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Get $10 Off a Lyft Ride This Weekend (Existing Customers, Too)

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Budweiser recently partnered with Lyft as part of a new “Give a Damn. Don’t Drive Drunk” campaign, offering $10 off your next Lyft ride this Friday or Saturday in order to discourage drunk driving. You’ll need to enter your phone number here to get your $10 credit, which will be sent to your existing Lyft account.

Note that the promotion is only valid in New York City, Long Island, Denver, Chicago, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Naples (FL), Venice (FL), Ft. Collins (CO) and Colorado Springs. Existing Lyft customers will be able to take advantage as well, but pay attention to time limitations, as you’re also only able to use the $10 credit between the peak party hours of 10:00pm tonight and 2:00am on Saturday or between 10:00pm Saturday and 2:00am Sunday.

If you’re new to the ride-sharing service, 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.

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