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I’m very excited with all of the benefits of this new app called Freebird Rides !!
With Freebird, you get cash back every time you use Uber and for purchases at participating establishments with your linked credit cards. When you sign up for Freebird Rides, it connects to Uber (once you give permission), and amazing things happen.
First, you go to the Promo Code section of the Freebird Ride app and type a referral code (my referral code is o057e), and you’ll recieve a $10 Uber credit (cash back of $5 per ride for 2 rides). Then, go to the Promo Code section again and type FREERIDE for $25 off your first ride using the Freebird Ride app.
It keeps getting better!
You earn points (which convert to rewards and cash) , by using Freebird every time you take an Uber ride.
You get $5 cash back each time you use Freebird to take an Uber home.
And more! Many businesses (including restaurants and bars) give cash back when you visit their location and pay with a linked card.
Each 5,000 points convert to $10 cash back. You also get 1,000 points for creating the account. Another 1,000 points for adding a linked card. And Another 1,000 points for adding a payout card.
To get the Uber credits, you must request the ride through the Freebird Ride app (not the Uber app).
Referrals: the referrer earns $10 credit, and the new enrollee receives a $10 Uber credit ($5 for two rides).
HERE IS MY REFERRAL CODE: o057e
There’s plenty I don’t know yet, but this is a great start.
One question that comes to mind: If you link the same credit card to Freebird that is also linked to an airline restaurant program – will you receive both points and airline mileage?
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