Get $30 For Uber For Your First Trip! - Running with Miles

Get $30 For Uber For Your First Trip!

Written by Charlie

Find out how you can get $30 for Uber on your first trip! That much credit will give you a great introduction this excellent service.

Advertiser Disclosure

Uber has a great referral program and always has a bonus of some kind for new riders (and an equal credit for the ones that refer them) and it sometimes goes up to the $30 level. Well, it has done that again – but not for referrers like me. 🙂

Get $30 For Uber For Your First Trip!


This time, like SPG and Uber last month, Chase has a referral code that will get you up to $30 on your first Uber ride. That is a nice chunk that should help out with any trip and give you a good sense of what Uber can do for you and your travels.

I have used Uber a few times now and absolutely love it! It is convenient and really doesn’t cost much more than a taxi may cost (sometimes much less) and it has always been a nicer vehicle than typical taxis in the places I mostly have used them.

A $30 credit is pretty good – most of my Uber rides ring in under $10 so $30 will really take you someplace. To sign up for the $30 credit (only for new riders), follow the instructions below. This is with Chase – I get no referral from it.

  • Download Uber from your app store
  • Enter promo code chaseuber
  • Enjoy your first ride free (up to $30)

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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