Jersey Shore: Red, White, Blue and Uber, Too
Now that we’ve got a solid base tan going, we’re really excited to soak in the sun and celebrate our first Independence Day down the Shore.
Barbecues, ice cream sundaes and of course fireworks, there are so many ways to commemorate our nation’s birthday. If all that stands between you and your long weekend of fun is a safe ride to your favorite shore spot, we’ve got you covered! The Shore is only $29 away this weekend!
The prices above are estimated sample fares; actual rates may vary due to time spent in traffic or during peak demand time. It’s important to know that you’ll always be notified that you’ll always be notified in big, bold print if surge pricing is in effect. Code must be applied prior to requesting a ride. Each split fare is subject to a 25-cent fee. Trips must begin before Monday, July 7th at 11:59 PM. Maximum discount of $175 per ride and maximum two trips per person.
Valid only for trips from west of the Delaware River to east of the Garden State Parkway (from Long Beach Island to Cape May). Your return trip back to PA will be covered with the discount as well, no action required, New Jersey Shore prices do apply.
Our coverage area and times may vary, but availability stretches from Monmouth down to Cape May and should be strongest during the following time windows:
|Thursday||5pm – 3am|
|Friday||10am – 4am|
|Saturday||10am – 4am|
|Sunday||12pm – 10pm|
- Fare Split. Traveling with friends? Don’t forget to use fare split to help keep cost down. Go here to learn more about how fare splitting works.
- Tolls. You will be automatically charged for tolls. There is no need to pay the driver cash to cover these costs.
- Pricing. It’s no surprise that heavy ridership coincides with trips to/from the bar. Schedule your trip out before 9 pm and grab a slice of pizza to avoid the 2 am rush home. Demand will be high. We suggest you read up on how surge pricing works to familiarize yourself with the process. Surge pricing does drop, so stay put and turn up the music while you wait for demand to reduce.
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