Drive For Lyft & Earn $1,000 After Your First Ride

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Update: Lyft changed the terms as of 3pm Eastern today to reduce the number of cities and raise the ride requirement to 30. The promotion is now only valid in: Boston, Nashville, Chicago, Denver, Dallas, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C through March 8. You can find the new terms here.

Ridesharing service Lyft is offering a $1,000 bonus for new drivers who complete their first ride by March 5, 2015.

Cities Available:

Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Denver, Seattle, Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego, San Jose, Miami, Nashville, San Francisco, Los Angeles.

Terms:

  • Apply on or after midnight on Wednesday, Feb. 25
  • Complete first ride on or before Thursday, Mar. 5
  • Must enter the code BENJAMINS on sign up
  • Expect payment in 1-2 pay cycles

You can find the full terms of the promotion here and a more detailed explanation along with an FAQ at The Reward Boss.

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Since Frequent Miler is not an online employment agency, is the idea here to sign-up, give someone a ride and then quit for the thousand bucks? I guess they’d issue a 1099.

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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Yes they do issue 1099s to their drivers.

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Gabriel

THIS IS DEAD. As of 3pm EST today, February 27th, the terms have changed (fewer cities qualify and now you have to complete 30 rides). Check the Lyft promotion website.

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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Thanks. I have updated the post with a link to the new terms.

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The punks, I signed up at 3:04pm… at that time, the terms (I took a couple screenshots) had narrowed the cities and extended the date, but had not yet added the 30 ride requirement. So we’ll see, maybe a few more of us got in.

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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Thanks for letting me know. I have already included a direct link to the new terms in the top of the post.