Save Up to $75 Off Your Next Five Uber Rides Using Android Pay

Dec 11, 2016

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Looking for an easy way to save some serious money on your next five Uber rides? Now through December 31, Uber and Android Pay have teamed up to offer 50% off your next five Uber rides — up to $15 off per ride. The only catch is that you’re going to have to use Android Pay to get the discount, meaning you’ll need to use an Android phone.

If you’ve got the hardware, click here to download Android Pay. Once it’s downloaded, set up an eligible credit or debit card in Android Pay. Switch to your Uber app and set Android Pay as your default payment option. Then, enter the ANDROID50 promo code in your Uber app to activate the discount. Finally, pay for your next five rides — or five of your more-expensive rides over the next few weeks — with Android Pay to get the 50% discount.

Make sure you move fast, the offer is only available “while supplies last,” and we’ve seen plenty of Uber discount codes disappear in a hurry.

Note that the terms of this offer mention it’s “valid in the US only.” It’s unclear whether this means the promotion is only open to US-based Uber users or if your rides are going to have to be in the US to qualify for the discount.

If you’re traveling this month, don’t forget to register for Uber’s airport promo as well. Amex is teaming up with Uber to offer US cardholders two free rides home from select major US airports (up to $65 per ride) through December 31, 2016. See full details in this post. Additionally, if you don’t have an Uber account, you can sign up here to receive another free ride (up to $20) from TPG.

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