Hungry for your favorite restaurant in San Francisco? Good news, it might be on the Uber Eats menu! And, you are far from alone. Nearly 40% of people who eat out use a food delivery service. What you might be wondering, however, is what type of food you can order from Uber Eats in San Francisco. Here’s a quick list.
That’s right, you can get coffee delivered to wherever you are in San Francisco. For example, if you need a Starbucks delivery near me, you can ...read more
If you are an Uber driver, there is a good chance you are familiar with a feature called “Destination Mode” that allows you to set a destination and pick up trips along the way. This can come in handy when you are planning to end your driving shift at the end of the night, and want to accept your final ride that’s on the way to where you are already headed.
Uber just introduced another restriction to drivers using destination mode. Now, drivers who enable this feature are subject to a 30% deduction in pay. Yes, you heard that ...read more
Walt Disney World may be full of magic but as any experienced mouseketeer can tell you, planning a Walt Disney World vacation takes a lot of time and patience. One important aspect of a Disney World vacation is transportation. As the Disney parks are significantly spread out from one another you will need easy transportation between the parks and your hotel if you choose not to use the Walt Disney World bus system.
Taking an Uber or Lyft around Walt Disney World is actually quite convenient and believe it or not, relatively inexpensive! Take a look below at our top ...read more
In a recent survey that ran from 2/5 - 2/26, we asked over 500 respondents about their tipping practices. We wanted to see what drives riders to tip their rideshare drivers. Is it free candy and waters, opening doors, or just simply getting to the destination safely?
Tipping in rideshares has always been a topic for debate. During the early stages of Uber, the company heavily promoted a “no tipping” stance. Since then, riders have been confused about whether or not they should tip - even though tipping a taxi driver continues to be a common practice.
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Introducing Uber Rewards! In November of 2018, Uber announced a rewards program that incentivizes riders to ride with them frequently. The program was initially available in 9 cities across the U.S., but just this week was released to all cities!
Uber Rewards is completely free to join and is based on a points system. After you achieve milestones of points, you will receive discounts that can be automatically applied to your ride! The purpose of the rewards program is to encourage users to not only use Uber to get to where they need to go, but to also order ...read more