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Up to $20 off Your Next Uber Ride (Including Existing Customers)

Dec. 16, 2016
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Up to $20 off Your Next Uber Ride (Including Existing Customers)
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Update 12/16/16: The codes for Columbus and Dallas are no longer valid.

Update 10:29pm: The $10 discount is no longer available in Houston.

Update 10:18pm: We've added codes for Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis and Pittsburgh.

Update 10:07pm: This promo is no longer available in Miami and NYC.

Uber's back at it, with another opportunity to save on your next ride — existing customers included.

This time around, the discount (and code) varies a bit depending on where you'll be hailing a car. To take advantage, load your Uber app, head over to the Payment tab, click "Add Promo/Gift Code" and enter the code for your respective city below:

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  • $20 off New York, NY promo code: LIGHTNYC16
  • $10 off Atlanta, GA promo code: LIGHTATL16
  • $10 off Columbus, OH promo code: LITECOL16
  • $10 off Dallas, TX promo code: LITEDAL16
  • $10 off Denver, CO promo code: LIGHTDEN16
  • $10 off Houston, TX promo code: LIGHTHTX2016
  • $10 off Louisville, KY promo code: LITELOU16
  • $10 off Miami, FL promo code: LIGHTMIA16
  • $10 off Minneapolis, MN promo code: LITEMSP16
  • $10 off Philadelphia, PA promo code: LITEPHL16
  • $10 off Pittsburgh, PA promo code: LITEPIT16

This discount is valid in the above markets through January 1, 2017 — limited to UberX or UberPool in NYC.

If you don’t already have an Uber account, you can sign up here to receive additional free ride (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 greatest return on your ride, such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3x points per dollar on travel.

H/T: Doctor of Credit