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Traveling from busy airports can be a stressful experience, there’s always plenty of things to be done, and plenty of things to go wrong. Amex and Uber have teamed up to offer U.S. Amex cardholders free rides from selected U.S. airports. This should go some way to taking the stress and expense out of traveling.
To take up the offer, the ride must start from one of the following eleven airports in the U.S.:
- Boston – Logan Airport (BOS)
- Chicago – O’Hare and Midway Airports (ORD and MDW)
- Houston – Bush International Airport (IAH)
- Las Vegas – McCarran International Airport (LAS)
- New York – Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia, and JFK International (EWR, LGA and JFK)
- Seattle – Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
- Washington, D.C. – Dulles International and Reagan Washington National Airports (DCA and IAD)
The offer is valid until the end of December 2016. All cardmembers need to do is enter the promotion code AMEXAIRPORT in their Uber app. Cardmembers will then get a discount of up to $65 on their ride. The offer is not just for one ride but can be used twice by each cardholder, amounting to a total discount of $130. Travelers need to remember that to take advantage of the offer, they must make sure that their American Express card is the selected method of payment on the app. One thing to note is that American Express pre-paid cards are not eligible for the promotion.
Considering how expensive airport rides can be, this offer is a great opportunity for American Express cardholders to save some money and take some stress out of travel. Amex cardholders who are not already Uber users can sign up for Uber and link their card to benefit from double reward points on Uber rides.
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