Take a ride with Matt and Kim and Uber, only in SF
On Monday we revealed how you can now play your Spotify music when you ride with Uber.
Tomorrow, fans in San Francisco have the chance to be picked up and driven around by Matt and Kim. Yes, you read that right!
REQUEST THE CHANCE TO RIDE WITH MATT AND KIM
HOW DO YOU TAKE PART?
- Connect your Spotify account from the Uber Profile screen. You only need to do this once. (Don’t have Spotify Premium? No problem! See below for details.)
- Open up the Uber app at 2:30 pm on Friday, November 21.
- Request the special vehicle option. Tap the music bar and choose a song from any of your Spotify playlists while you wait for your Uber to arrive.
- If your ride is confirmed, you and as many of your friends that can safely fit will be some of the first to experience the new Spotify-enabled Uber. And if you’re really lucky, get ready for the ride of your life with an Matt and Kim!
Want to get a jump on the action? Connect your Spotify and Uber accounts right now.
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