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Get $20 off a Lyft Premier Ride (Existing Customers, Too)

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We’ve seen Uber offer free rides from time to time, and here’s one from Lyft. The ride sharing service is currently offering $20 off a Lyft Premier ride when you enter the code PREMXRIDE. Note that this is for a higher-end car, so many rides will likely run you well over $20. As per the terms, you’ll need to redeem your free ride by 11:59pm on September 28.

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Got $20 off a Lyft Premier ride.

If you’re new to Lyft, you can also get up to $50 off when you sign up here. It’s not clear whether or not you can stack these promotions, but you’ll come out ahead with the new user offer, so I’d opt for that, instead.

H/T: Dan’s Deals

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