How to save money in Uber? Find out here!

How to save money in Uber? Find out here!

Reduce your ride expenses with these ways Uber makes you save money on its services... Check them out!

Uber offers a running a ride-hailing service. The company also has a food order and delivery business, Uber Eats, and a freight shipping business, Uber Freight.

These work similarly to ride-hailing, except that they match people with delivery drivers and freight shippers, respectively. The Uber app gives you the power to get where you want to go with access to different types of rides across your city!

Here are 4 great ways to save money on Uber rides:

Split your rides with friends

If you’re someone who is constantly riding hailing with friends, try not to get into the habit of covering the costs for everyone. Lyft will let you “split” the ride with multiple riders.

If your friends don’t have the app, implore them to sign up so they don’t take advantage. At the very least, they could pay you cash for their share of each ride.

The company also has a food order and delivery business, Uber Eats

Avoid surge pricing

Speaking of surge pricing, avoiding this more expensive pricing scheme is the next money-saving hack you need to know. Uber raises their prices during peak travel times, or when too many riders are trying to set a pickup time at once.

Surge pricing with Uber can cost two to three times the normal rate, so you should avoid traveling during these surges.

Consider the Uber Visa card, too

In 2017, Uber partnered with Barclaycard to offer the new Uber Visa card. This card can be lucrative for ride-hailing enthusiasts, but it can help you earn cashback on other expenses, too.

You’ll earn a $100 signup bonus after you sign up for the card and use it for $500 in purchases within the first 90 days. You’ll also earn 4% cashback on dining, 3% cashback on hotels and airfare, 2% cashback on online purchases including Uber rides, and 1% back on everything else.

Uber partnered with Barclaycard to offer the new Uber Visa card

Get a rewards credit card

Signing up for a rewards credit card is another way to potentially save on rides, or get money back for each dollar you spend. The Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card is a smart option for Uber because you earn three points for each dollar you spend on travel.

Meanwhile, a flexible travel credit card like the Barclaycard Arrival Plus can also be ideal since you earn two points for each dollar you spend.

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