If you’ve tried to order an Uber recently, you’re probably well aware of how adamant they are on pushing UberPool. I, for one, have a difficult time dealing with one stranger, nevermind a car full of them, so I pay the slight premium to ride solo #JasonDeRulo.
Well, Uber may have just made me an offer I can’t resist.
According to Time Out New York, UberPool, in a promotion with Gilt City, is offering unlimited monthly passes for morning and afternoon commuting hours in Manhattan between 7 and 10 a.m. and 5 and 8 p.m.
If you use the service twice a day, it’ll cost $37.60 less than an MTA monthly MetroCard (which currently costs $116.50).
UberPool is offering two bundled packages: a four-week unlimited commute pass for the price of $79, and the eight-week unlimited commute pass for $159.
The only catch is the regions for which the promotion is available: locations are limited to Manhattan, below 125th Street. So if you live in the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island, Uber hates you.
The pot is sweetened with an extra $25 off their pass for those who use a friend’s referral on Gilt.
For those bros whose home/work are located within the Manhattan borough, sign up HERE.
And don’t say I never did nothin’ for ya.
[h/t Time Out New York]