You won’t not need to persuade a relative to lift you up from the airplane terminal this Christmas season. American Express and Uber will get you, and get the tab. Through the end of December, AmEx cardholders can get two free ride credits, worth up to $65 each, for Uber rides from 11 noteworthy air terminals. That could mean reserve funds of $130 for the special occasions. The advancement comes as Uber tries to venture into airplane terminals, which regularly require taxis and other services that have licenses and permits.
Where Free Rides are Available
You can get a free air terminal ride from Uber the length of long as you have an American Express Visa or charge card. The offer applies to pickups at 11 noteworthy air terminals:
- New York
o John F. Kennedy International Airport
o LaGuardia Airport
o Newark Liberty International Airport
o O’Hare International Airport
o Chicago Midway International Airport
- Washington, D.C.
o Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
o Washington Dulles International Airport
o Logan International Airport
o George Bush Intercontinental Airport
o Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
- Las Vegas
o McCarran International Airport
Uber will apply your ride credit to your overall total. On the off chance that your total is more than $65, you’ll get the entire credit, and the additional will be charged to your AmEx card. For instance, if your ride was $75, the advancement would cover $65, and you’d pay the other $10 with your AmEx card. On the off chance that your ride is under $65, your ride will be free, yet the additional credit won’t move over. Every cardholder gets two ride credits, up to $65 each. The offer is good until Dec. 31, 2016.
This isn’t the first deal that AmEx has collaborated with Uber for cardholder advancements. In 2014, AmEx started advancing its collaboration with the Uber application, which permitted clients to reclaim points specifically through the application for one penny each. What’s more, prior this year, the two organizations gave away free Beyoncé tickets to cardholders.