uberX in Boston Just Got Even Cheaper
We just dropped uberX fares by 25%, making it nearly half the price of a taxi. From Fenway Park to Harvard Square and everywhere in between, uberX is the most affordable ride on the road.
SPREAD THE WORD
These fares may only last a limited time, but the more you ride, the more likely they’ll last. Spread the word using your invite code—your friends will get $10 off their first trip and you’ll get $10 for every referral who takes their first ride.
HOW THESE PRICES COMPARE
KEEP IN MIND
- These prices are only in effect for a limited time. The more you ride, the more likely we can keep them this low!
- No promo code necessary. You’ll see this promotion automatically applied on your uberX receipt.
- Try us for free. New users can try uberX on us with two free rides up to $20 – sign up here!
- All for you. The price cut is only for riders – drivers are not impacted by the lower fare.
Questions or concerns? Visit us or give us a shout at support.uber.com.
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