Lyft Tests Out Unlimited Rides for $29

Lyft Tests Out Unlimited Rides for $29

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 25, 2016
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If your Uber habit is OOC, we've got some great news. Lyft is testing two types of unlimited memberships next month, and they are a major bargain.

Starting in November, people in Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, and Washington DC will be able to test one of two memberships for Lyft Line, the app's carpool service. The first pass is $20 upfront, and $2 for each Line ride in November, while pass two is $29 for unlimited rides for the whole month. That's right, unlimited carpool rides for less than a dinner out. No surge pricing, either.

For the past couple months, Uber has been beta testing unlimited ride sharing memberships in select cities as well, so the battle between the apps is still very much active.

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