Using Uber in New York Is Cheaper Than Taking The Subway This Summer

Uber has a special deal for Manhattanites this summer:

Unlimited UberPool rides during commuting hours, at rates cheaper than the New York City subway.

The company announced that it’s offering an UberPool “commute card” to members of Gilt City, a flash sales site, for the months of July  and August 2016.

The pass is good for rides on Pool, Uber’s pseudo-carpooling service, anywhere in Manhattan below 125th Street during weekday commuting hours (7-10am and 5-8pm, Monday through Friday).

Uber is selling a two-week pass for $49, a four-week pass for $79, and an eight-week pass for $159. Joining Gilt City is free.Translation: This is cheap. Really, absurdly cheap.

Source: Commuting with Uber in New York is cheaper than taking the subway this summer ‹ Reader —


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