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Move Over Uber + Lyft! Juno Launches NYC Car Service With 35% Off

Newcomer Juno is preparing to disrupt the New York City ride-hailing app market currently dominated by Uber and Lyft. Juno just launched their beta app which gives (updated 3/29/17) 30% off rides + no surge fees in New York City (thats 30% off of Uber’s prices) – it was 35% when Juno launched. Find out how…

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Lyft Line Launches $5 Rides: New Jersey, Silicon Valley, Denver, Seattle, Philadelphia, San Diego

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Lyft launched their popular carpooling service “Lyft Line” in 6 cities this week. For a limited time, you’ll be able to take $5 rides in the $5 Zone (maps below)! Lyft Line has made it even easier to get around for less and even find a date. In NYC, rides started with flat rates of only $5,…

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20 FREE Rides ($20 each) – LYFT Launches in Philadelphia *EXPIRED

Lyft launches in Philadelphia… offers 20 10 Free Rides ($20 each)!  Similar to other Pioneer city launches (NYC, Chicago, Boston), Lyft is giving away 20 10 free rides to get people to sign up.  Hopefully there will be enough drivers!  Starting Friday, January 30, 2015, at 6pm, Lyft will begin service in Philadelphia!  Who needs…

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GETT $10 Flat Rate Rides Now ONLY Central Manhattan

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GETT $10 FLAT RATE RIDES IN CENTRAL MANHATTAN   UPDATE: Gett now offers $10 rides below 110th St! (not just central manhattan) GETT just changed their $10 Flat Rate pricing.  No longer can you go anywhere in Manhattan for $10.  The flat rate is now limited to Central Manhattan (from Houston to 59th St.). Many people were…

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$20 Free Ride + $10 Flat Rate: Gett launches Manhattan ride-sharing

According to the New York Post, Gett just launched their ride sharing service in Manhattan and is offering a free ride (up to $20) + $10 flat-rate rides in Manhattan! While Lyft and Uber duke it out for on-demand car service market share, Gett jumps into the competition.  Gett launched last year and is now…

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