100 Free uberX Rides. It’ll Change the Way You See Nashville.

UPDATE: The last day to qualify for this promotion was Tuesday, February 11th. Questions? Email supportnashville@uber.com


Let’s start this off right. We’re new in town and thought we’d get to know each other. In celebration of our official launch in Music City, we’re giving every new user in Nashville 100 FREE uberX RIDES (up to $25 each for two weeks)Anytime you want to get out of the cold and into a warm car – request an uberX!

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Ditch your keys and take uberX everywhere. Get more stuff done. See the city like you’ve always wanted to. So where to?

Running late for work? FREE.
Hitting the bars on Broadway? FREE.
Heading to the Arena? FREE.

How does it work?

  • You get 100 FREE uberX rides! (Up to $25 per ride.)
  • Rides in Nashville only.
  • For new Uber users only.
  • Free rides expire 14 days after your first uberX trip.
  • No promo code necessary.

New to Uber? No problem! Uber is a mobile app that allows you to request a safe, reliable ride on demand. Push a button and watch your ride arrive on a real-time map. No need to worry about handling cash, your fare is billed straight to your card with no need to tip.


Start enjoying your free uberX rides today! Questions? Let us know at supportnashville@uber.com.

Ride on,
Team Uber Nashville

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