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delta teams up with uber

For quite a while now UBER has been offering 20/20 that is $20 for using a riders links like mine and then $20 to the new rider. Some took this to amazing heights like one kid who earned $50,000 in free rides. UBER did not like that and kicked him out and dumped his credits.

UBER has gotten real nasty on many who refer them, closing accounts for those who rack up too many credits so be careful. I think this really is sad as I like UBER (other than from the airport in Hawaii – cost me $70!) and I use the service when it works for me.

70 uber ride from hnl to hiltion deltapoints

Bottom line, (not my link but use this direct link to UBER), if you are new DO NOT USE MY $10 link but just go direct to Uber and use the code DELTA25 under the promotions tab to get $25 credit back for your 1st ride (and I am reasonably sure Delta gets something for the referral but it is not stated).

promotions tab on uber

Can this be stacked with other codes you may find? I have no idea and readers could maybe comment on success or failure in the comments below! Also, I think, but am not sure and would love reader input, that you can use your Barclay’s Arrival card as UBER default payment means and “pay yourself back” but would love confirmation please. – René
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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.

8 Comments

  1. Honestly, I’d rather give you 20 and take 20 than give delta whatever cheeky prize they get for promoting uber here… Delta has been so cheep lately, I don’t want to play!

    • @Terrance – smile, you ROCK, and txs. Yes.
      @Mary – that is what we did for our return trip from the Hilton Hawaiian Village and it worked perfect! Txs.

  2. Next time you’re in Honolulu, use Viator shuttle from/to airport. R/T was about $28.00 and you can book online. Little or no wait time. I’m not on commission with them…just have used them several times.

  3. I love Uber. My Uber driver last week told me that it was the best job he ever had. He was driving a taxi before he joined Uber. His income has increased by 300 dollars/week and he gets to set his own hours. I have had nothing but positive experiences with Uber.

  4. Deltasegmentflyer Reply

    Uber does not allowing stacking any more for first time users as I did the $20 and then tried to add a amazon $25 and it states only one code allowed.

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