Uber and UBA on Thursday announced a partnership which offers UBA cardholders up to N6,000 worth of free Uber rides from now until 31 March 2016.
UBA cardholders who sign up for Uber will get up to N3,000 off each of their first two rides. To get this offer, a customer needs to sign up with any UBA card and enter the promo code UBARIDES.
Uber gets you a ride at the push of a button – there’s no waiting on the street or walking through unfamiliar neighbourhoods to find reliable transport. It’s the most convenient way to get a safe, reliable and affordable ride – the app detects your location, tells you about your driver in advance, and means you can pay without using cash so it is easier and safer for both riders and drivers. It’s why more than one million people use the app globally every day.
Commenting on the partnership, Yinka Adedeji, UBA’s Divisional Head for Digital Banking says “It’s our pleasure to partner Uber on this initiative. We encourage all UBA cardholders to take advantage of this offer and share their UBARIDES experience”
Ebi Atawodi, General Manager Uber Lagos, added “This is extremely exciting for us, UBA is one of the largest banks in Nigeria and we are thrilled to be able to offer their customers a free first two rides. We look forward to further growing this partnership with UBA across Nigeria.”
How It Works
– Download the Uber app
– Register with your personal details
– Select your vehicle option
– Enter your pickup location and destination
– Use promo code UBARIDESand get N3000 off each of your first two rides
Head over to the Google Play or App Store, download the Uber apps and enjoy a free ride courtesy of UBA and Uber. For more information, visit www.uber.com
For further enquiries, send an email to email@example.com
Uber is evolving the way the world moves, seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through smartphone technology. Uber’s mission is nothing less than a revolution in the way citizens of the world move, work and live. It aspires to transform the way people connect with their communities and to bring reliability, convenience and opportunity to transport systems. The Uber network is now available in over 400 cities in over 70 countries spanning 6 continents.
To request a ride, users must download the free application for Android, iPhone, Blackberry 7, or register for Uber at www.uber.com/go. For questions visit www.uber.com
With a customer base in excess of eight million and operations across 22 countries, UBA has over time, entered into strategic partnerships with credible local and international organisations to deliver value-adding services to its customers.
Loyalty schemes have thus been a strategy used by the bank to encourage card uptake and usage among across Africa.
A highly diversified financial services provider, UBA is a leading player on the African continent, with significant market share and operations in 19 different African countries and business offices in New York, Paris and London.