Free Uber Ride for NFL Kickoff Weekend – Valid for Existing Accounts!

The NFL season kicked off last night with the New England Patriots beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 28-21, though the game was not without more controversy.  Ridesharing companies Uber and Bridj have recently taken advantage of the issues plaguing the Patriots to offer tongue-in-cheek promotions for Boston-area residents.  Thankfully for Bears fans, the only controversy surrounding the team is whether Kristin Cavallari is the right woman for their star quarterback, Jay Cutler.

Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler & Kristin Cavallari

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This weekend, the rest of the league kicks off their 2015-16 NFL season, and Uber has partnered with Miller Lite to offer a free ride for Chicago Bears fans.  If you are planning on heading to Soldier Field this Sunday to watch the Chicago Bears play the Green Bay Packers, Uber wants to help you with a promo that is valid for both new and existing Uber customers.

Uber Chicago Bears Promo

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Prior to the game on September 13, 2015, make sure that you enter the promo code CHIKICKOFF into your app to trigger your free Uber ride.  Uber says:

Promo code is valid for new and existing riders. Valid only on 9/13/2015 for a ride from Soldier Field. Free ride, up to $25 off. Must be 21 or older to redeem.

Then on game day, request your free Uber ride home from Soldier Field!  Uber recommends that you request a pickup west of Lake Shore Drive on Sunday.

Soldier Field Pickup Location

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Hat tip to the Uber Promo Codes blog.

Comments

    • Everybody Hates a Tourist –

      It’s a valid point. For what it’s worth, I found Uber fares in Chicago to be very reasonable compared to cities in the Northeast (NYC, Boston). For example, a ride from Soldier Field to the Willis/Sears Tower on uberX is only $6-8. Even at a surge up to 3x, the fare is still less than the $25 credit, and will get you back into the heart of downtown Chicago.

  1. Hi, sorry to leave a negative comment here, but I have to say that although I really appreciate your blog and I read it often, this post really put me off.

    The entire thrust of this article was that Chicago fans can use this code. But you clearly chose a headline that was very misleading, as if this code was open to everybody. It seems a little deceitful, and I sort of wish you were above that sort of thing.

    Anyway, sorry to be a downer, but this kind of made me lose a bit of faith.

    Thanks for listening.

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