SLC, Your Uber Has Arrived… And It’s FREE!
Uber has arrived in Salt Lake City! We’re here to bring you a seamless, stylish, and convenient way to move around your city with our ultra-affordable ridesharing option, uberX. We’re also very excited to announce the launch of uberXL, our high capacity option for up to 6 passengers. Whether you’re heading to the slopes, hitting the town with friends, or just taking the family to soccer practice, uberXL has got you covered. Starting today, it’s FREE for everyone from now through June 9th.
Unlock 2 weeks of free rides! Enter code: LaunchSLC
How to Get Free Rides:
- Download the app and enter the code “LaunchSLC”
- To request a ride, toggle the slider at the bottom of your Uber app to choose uberX or uberXL and ride FREE. Within minutes, you’ll get a curbside pickup from your own private driver
- Each rider will be eligible for 20 FREE Uber rides up to $20 per ride!
- Free rides are only available in Salt Lake City and end on June 9th at 11:59pm
Everyone’s pumped about uberX and uberXL in SLC! Check out retired entrepreneur, KSL TV Tech Correspondent, Weber State Vice Provost and now Uber Rider Zero, Alex Lawrence, getting his uberX on to golf this morning.
Start enjoying your free rides today! If you don’t see an Uber at first, don’t worry! While we’re offering free rides, there may be times when availability is limited. Just refresh your Uber app after a few minutes to request a ride & you’ll be on your way.
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