home : hot deals & information involving: Lyft Monday, November 12, 2018
- Up to $20 Credit For First-Time Users
Been a while since we mentioned Lyft deals, but they still have promo codes available for first-time ridesharing users.
$2 off first 10 rides, code: 20LYFTPROMO
(this is the best deal)
$5 off first 2 rides, code: NEWUSER10
$3 off first 3 rides, code: LYFTCOUPON9
Lyft is a competitor to Uber, and works like a taxi service.
Lyft has been less controversial than Uber, and most drivers we met enjoy driving for Lyft.
If you like meeting people, consider choosing Lyft's "Line" option (if available in your area) which shares your ride with other passengers.
It saves a few dollars off the regular rides, and adds a speed-dating for friendships experience where other people in your neighborhood share your ride along the route.
We often choose Line when using Lyft, and have met a lot of great people while getting to our destination.
Monday, November 5, 2018
Free or Discounted Rides to Election Polling Places on Tuesday:
Election Day is tomorrow (Tuesday) in the US.
If you are a current or active user of Lyft, Uber, or other ride-sharing or bike-sharing service, or are interested in trying them out, here are some deals.
The benefits of getting a ride:
Saves time. No need to look for parking.
Less hassle. Get picked up when you want to.
No need to drive yourself (great for people unable to drive).
Some deals are here:
Nationwide Ride Sharing: (free or discounted car rides)
Tips on What to Bring & Know When Going to The Polling Place:
Depending on the state you live in, some may require a photo ID (if you have one), voter ID, or a utility bill (or something with your name & address).
Google for your local candidates and local propositions to find local media articles explaining them to you.
Know in-advance what's on the ballot, so you can be an informed voter and be in/out of there quickly.
Many US states require employers to give employees time off of work to vote, some pay employees too.
See here for details.