Rock a Fare Splitting Stretch to Lolla this year!

The only thing on everyone’s minds other than Lollapalooza… is how they are going to get to and from with their crew! Uber has the perfect solution for the weekend…

Introducing UberSTRETCH featuring Fare Splitting!

UPDATED

For a limited time only, Uber will provide the option to request your own chauffeured stretch limousine. UberSTRETCH will fit up to 10 of your closest friends so you can roll together this weekend. Divide the bill with our new Fare Split feature so that everyone can roll out like rockstars without a rockstar budget. Let your friends know now!

UberSTRETCH will be available: Friday 12pm-12am, Saturday 11am-2am, Sunday 12pm-11pm

Want to make your ride even cheaper? Make sure a friend who has never used Uber before requests for the first time with the code UBERPALOOZA13. They’ll get $25 off their ride (any car type excluding uberTAXI), and don’t forget that you all benefit with Fare Split!

Just like a headliner at an autograph signing, UberSTRETCH will be in HIGH DEMAND over the weekend. If you can’t find a STRETCH, just scroll over to one of our other options for a ride to the show! Our newest car type, uberX will be stocked with Neuro drinks to keep you hydrated all weekend.

GAP + UBER

We’re also super excited to announce that we’ll be partnering with GAP for Lollapalooza. All Uber riders receive a special offer from GAP when they click here.

Check us out at the LIVE Hey Marseilles performance at Gap store on Michigan Avenue on Thursday for a special Gap store coupon: RSVP HERE

Can’t catch us then? Just stop by a Gap Store in Chicago and grab a special Uber card.

Looking to grab a ride home from Lolla? Check out the map below ensure that your pickup from Grant Park goes smoothly.

Lolla Map

Click to enlarge

Rock on!
Team Uber Chicago

Featured articles

Play trivia with a Chicago Blackhawks player

On Friday, January 24, enter promo code HOCKEYFAN into your app and request BLACKHAWKS at 1pm for your chance to be picked up in an Uber driven by Chicago Blackhawks goalie Scott Darling.