharing from lower Manhattan as far as 125th St. for a flat $5 (plus tax). "Black Car" service. They also service the local airports.
http://support.ridewithvia.com/customer/portal/articles/1810901 
If you don't live in one of those cities... move!

brusbrother said:   Uber gets $$ real quick.
If you live in nyc, chicago, or washington dc Via transport is the way to go.
Ride sharing app.
In NYC, ride sharing from lower Manhattan as far as 125th St. for a flat $5 (plus tax). "Black Car" service. They also service the local airports.
http://support.ridewithvia.com/customer/portal/articles/1810901 
If you don't live in one of those cities... move!

  I thought those cities had the best public transit systems?

"Android Pay isn't compatible with this version" How does one upgrade my android phone in order to use Android Pay?

herbamatic said:   
brusbrother said:   Uber gets $$ real quick.
If you live in nyc, chicago, or washington dc Via transport is the way to go.
Ride sharing app.
In NYC, ride sharing from lower Manhattan as far as 125th St. for a flat $5 (plus tax). "Black Car" service. They also service the local airports.
http://support.ridewithvia.com/customer/portal/articles/1810901 
If you don't live in one of those cities... move!

  I thought those cities had the best public transit systems?

From the nitty gritty streets of NY:
Some cross town routes, like going across Central Park, aren't accessable via mass transit and can get pretty spendy in taxis/uber as the meter ticks away in traffic. Buses are for people who have all the time in the world as they stop on every corner. Subways can be less than accessible for those unwilling/unable to climb stairs. Access-a-ride in NYC costs about $4 and the availability/wait time can be burdensome. All in, Via seems to be a best bet AND it is still receiving $ infusion from investors. 

critter017 said:   "Android Pay isn't compatible with this version" How does one upgrade my android phone in order to use Android Pay?
  
I searched it and it led me to the Play page: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android...
It requires Android version 4.4 or higher.  It sounds like you're out of luck.

Chase now compatible with Android Pay so even better....3x points with CSR

50% OFF UP TO $5 WITH ANDROID PAY is a lot different than a straight up 50% OFF UBER WITH ANDROID PAY. Title is a bit misleading.

brusbrother said:   Uber gets $$ real quick.
If you live in nyc, chicago, or washington dc Via transport is the way to go.
Ride sharing app.
In NYC, ride sharing from lower Manhattan as far as 125th St. for a flat $5 (plus tax). "Black Car" service. They also service the local airports.
http://support.ridewithvia.com/customer/portal/articles/1810901 
If you don't live in one of those cities... move!

  Via's good, but it's not nonstop (will have multiple pickups and drop-offs).  UberPool, which is $5, is basically the same service, although I usually end up with at most one other passenger for UberPool.



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