Madison, Your Uber Has Arrived!
Madtown, your Uber is arriving now! We’re excited to add Madison to the 70+ cities worldwide where we connect riders to drivers on-demand.
Say hello to uberX, the ultra-reliable, cost-efficient ridesharing option from Uber. At prices cheaper than a taxi, it’s now easier than ever to get around Madison.
Airport to Downtown: $20
FREE UBERX FOR TWO WEEKS!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- You get 10 FREE uberX rides! (Up to $25 per ride)
- No promo code necessary, all you need to do is ride
- FREE rides available in Madison only
- FREE rides end March 20th
If you don’t see an uberX at first, don’t worry! Since Uber is still in testing phase, there may be times when availability is limited. Just refresh your Uber app again after a few minutes to request a ride and you will be on your way.
What is uberX?
Madison uberX includes ridesharing, offering Uber reliability with prices up to 20% cheaper than a taxi. Driver partners on uberX have mid-range or hybrid vehicles in a variety of colors and styles, with seating for up to four people.
To maintain the Uber standard you expect, all driver partners pass Uber’s rigorous screening process. In order to be an uberX partner in Madison, driver partners must pass:
• A stringent background check
• A driving history check
• An in-person interview and screening
• Ongoing quality controls
As always, your safety and satisfaction remain our highest priority. All Uber rides are backed by the driver’s insurance policy as well as our corporate insurance policy, and you will always have the option to rate every driver and contribute to the quality with your feedback.
Questions? Comments? Excited that Uber has finally rolled into the Mad City? We’d love to hear from you on Twitter @Uber_Madison
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