Get a Free $15 Uber Ride in Several US Cities (Including Existing Customers)

Jan 12, 2017

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

Update 11/12/17 9:30pm: The Chicago discount is no longer available as well.

Update 11/12/17 4:25pm: Some readers are reporting that the NYC discount is no longer available.


We’ve seen plenty of offers for free Uber rides — existing customers included — but they all have one thing in common: If you don’t register quickly, you’re going to miss out. Once again, Uber is offering free rides, this time in four US cities (if you discover codes for other cities please share them in the comments below!). To register, enter the code that corresponds to your city below:

Boston: LIVEBYNIGHTBOS
Chicago: LIVEBYNIGHTCHI
Los Angeles: LIVEBYNIGHTLA
New York City: LIVEBYNIGHTNYC

These particular codes are valid for $15 off any ride through 11:59pm on January 15, 2017 (this Sunday). Limited to UberX and UberPool in NYC.

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Get $15 off your next Uber ride.

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 Preferred for 2x points per dollar on travel.

H/T: Dan’s Deals

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