Uber promotional code for London now available

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From April 2018, please use our new Uber sign-up code UBERHEADFORPOINTS via this link, or download the app and add the code via the promo code box on the ‘Payment’ tab.  This gets you £3 off your first ride.

A week ago I ran this post about luxury London taxi group Uber, describing their new flat rate pricing for trips from London to the major London airports.

I said at the time that I would post if their was a new working promotional code.  Reader Mike highlighted that the Uber promo code [deleted as now dead] which ironically I wrote about back in the Summer but assumed was dead, was still working.


If you sign up here and use the HEADFORPOINTS code, you will receive a £15 credit off your first ride.  This can either be used for a free ride or a decent discount.  The code was definitely still working OK yesterday because I tried it on a dummy account.

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  1. I have used this code to open two accounts on different cards now, and took a ‘free’ ride in a BMW 7 series with Uber over the weekend. Cracking deal, and based on the service I’ll probably use them for my next dash to the airport from Canary Wharf.

  2. Hingeless says:

    Thanks raffles, just used them for the first time with your code and a ten quid bonus I had for a free cab home from paddington.

    They are too expensive from LHR but when combined with the HEX work out quite nicely.


  3. inflationbusting says:

    Uber appear to have billed my card £1.00 for this.

    • Presumably a security check to ensure your card is valid. If it shows as Pending it may drop away and not make it to your main statement.

  4. Hingeless says:

    Any ideas how many times you could do this with new accounts?

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