Miami Uber Riders Can Sign Up for $5 Rides in September

Aug 23, 2016

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Uber’s been rolling out some new products in recent months — some of which have stuck, like $5 commuter rides with UberPool in New York, UberCentral, a flat rate pass for NYC riders and scheduling your Uber rides in advance. And now, Uber’s latest flat fare promotion targets Miami-based riders.

Miami Uber riders can now purchase a $30 package to give them $5 flat fares on up to 20 trips. The flat fares are valid on both weekday and weekend trips with UberX in the designated Uber Miami area. The 20 trips must be completed by September 30 — any trips not used will be removed from your account and become unredeemable.

Miami Uber passengers can purchase a package for flat $5 fares on up to 20 rides.

Unfortunately, if you choose to purchase the package, which will give you the flat fare rides, you can only use them in the Miami area. Note that the $5 flat fare is only eligible for rides that are less than $25 — for any ride that exceeds that limit, you’ll be responsible for paying the difference.

If you don’t already have an Uber account, you can sign up here to receive your first ride for free (up to $20) from TPG. Also keep in mind that you should sync a credit card with your Uber account that will earn you the most return on your ride, such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3x points per dollar on travel.

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