$10 off Uber with Amex Sync

Valid through: December 31, 2014

Please also see this related post: 40% off Uber rides!

Link your Amex card to Twitter and tweet “#AmexUber” and get a $10 statement credit when you spend $10 or more with Uber (an on-demand car service) using your linked Amex card. 

If you’d like to enroll multiple Amex cards in this offer, please see: Maximizing Amex Sync offers. Part 1: sync multiple cards.

If you’re new to Uber, please find my referral link here.  We will each get a free ride worth up to $30.

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Please also see this related post: 40% off Uber rides!

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P.S.  Here are the offer’s Terms:

In order to be eligible, you must use your enrolled Card as the credit card on file for your Uber account to pay Uber $10 or more for a single ride by 12/31/2014. See uber.com for information on how to sign up for an Uber account. If you are enrolled in American Express’ program with Uber, you do not earn additional Membership Rewards® points on the portion of the fare covered by the $10 statement credit. Offer not available for redemption when you select to “Use Points” in the Uber app to redeem points for a ride. Offer not valid on UberT in New York City, or other services in which payment does not occur via Uber’s app. For Amex Every Day Card products, extra points awarded for this offer do not count for the Extra Points Benefit. Valid in the US only. Enrollment limited.
 
Get a one-time $10 statement credit by using your connected Card to spend a total of $10 or more online at Uber by 12/31/14. Tweet using #AmexUber to add this offer to your connected American Express Card. This offer does not require a coupon at the point of sale – so once you’ve received a confirmation response message from our Twitter handle @AmexOffers that the offer has been added, just shop with your connected Card to redeem!

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