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Want to know how far you’ve traveled this year with Uber? Or how many trips you’ve taken since signing up for the service? Well, Uber’s sending out emails to users containing rider-specific statistics since signing up for the service.
Uber sent me my email today to mark my three-year anniversary with the rideshare service. In the email were some statistics about my account — here are the highlights:
- Lifetime trips: 267
- My rating: 4.65
- Total miles traveled this year: 871
- Trips taken this year: 106
- 5-Star trips earned: 86
The email reminded me just how much I’ve spent with the company — both money and time. Uber also let me know that the majority of trips I’ve taken have been on the weekends, making me a true weekend warrior. Thankfully, I’ve been able to save a good amount of money on my Uber rides recently with my Platinum Card from American Express. With it, I save $200 per year on my Uber rides — a good way to keep me loyal to the service. If you don’t yet have an Uber account, you can sign up here and get a $20 credit from TPG.
We want to hear from you. What do your Uber lifetime statistics look like?
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