Free Rolls Royce Uber Rides in NYC This Weekend

Mar 12, 2015

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I’m personally a huge Uber fan myself and am constantly using it in New York City and while on the road so was excited to see this awesome promotion from them. In anticipation of Sunday’s series premiere of E!’s The Royals, Uber is giving lucky NYC riders free rides in exclusive Rolls Royces this Thursday through Sunday.


Here’s how this offer works:

  • Enter code RoyalRideNYC in your app
  • Request ROYALS between 6pm – midnight from Thursday, March 12, to Saturday, March 15, and between 3 – 9pm on Sunday, March 15.
  • Enjoy a FREE, 30-minute ride in a Rolls Royce anywhere below 59th Street in Manhattan.

As a reminder, Uber is now offering a free ride (up to $20) for new users (sign-up link). Note: I get a free ride if you sign-up with my link, so thanks in advance if you use my link!


My Thoughts

Uber has offered similar promotions in the past with special cars or giveaways, and the availability is usually extremely limited, so be prepared to keep trying if you aren’t able to request a Rolls Royce on your first try.

Share in the comments below if you do have success with this promotion!

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