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Since the day we launched Uber in Rhode Island, you’ve shown us nothing but love – so we decided it’s our turn. We’re proud to announce that for the next 3 days, Uber is FREE in Rhode Island.
Just request a ride and it will be free – automagically!
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TO SNAG YOUR FREE RIDES
Request a ride in Rhode Island and the promotion will apply automatically.
Take 3 FREE rides between 7am on Thursday (1/23) through 6pm on Saturday (1/25) for up to $20 per ride.
If you’re not signed up, download the app or register here: uber.com/go/RILOVESUBER.
- We’re expecting pretty high demand for free rides, so thanks in advance for your patience with us!
Freebies from Our Favorite Spots
Need somewhere to take your free rides? We have you covered. Even more special offers await you when you show your Uber trip receipt at Providence’s hottest hangouts. Simply show your Uber receipt and…
10 Steak & Sushi -25% off your food total
The Avery – 10% off
The Eddy – Special gift
Farmstead – 10% off an artisan cheese board in the restaurant
Harry’s Bar & Burger – Free Sloppy Harry fries
The Hot Club – Free Narragansett draft
Luxe Burger Bar – Buy one build-your-own-burger, get one free
North – $.50 of every plate donated to RI charity
Providence Coal Fired Pizza – 10% off your food total
Rick’s Roadhouse – Free nachos
RiRa – No cover charge
The Salon – Free nachos
StyleWeek – Upgrade to VIP
Vanity – Free dessert
XO Cafe – 25% off your food total
Free Uber Week is on, Rhode Island – open your app and order up!
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