50 Free Rides with Lyft (up to $25 each) *Offer Expired

Updated on September 28, 2015



50 Free Rides in New York City

50 Free Rides (up to $25 each) for 15 days


UPDATE: New 10 Free Rides Offer in many major cities.  Click here for more information. Limited Time Only!
UPDATE: The 50 Free Rides is No Longer Available.  For more Lyft coupon promo codes, visit borntocoupon.com


How does it work?   Watch this youtube video

Lyft, a new ride sharing service and competitor to Uber (which I recently wrote about here), just launched their  “Lyftapalooza” promotion and they are giving away 50 rides up to $25 each in the next 15 days.  They are launching in 24 markets in 24 hours on April 24,” or alternatively, as “Lyftapalooza.”   This is not exactly a taxi/black car service like Uber, but its airbnb.com for car rides.   It seems anyone can become a driver after an application & background check and can do this to offset costs of their car or just earn some extra money — maybe by just giving someone a lyft who is headed in the same direction as you. 

UPDATE: Now LIVE in New York City:  Click Here

How do I sign up?
  1. Click here to sign up and get $20 towards your first ride (THIS OFFER HAS EXPIRED)
  2. Download the mobile app
  3. Sign up then click in the settings –> payment –> scroll to the bottom below your credit card info.  You should see “50 free rides, up to $25 each”.  If the credits don’t show up in the app on their own, go to the Payment screen and enter the code TRY before requesting your first Lyft.

If your credits don’t show up, enter the code TRY here:

Where to enter the Lyft code

Can I refer a friend?

Yes, you will get a referral link in your email after you sign up.  Give it to your friends and they will get $25 credit towards your first ride.  You will also get $25 credit.  This link explains it.

Lyft Free Ride banner

Where is this available?

As per PC Magazine's article, Lyft's markets now comprise the following locations (with new markets in italics).  Lyft is now in NYC too.

  • Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson
  • California: Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Silicon Valley, FresnoModestoSan Bernadino
  • Colorado: Denver, Colorado Springs
  • Connecticut: Fairfield County & New Haven
  • Florida: Tampa Bay, Jacksonville
  • Georgia: Atlanta
  • Illinois: Chicago
  • Indiana: Indianapolis
  • Kentucky: LexingtonLouisville
  • Maryland: Baltimore
  • Massachusetts: Boston
  • Michigan: Detroit, Ann Arbor
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis-St. Paul
  • Missouri: St. Louis, Kansas City
  • Nebraska: LincolnOmaha
  • New Jersey: Newark & North Jersey
  • New Mexico: Albuquerque
  • New York: BuffaloRochester
  • North Carolina: Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham
  • Ohio: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo
  • Oklahoma: Oklahoma CityTulsa
  • Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh
  • Rhode Island: Providence
  • Tennessee: Nashville, Memphis
  • Texas: Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi
  • Utah: Salt Lake City
  • Virginia: Virginia Beach
  • Washington: Seattle, Spokane
  • Washington D.C.
  • Wisconsin: Madison, Milwaukee


Are you going to sign up?  Let me know what you think?





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  1. Lyft is awesome! I live in Baltimore, MD and I do not have a vehicle. I have a lot of experiences with public transportation here, but Lyft offers something much more. It’s convenient, safe, and affordable. I have also met some really cool people.

  2. Lyft and Uber suck in Charlotte, the apps won’t let us do any of the promo codes and always say that we either have one applied already or that the code isn’t valid in my city. This makes me so upset and I wish they would fix this.

    • Do you mean the codes don’t work even for new customers? If you are an existing customer then they usually don’t give out so many promotions.

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