While these offers are nice to receive, I don’t usually get to take advantage of them. Continue reading Lyft Sends Ride Credit Which Is Really Just…
I usually check my accounts when paying my bills. While doing so, I came across an interesting offer for Lyft. Continue reading Amex Offers: Lyft Spend $75 or More, Get $15 Back
Lyft recently sent me an offer where I can save some money on rides for a limited time due to having a 5- star rating.
Lyft has Hubs around the country which offers support to drivers. According to thehub.lyft.com, “Your local Hub is a one-stop shop for answers on everything from setting up direct deposit to discovering where you’ll get the most ride requests.”
There are currently 22 Lyft Hubs in North America.
The rideshare plans to invest $100,000,000 into the Hubs which will also include an additional 30 locations in the US. Continue reading Lyft Is Spending $100,000,000 On Hubs For Drivers
A way to save even more is by booking an UberPool or Lyft Line ride. These kind of rides pair you up with others going in the same direction so you’re charged a lower price. Continue reading 25% Off Lyft Line Rides For Limited Time- Targeted
I just came across a really interesting promotion that Lyft will be running, starting January 18. Continue reading Lyft To Offer Beer With Discount Codes On Can!
Ride-share services like Uber and Lyft have gotten extremely popular over the past few years. They can even be considered essential to travel plans.
With the increase in popularity, these services face a lot of competition. I assume that due to this, promo offers for free or discounted rides come around quite often. Continue reading Up To $100 Off Lyft Rides- Targeted
A Lyft passenger was killed after a thief opened the back door of the car, trying to rob the three passengers and driver.
The incident took place on Wednesday night in Trenton, New Jersey. Continue reading Lyft Passenger Shot, Dies From Attempted Robbery
It took me some time to get why so many people like using Uber.
While I rarely take taxis, I’ve used Uber a bit from time to time. Using Uber has been convenient and the best part is the fact that there is no exchange of money at the end of the ride. I still find a big negative to be not knowing the cost of your ride until it is over and the car pulls away.
The last I read, Uber had a value in the $50-70 billion range. That definitely sounds insane.
What about other companies similar to Uber like Lyft? Continue reading Saudi Prince Alwaleed Invests Millions in Lyft