Lyft rolls out 10 Free Rides Promo in More Cities:
Miami, Brooklyn, Atlanta, San Diego, Dallas/Fort Worth Added – bringing the total to 11 cities!
After recently rolling out 10 Free Rides in many major cities, Lyft surprisingly continues to expand the ten free ride promotion to more and more cities. It’s really 11 free rides because you will get a separate $20 credit that expires about a month later. This is a limited time promotion for new users. These generous promotions make UBER’s temporary bump to
$30 now $20 sign up bonus seem paltry! This is $200 free Lyft rides in most of the cities and up to $400 $200 in Philly! There are probably more cities coming. It looks like Lyft may be getting a lot more money to fuel their grow – $250 million according to the NY Times. Stay tuned…
THE 10 RIDE PROMOTION HAS ENDED
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LINKS TO SIGN UP
*3/22/15: New York City & other cities now appear to be offering 3 free rides $5 each now (not 10 rides!).
*3/5/15: The 10 free rides appears to be over in most cities (NYC still works as of 3/4/15).
*2/27/15: New York City still works and is now 5 Free Rides up to $20 each. Lyft tweeted the same on 3/4/15. Screen shots below.
*2/25/15: This promo may have ended in some cities. Please email me if it works/doesn’t work in your city and I will update.
*2/12/15: Added San Diego [Hat tip to cplay]
*2/16/15: Added Dallas/Fort Worth [Hat tip to Michael]
*2/19/15: Confirmed New York City users now getting 10 Free Rides $20 each (instead of $5). All of NYC now gets 10 Free (including Brooklyn & Queens)
*2/21/15: Added Austin, Nashville, Seattle, Silicon Valley. Los Angeles and San Francisco may get 10 Free Rides $5 each but I have not yet confirmed this.
FIRST CITIES ANNOUNCED LAST WEEK (original post)
|New York City|
*2/27/15: New York City updated to 5 free rides
*3/2/15: Chicago has been reported as down to just 1 free ride.
*3/5/15: Philadelphia has been reported as down to just 1 free ride.
*3/12/15: New York City updated to 5 free rides up to $15 each.
**This may work in some other cities. Please keep the emails and screen shots coming.
Note: Ignore the “$20 offer” that pops up after you click the link. Lyft doesn’t display their pioneer offers on the links unfortunately. You should also get a $20 credit in addition to the free rides but I have heard reports that not everyone is getting it (see screen shot below where the nyc new user got the 10 free rides but not an extra $20 credit).
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
- Use the links above to sign up.
- Download the mobile app (do it when you are in the city listed above to make sure it works!)
- Sign up then click in the settings –> payment –> scroll to the bottom below your credit card info. You should see your free rides in the app. If not, go to the Payment screen and enter the promo / coupon code before requesting your first Lyft! I will receive referral credit if you use my links. Many thanks in advance if you do!
Expiration Dates? This offer will likely only last a couple weeks and may be pulled sooner. If you signed up on Feb 4, 2015 in New York City, you have until March 5th to use up your rides (see screen shot below). Usually the offers give you 2 weeks to use the rides, but this time new users in New York City will have over 1 month! I’ll need to wait for some from the other cities to confirm.
You should receive a text from LYFT confirming the details. Here’s the confirmation from a new user in New York City, Brooklyn, and Atlanta (if you have the screen shot for one of the other cities please shoot me a message). Thanks for the screen shots!
New York City is now offering 5 Free Rides up to $5 each (as of 3/22/15)
New York City bonus is down to 5 Free Rides up to $15 each (as of 3/12/15)
New York City Offer Tweeted By Lyft on 3/4/15
New York City (down to 5 Free Rides as of 2/27/15)
New York City (now up to $20 each instead of the initial $5)
Dallas / Fort Worth
If your credits do not show up, enter the promo coupon code here:
CAN I REFER A FRIEND?
Yes, give your code to your friends and you both will get Lyft credit. This link explains the details.