Uber has launched Uber Pass in South Africa, a R100/month subscription that works across the company’s ride-hailing service and its food-delivery platform offering various discounts.
South Africa is the first market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to get the Pass subscription service. The service is available across South Africa.
“For anyone relying on Uber to move around their city or have local favourites delivered to their door, Uber Pass is live nationwide for customers in cities like Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg, Cape Town, East London and Durban,” Uber said.
“This monthly plan unlocks savings on rides, Eats delivery, and grocery order through an all-in-one bundle of benefits.”
The plan is priced at R99.99 per month, and includes the following:
10% off 45 UberX, XL, Connect, and Go rides to a maximum of 45 total rides per month
15% off Uber Black and Van to a maximum of 45 total rides per month
Free delivery and 5% off total basket on Eats orders (including groceries) over R80 or above up to a maximum of 30 deliveries per month, where available
If you live in a city where it is available, you will see Pass in the menu of your app.
The pass renews automatically every month, and you can cancel anytime.
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