2 Free Uber Rides from Selected Airports with American Express!

by Enoch

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Uber is partnering with American Express with this incredible offer! From now until the end of the year, you can get 2 free Uber rides from selected airports! Simply enter the promo code AMEXAIRPORT in your Uber app (select “Payments” from the menu).

Get 2 free Uber rides from selected airport, courtesy of American Express!

Get 2 free Uber rides from selected airport, courtesy of American Express!

You will also have to select an American Express card as the payment option for the ride in order to get the discount. Uber will take up to $65 off your ride, and charge the rest to the selected American Express card. You can use the discount up to two times, so this is potentially $130 in savings!

Any Uber options are eligible, so you can get a free ride by using UberPOOL or UberX, or get a significant discount off UberBlack. However, this promotion is only for rides from the airport, and will not work for rides to the airport. Here are the eligible airports.

  • New York City (LGA, JFK, EWR)
  • Chicago (ORD, MDW)
  • Seattle (SEA)
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Houston (IAH)
  • Washington D.C. (IAD, DCA)

Enrollment is limited, so I’d get on this as soon as possible.

(HT The Points Guy)

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A November 16, 2016 - 6:08 am

Thanks for posting. I got the deal. I’ll get a huge value out of this between myself and my spouse for rides to DC from IAD. It’s a haul.


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