Uber and Goodwill® Make Spring Cleaning Easy in NYC

#UberSpringCleaning is back! In the spirit of the season, we are once again teaming up with our friends at Goodwill® to make your spring cleaning quick and convenient. Find out how you can donate your clothing at the tap of a button.

UberEATS – Now Serving NYC

We’re introducing UberEATS in New York City, helping users go from hungry to happy in 10 minutes or less. And today, we’re kicking off with an EATS exclusive meal by #ChefZero Marc Forgione of American Cut. Hungry for more?

A Sweet Deal from The Meatball Shop

We’re offering $5 uberPOOL rides along the L Line between Williamsburg and Manhattan so you can continue to frequent the local spots you know and love. To sweeten the deal, our friends at The Meatball Shop are offering riders who venture to Williamsburg a FREE ice cream sandwich with meal purchase. Get the scoop here.

Share your ride, reduce emissions

In honor of Earth Day, we’re encouraging New Yorkers to share a ride and help reduce emissions by offering $5 uberPOOL flat rates in Manhattan.

$5 for 5 Weekends

In an effort to connect riders with the places, people, and businesses they care about, we’re offering $5 uberPOOL rides along the L Line between Williamsburg and Manhattan for 5 weekends.

The Ride of Thrones

We’re teaming up with HBO NOW and Game of Thrones to bring you closer to the show you love. Find out how you can seize the Iron Throne.

We’re Taking You Out

This week we’re teaming up with Care.com, Reserve, and MoviePass to take you and a guest out for a stress-free, wallet-free Night on the Town!

Take me out to the ballgame

To kick off the 2015 baseball season, we’re offering $15 uberPOOL flat rates to and from today’s home opener.

Happy April Fools’ Day

While we may not be delivering on-demand lion cubs today, we are supporting National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative. Find out how you can help.

UberLIONS Roam the Concrete Jungle

UberKITTENS was great, but this year, we needed to deliver something bigger. So we asked ourselves, “What’s bigger than kittens?”