Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Uber Gift Cards for rides and Uber Eats, How to avail it

Uber eyeing on the festive season has announced a new offer to its customer which can be said a "Gift Card" model.The Gift Cards can be redeemable across Uber rides and Uber Eats.

These cards are available
for purchase through Paytm and Woohoo, with value ranging between Rs. 500 to Rs. 10,000. The latest move comes weeks after the ride-sharing company brought its 'Safety Toolkit' in the country. The company is also making the experience easier for drivers by start accepting new driver partners with a private license.

Uber has enlisted Qwikcilver as the official issuer for its Gift Cards. Uber users can buy a Gift Card for their contacts through Paytm or Woohoo. The recipients, on the other hand, can redeem the Gift Cards to take an Uber ride or to order a meal through Uber Eats.

To redeem an Uber Gift Card, go to the Payments section in the Uber app and then tap the Add Payment Method option. After that, select the Gift Card option and then enter the Gift Code to see Uber credits added to your account.

Uber Gift Cards are available in six denominations: Rs. 500, Rs. 1,000, Rs. 2,000, Rs. 3,000, Rs. 5,000, and Rs. 10,000. You can also use the GIFT05 promocode while purchasing the Gift Card from Paytm to receive a cashback worth Rs. 100.

Madhu Kannan, Chief Business Officer, India and Emerging Markets, Uber said "The upcoming festive season gives us the perfect opportunity to launch the Uber Gift Card, a first-of-its-kind initiative combining fantastic offers across food and transportation at the tap of a button. Paytm has been a long-standing partner in bringing technology-enabled convenience to the Indian consumer, and we're proud to take this partnership a step further with our first Uber Gift Card offering in India,"

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