With a view to Implementing the forthcoming festive season to Attract new Clients on board, Uber on Tuesday launched a”Gift Card” Version.
The Gift Cards offered from the San Francisco, California startup beneath the new model are redeemable across Uber rides and Uber Eats. These cards are available for purchase through Paytm and Woohoo, with respect ranging from Rs. 500 into Rs. 10,000. The most recent move comes weeks following the ride-sharing firm attracted its’Safety Toolkit’ from the nation. The company is also producing the experience easier for motorists by beginning accepting fresh driver partners using a private license.
Uber has enlisted Qwikcilver as the official issuer for its present Cards. Uber users may purchase a Gift Card to their contacts via Paytm or even Woohoo. The recipients, on the other hand, can redeem the Gift Cards to choose an Uber ride or to order a meal through Uber Eats.
To redeem an Uber Donation Card, Visit the Payments section from the Uber program then tap the Add Payment Method alternative. After that, choose the Donation Card choice and enter the Present Code to view Uber credits added to your account.
You might also use the GIFT05 promocode whilst purchasing the Gift Card from Paytm to receive a cashback worth Rs. 100.
It is worth pointing out that every Uber Gift Card comes with a validity of 36 months from the date of its activation and will perish post its own validity. Also, the terms and conditions mention that present Cards can be found only in Indian towns in which Uber or even Uber Eats is available. Uber Gift Cards may be redeemed either entirely or partially, without any limit on its use. What’s more, the Gift Card can be redeemed when setting up a new Uber account.
“The approaching festive season provides us the perfect chance to launch the Uber Gift Carda first-of-its-kind initiative joining excellent offers across food and transportation at the tap of a button. Paytm has been a longstanding partner in bringing technology-enabled convenience into the Indian consumer, and we’re proud to carry this partnership a step farther with our very first Uber Gift Card offering in India,” said Madhu Kannan, Chief Business Officer, India and Emerging Markets, Uber, at a press statement while announcing the new version.