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Uber has a promotion for Miami riders for $5 rides through September 30, 2016. When you buy a $30 package, you’ll lock in flat rates for up to 20 rides. This is a great value if you plan on spending some time in Miami during September 2016, especially if you use more than 10 Uber rides in the month.
What Is This Deal All About?
This is a new pilot for flat fares on uberX. The company rolled this out to make frequent rides even more affordable and covers your Uber trips in the Miami area through September 30. Any trips not used by this date are forfeited.
What If The Regular Fare’s Cheaper Than The Flat Rate?
All rides are measured by the amount of time and distance required to complete the trip. If the upfront fare (time + distance) is lower than the flat fare, you’ll pay the less of the two fares.
Is This Offer Available Outside of Miami?
This fare package can only be used for rides in the Miami area. You can review a Google map of the flat fare zone.
What Kind of Rides Are Available With Flat Fares?
Flat fares can only be used on uberPOOL or uberX rides.
Will These Flat Rates Cover All My Trips?
The flat fare will cover all rides up to $25. You will need to pay for any part of the fare that goes over the $25 limit for each ride.
How Can I Get The Most Out Of This Offer?
- New to Uber? You can get $20 off your first ride by signing up today.
- Link your credit card to your Uber account.
If you live in or are visiting the Miami area, this $30 package could be a great way to save a bunch. The flat rate of $5 would apply for all trips in the flat rate area, no matter if it’s the weekday or the weekend, through September 30.
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