Nov 03, 2015 04:20 AM EST
The US American Express Centurion is already considered as a huge step up from other domestic US lounges as they feature great decors from real hot food, complimentary beer, wine, and cocktails. And now, they decided to pair up with Uber rides with their new free rides promotion.
The US American Express Centurion Lounges located in Dallas, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, and San Francisco is featuring new deals for their clients. American Express & Uber have teamed up for an especially awesome promotion. American Express has been noticing that guests are using the Centurion Lounges upon their arrivals, but according to One Mile At A Time, the most particular is in New York, given that it's before security, so they are helping people to get into the city this holiday season.
For the rest of the year, the Amex Centurion Lounge LGA is offering two free Uber rides to Platinum and Centurion for card members who visit upon arrival. Platinum or Centurion card member must be eligible. This includes both The Platinum Card from American Express and The Business Platinum Card.
The cardholders must be presenting their credentials. They will be given a promotion code, which is good for two complimentary Uber rides originating at LGA to anywhere in the five areas. They must have to apply the promotion code prior to taking the eligible ride. The client must also take note that the promotion code will cover taxes, fees, tolls, and surge pricing.
Many customers find the partnership between American Express and Uber, pretty great since they can actually earn bonus Membership Rewards points for Uber trips. For instance, a client many uses the Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card for an Uber ride, as it earns the user an extra Membership Rewards point per dollar spent, and also helps hit the goal of 30 transactions per billing cycle on the card, which earn 50% points bonus.
For those interested clients who have not yet signed up for Uber, they can immediately sign-up now and get a discount on their first ride via Uber official website. Moreover, customers must remember that Uber rides into Manhattan can cost them over $50, and they can get two of those rides for free between any time and by the end of the year.
Meanwhile, many card users find this offer a very generous step from the collaboration of Uber and Amex, especially since LaGuardia completely lacks when it comes to public transportation. For now, the offer will only last until December 31, 2015, so interested clients must immediately sign up to get the great ride promo.
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