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You can now get $50 monthly Uber Cash, Uber Pass subscription with WeWork All Access

May 11, 2021
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You can now get $50 monthly Uber Cash, Uber Pass subscription with WeWork All Access
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Today, WeWork and Uber announced a partnership that gives new WeWork All Access members a $50 monthly Uber Cash credit and a complimentary Uber Pass membership for their first 12 months of membership. This incentive is offered to new members who sign up for All Access by Oct. 9, 2021.

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WeWork All Access is the coworking company's subscription service that lets members use all WeWork spaces worldwide. Members can use hot desk workspaces (first come-first served desk spots), the coffee bar, high-speed internet and on-site phone booths for $299 per month.

Uber Cash and Uber Pass are credited after the member's first month of paid membership. Unfortunately, this doesn't include the 30-day free trial offered to all new members. Members can use the monthly Uber Cash credit toward Uber rides and Uber Eats delivery.

The complimentary Uber Pass subscription normally costs $24.99 and includes the following benefits:

  • 10% off UberX, UberXL and Uber Comfort
  • 15% off Premium rides
  • $0 delivery fees on most $15+ Uber Eats orders
  • $0 delivery fees on $30+ grocery deliveries

Note that this is a different benefit than Uber's Eats Pass, which is included with the American Express® Gold Card. Additionally, the Uber Cash included with your WeWork membership should stack with Uber credits offered with various Amex cards.

To get these benefits, sign up for All Access using this page on the WeWork website. Officially, the promotion is supposed to be targeted, but anyone can sign up through the link, and multiple TPG staffers received an email invitation.

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Is WeWork All Access worth it?

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WeWork All Access may be worthwhile for those who are sick of working from home and want a new place to work during the day. WeWork coworking spaces are located around many metro areas in the U.S. and abroad, and All Access lets you use any of them as much as you'd like. This can also be great for digital nomads and frequent travelers alike.

Most WeWork locations have large coworking areas with desks, couches and other seating options. Plus, there's complimentary coffee and other office-like amenities that can help you stay productive throughout the day. I was a WeWork All Access member in 2019 and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

The added Uber benefits are a nice addition and a great way to help WeWork sell its product. That said, you should only sign up for WeWork All Access if you plan to use WeWork coworking spaces at least 10 days per month. Otherwise, you're better off using WeWork On Demand which lets you visit coworking spaces for $29.99 per day.

It's also worth noting that American Express is offering many credit cardholders a 25% discount on WeWork All Access memberships through the end of June. Check your Amex Offers to see if you're eligible for this offer.

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If you're on the fence, sign up for a free trial through Uber's link and see if the subscription works for you. There's something to be said for having a real workspace available whenever you'd like, especially if you've been working from home for the past 14 months. Plus, the monthly Uber Cash credit is effectively a $50 discount if you frequently ride with Uber or order Uber Eats delivery.

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For rates and fees of the Amex Gold card, click here.

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Editorial disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

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