HURRY! $10 Off An Uber Ride In NYC, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Or San Francisco!

If you’re new to Uber you can signup via this referral link.

Existing users can go to the promotion field in the Uber app or they can click here and enter the following code:

Dallas: JAMESONDAL
Houston: JAMESONHOU
L.A.: JAMESONLA
New York City: JAMESONNYC
San Francisco: JAMESONSF

Valid for $10 off an UberX or UberPool ride until 3/19 at 11:59pm local time.

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46 Responses to “HURRY! $10 Off An Uber Ride In NYC, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Or San Francisco!”

  1. Gail Says:
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    👍

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  2. Dave Says:
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    Thanx dan!

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  3. Rochel Says:
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    Worked!

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  4. Miriam Says:
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    Thanks Dan. So annoying that the flat fares in NYC are always sold out

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  5. moshe Says:
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    Thanks dan!

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  6. Anonymous Says:
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    Thanks Got it

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  7. Jameson Says:
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    What is Jameson?

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  8. moshe Says:
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    Thank you

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  9. Danfan Says:
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    Thanks!!

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  10. kaushik Says:
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    thanks

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  11. Bob Says:
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    Thank you Jameson! And Dan 🙂

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  12. Abie Says:
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    Does ny include Brooklyn?

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  13. Dan Says:
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    @Abie:
    Have they seceded from New York City?

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  14. Sjie Says:
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    Worked shekoyach gadol Reb yid. So glad a code that works. This is a man who cares about the klal.

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  15. Josh Says:
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    Does this work for ubereats?

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  16. A Says:
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    Why does the Brooklyn question come up every single time??

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  17. Dan Says:
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    @Sjie:
    Lol, enjoy.

    @Josh:
    Try and let us know.

    @A:
    Poor geography education?

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  18. Dave Says:
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    Got a weird error that at says “promotion codes are not available for this account”. Any idea why I’m getting that?

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  19. Anonymous Says:
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    @Dan:

    Does it include Great Neck LONG ISLAND?

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  20. Anonymous Says:
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    Dan lol no sir but was thinking like NYC maybe sometimes they say only in The City. Thanks!

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  21. a good yeshiva bachur Says:
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    THANKS AGAIN!!!

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  22. Dan Says:
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    @Dave:
    Try logging out and back in again?
    Otherwise, contact Uber support and good luck getting an agent with a brain.

    @Anonymous:
    I would assume that New York City means New York City:
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/New+York,+NY/@40.705311,-74.2581869,10z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c24fa5d33f083b:0xc80b8f06e177fe62!8m2!3d40.7127837!4d-74.0059413
    @Anonymous:
    Only frum Brooklyn Jews say “The City”, “The Country”, and “Out of town” 😉
    I know it’s shocking, but those are colloquial terms and aren’t based in any kind of reality.

    If Uber meant Manhattan then they would have said Manhattan. New York City consists of 5 boroughs.

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  23. Long Island Too? Says:
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    Uber drivers in Long Island are generally NYC TLC drivers. With that said, anyone know if the Uber NYC code would work in a ride solely within LI or a ride that originates in NYC but ends up in LI? Thank you. Curious how technical the NYC is. Thanks.

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  24. EducationIsImportant Says:
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    I swear every time someone asks if is part of NYC, a puppy dies.

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  25. Anonymous Says:
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    Thanks

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  26. Fish Says:
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    10 points to Dan for his geography shade game. What does it mean “…in NYC from Jameson”?

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  27. Dovi Says:
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    Does the ride have to start from Jameson?

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  28. Barry Says:
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    @Dovi No, but it helps if you have a bottle first

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  29. Josh Says:
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    Dan, By definition NYC is not Long Island. Nyc is manhattan, queens, Brooklyn, Staten island and the Bronx

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  30. izzy Says:
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    anyone know an approximate cost for uber from jfk to lakewood?
    can i order uber for someone to be picked up who doesnt have an uber acct?

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  31. Dan Says:
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    @Josh:
    Where did I say otherwise??

    @izzy:
    Open the Uber app and check.

    Yes.

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  32. T Says:
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    Does this stack with a flat fare ride?

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  33. GTR Says:
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    Is California part of NYC?

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  34. Gubevo Says:
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    Dead

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  35. phyllis Says:
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    thank you!
    there is “the rest of the world” and there is Brooklyn. That’s all the geography you need to know.

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  36. Anonymous Says:
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    @GTR: sure

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  37. Eric Says:
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    DEAD

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  38. Fred Says:
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    Thanks Dan,
    Worked in Brooklyn.

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  39. Ayala Says:
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    Dead. “Promotion redemption limit exceeded” is the message i get.

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  40. Sammy Says:
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    @T:
    Didn’t work for my ride, and I have flat fare.
    Not sure if reason is that it’s not Stackable with flat fare.
    Contacted Uber and got the revised price after the ride – promo code still in my account.

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  41. Avi-make-rain Says:
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    Thank you Dan! used it last night!

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  42. Rob Says:
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    Uber got back to me … FYI

    “Thanks for writing in. Happy to help with this.

    We’ve reviewed and found that Great Neck Long Island is a part of NYC. So this promo is applicable for whole New York City.”

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  43. bob Says:
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    is NYC in the USA?

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  44. a good yeshiva bachur Says:
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    @bob: not for to much longer, they’re going to the country soon

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  45. mike Says:
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    took two rides today with uber flat rates on my account. did not use promo and was charged the flat rate fee

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  46. Eli Says:
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    Thanx dan, got me to my in laws erev shabbos for free

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