Do you Drive for Lyft? Switch to Uber and Receive a Massive Sign-up Bonus!
Are you working for Lyft? Did you get a sign-up bonus? If not, Uber is offering experienced Lyft drivers the opportunity to qualify for a sign-up bonus. This bonus ranges all across the board, depending what city you sign up in. You must qualify by proving you have been an experienced driver for another rideshare platform (such as Lyft) before 1/8/15. For many drivers who are solely Lyft drivers, the offer for the massive sign-up bonus has them switching over. Hey, we all could use some extra cash!.
This offer was originally for experienced drivers before 11/1/2015. I am assuming that Uber had such as good run with it, they decided to extend this date for experienced drivers to 1/8/2015. If you are a good experienced driver and you do not work for Uber, now is the time to check out this sign-up bonus.
This latest promotion has increased a ton to a sign-up bonus for experienced drivers. Yes, you can actually get a huge sign-on bonus just for being a new experienced rideshare driver and switching to Uber. These bonuses have been confirmed in cities all across the United States, such as Phoenix -AZ, Nashville -TN, San Diego -CA, and Denver -CO. Other market areas may still be sticking with the standard sign-up bonus, but it’s still an extra bunch of cash you didn’t have before. The best part is you get this money as soon as you are approved and give your first Uber ride (no waiting months to see it).
Why Is Uber Doing This?
Doesn’t Uber have enough drivers? How can Uber give so much money away? Does anyone still work for Lyft? These questions and more have been on everyone’s mind. I would imagine with these sign-up bonuses every Tom, Dick, and Harry has signed up. Uber must have more drivers than over their competition. And maybe that was the plan all along.
This could be a move by Uber to eliminate the competition, especially Lyft. After all Uber is offering a guarantee in certain markets. But what keeps drivers from using both Apps? Nothing, and that is exactly what hundreds of drivers are doing.
A large majority of drivers run both apps. One day your rideshares fares for Uber may be low, but your rideshare fares for Lyft may be high. It is important that as a rideshare driver you balance your time to create the highest potential income you can. Some Lyft drivers are happy other drivers are switching solely to Uber. This has lowered the supply of drivers but increased the number of fares for them. Is the sign-up.
Terms and Regulations
- To qualify, you must prove you have been an experienced driver BEFORE 1/8/2015.
- You must have used another rideshare platform.
- You will receive your bonus after you are approved AND after your first ride.
- Your sign-up bonus may be split into 2 pay statements.
- You only have 30 days to do your first trip.
Have you taken advantage of the bonus? Will you be taking advantage of this bonus? Do you think this is a power move to crush other rideshare program?