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If you have an American Express credit card, enter the code AMEXAIRPORT into your Uber app before requesting a ride and pay for it with your Amex. You’ll get up to $65 off two separate Uber rides (by December 31, 2016) that originate in the following airports:


Pertinent Terms and Conditions:

  • Promotion valid through 11:59 pm on December 31, 2016 (both rides must be completed by then).
  • Valid for all types of Uber rides
  • You will get up to $65 in credit on two rides, so possible total credit is $130. If your airport ride costs more than $65, your Amex will be charged the remainder.
  • Only good on rides from the airports listed above, not to them.
  • Can’t be combined with other offers or promotions.

Bottom Line

Have an American Express card? Enter the promo code “AMEXAIRPORT” and select your Amex as the payment method. Your next two Uber rides from any of the airports listed above will be credited up to $65 each for a total potential savings of $130.

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