Think back to the last time you wanted to call an Uber, but you didn’t know exactly how much it was going to cost. You requested the ride anyways, only to find out that the ride was on SURGE the whole time, and now your bank account has $150 less than it did before. What if there was a way to avoid this? Good news; there is.
Free Online Uber Fare Estimator
After hearing countless stories of people getting blindsided by huge Uber ride fares, we decided to take action and build a tool to help users avoid the problem all-together. We are happy to announce our new tool; the Uber Fare Estimator. Our tool is incredibly helpful when estimating Uber fare prices and ride quotes.
The concept is simple. Just enter your starting and ending destination, and our Uber Fare Estimator will automatically return helpful information including available Uber types, driver arrival times, estimated ride time and most importantly of all, a very good estimate of what your ride will cost. Check it out:
Embed this widget on your site
If you like this tool and want to embed it on your site, we make it easy. Simply copy the code from below, then paste it into your site. You will then have a fully working Uber Fare Estimator like you see above. Users love this widget so much that entire sites like Uber Fare Estimator have popped up and are exclusively using our widget. That being said, your users will love it too!
How to Estimate an Uber Fare
Using the Uber Fare Estimator is very easy, and you will be well on your way to predicting ride prices in minutes with just a few steps.
1. First, enter your starting point in the Uber Fare Estimator widget
2. Then enter your end destination and hit the big blue “Calculate” button
3. The estimator will think for a minute then return an estimate that includes types of rides available and their total costs, routes, and other details.
4. From there, you can click the hyperlink to view even more details, such as a Google Maps map of your route and a promo code that will give new Uber users a free $20 ride credit on their first ride.
Why embed on your site?
Embedding our Uber Fare Estimator widget on your website will give real-time Uber fare quotes in minutes, allowing your readers to know very well what their ride will cost before they take it. This is not only a useful tool, but also a great conversation starter among groups and forums.
Of course, the applications are endless, and obviously not limited to the ones we named.
Choose our widget over competitors
When looking for an Uber pricing estimator widget, choose us over our competitors. While accuracy is limited to the open Uber API, there are a number of other advantages to using our Uber pricing widget over our competitors’.
First, our tool is very easy to use, and incredibly user-friendly. Unlike some other pricing widgets, our Uber Ride Fare Estimator is simple, intuitive, and straightfoward. All you have to do is input your beginning and ending destinations, and our tool does the heavy lifting. Getting real-time, accurate price quotes has never been easier.
Second, we make it easy to embed our tool in your site using simple, easy HTML code that you can simply copy and paste. We’ve already taken care of the design and functionality, so all you have to do is simply figure out where you want an estimator, then place the code there. Once you do, you’ll have a fully functioning Uber pricing tool right on your own site, courtesy of us :).
Third, in our opinion, our widget looks very minimalistic and is a great complement to almost any webpage that it gets embedded in. Rather than use a clunky, poorly designed widget that will stick out of your site like a sore thumb, embedding our widget on your site will complement your site design, no matter how simple or intricate. We designed it this way on purpose, so that it wouldn’t be overpowering and could be inserted into almost any site and still look great.
Uber Fare Estimator FAQ
Question 1: How much does Uber cost?
Question 2: Where does the Uber fare estimate tool work?
Question 3: What types of Uber fares can I estimate with this tool?
Question 4: What types of Uber cars are available to passengers?
Question 5: Do you have ride fare estimators for Lyft, Postmates, Sidecar, or Shipt?
Question 6: What is the difference between your estimator and competitors?
Question 7: Who else in the industry uses your Uber Fare Estimator tool?