New Yorkers: Uber Offers Unlimited Rides for $100

New Yorkers: Uber Offers Unlimited Rides for $100

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Tara Bellucci
Sep 28, 2016
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Even with Pool, having an Uber habit is hard on the wallet. If you're in New York, you can test out the company's new subscription plan starting in October, which is offering unlimited rides in Manhattan for a flat fee.

The company is testing Uber Plus, a subscription-based service that popped up in several cities in September. For its New York debut, they're offering unlimited UberPool rides in Manhattan that start and end below 125th Street for $100 for the first two weeks of October, or $200 for the full month. If you're a daily Uber user, that could be quite the savings.

The September beta test in Boston, DC, Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego, and Miami featured deals like 20 flat-rate rides for $20 (and no surge pricing), and in some cases, will continue to run in October in select markets.

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