Possible $15 Uber Credit for Existing Customers

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Uber, which normally only gives free Uber credit to new customers, has an offer for even existing customers of $15 towards their next ride with promo code PRICELESSUS15 when paying with a MasterCard.

While there’s no longer Uber in Austin where I live — the only way to use Uber inside the city is with this hack — the promo is valid through end of year so I’ll be able to use it on my next trip in a few days by adding the code now and changing my payment method (my Chase Sapphire Preferred Card earns double points with Uber, and of course that’s in addition to the Starwood points I earn for each Uber trip).

For most of you though just log into Uber, go to the menu, and choose ‘promotions’.

uber menu

Click ‘add code’ and type in the promotion code PRICELESSUS15.

uber promotions

You’ll reportedly receive $15 off your next Uber ride taken in the US.

free uber credit

The offer appears to be from MasterCard for French customers visiting the US. The offer is explicitly valid in the U.S. Please share in the comments whether it works for you.

(HT: Dan’s Deals forums via Doctor of Credit)

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