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UBER: 40% off your next 10 rides. Targeted. YMMV

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Check you emails for a mail from UBER.
Mine is titled :
Ride for less: 40% off your next 10 rides. Maximum $6.
Targeted mail. YMMV
Cheers to all those who got it.

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Quote from slickoneonly
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Check you emails for a mail from UBER.
Mine is titled :
Ride for less: 40% off your next 10 rides. Maximum $6.
Targeted mail. YMMV
Cheers to all those who got it.

Expires 07/09. 5pm.
Ugh, another post that tells you to ck your email, LOL
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Ugh, another post that tells you to ck your email, LOL
Sometimes people just delete emails out of reflex thinking it's just spammy crap (which is usually the case).

So this gives a heads-up to maybe not delete this particular email as it could be useful.
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Sometimes people just delete emails out of reflex thinking it's just spammy crap (which is usually the case).

So this gives a heads-up to maybe not delete this particular email as it could be useful.
Others must agree with me noting the amount of thumbs down
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Sometimes people just delete emails out of reflex thinking it's just spammy crap (which is usually the case).

So this gives a heads-up to maybe not delete this particular email as it could be useful.
So true. Several threads will tons of TU which are simply 'check your email' types. No idea why people are upset.
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so how does one get targeted for these emails? I've never take Uber before...
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So true. Several threads will tons of TU which are simply 'check your email' types. No idea why people are upset.
They are upset coz they didn't get the email
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Check your email... in case someone sent you an email. Hot deal!
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No luck for me, just an email about their "ride pass". Would be useful if I used it regularly but I do not.
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