(Expired) Add This $20 Off Uber Credit Valid for Existing Customers

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Here’s a $20 credit that you can add to your Uber account and which should be valid through the end of February.

  1. Open your Uber app and go to the menu.

  2. Select payment, and then select ‘Add Promo/Gift Code’

  3. Enter promo code UBERCOHOLIDAY

The promotion added successfully to my account:

And, of course, if you aren’t yet an Uber customer you can stack this with a new customer free ride credit, just sign up for an account first.

No promises — these promotion windows usually close quickly, and there’s always the possibility that Uber could claw this one back. But I expect it should work.

(HT: @Roar_Singh via Doctor of Credit)

Update: Readers are reporting that the limit on this promotion has been reached.

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Comments

  1. You’re kidding me. You put the update at the END of the post rather than the BEGINNING? Unbelievable, Gary. I know you have to sell stuff on your blog but this is outrageous.

  2. Kills me that people want FREE information and gripe about positioning of an update. Maybe you can give them a personal call next time, Gary?

  3. Didn’t occur to me to update the title when I quickly added the update to the post. Then I went off and did other things come 7pm at night. Sorry that folks seem to have a problem with that.

    I took the suggestion on seeing the comments this morning and updated the title. it’s a good suggestion. I sure would have appreciated if it had been offered more constructively, less snark, without the attacks and assumption of some kind of bad faith on my part.

    So a simultaneous thank you and a screw off to the critics here 🙂

  4. Thanks Gary for all the great info you provide us. And definitely screw off to those that think a couple seconds of their precious time and a chance for something free is such an inconvenience caused by you. The rest of us are grateful.

  5. Gary, I criticize because you’re a professional blogger. If you truly had no click bait intentions (which I hate to say but honestly doubt) you should have known better as a professional. I probably criticize more than I complement, because you’re held to a higher standard.

    Regardless, you’re the only blog I still read more or less every day. Thanks for all the great knowledge you’ve taught me and info you provide. Happy holidays and have a great New Year.

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