Uber will provide free rides for vaccination.
Uber has made a big announcement for customers who get the Corona vaccine. The company has said that it will provide a free ride of Rs 1.5 crore, meaning that customers can book rides for free to go to the vaccination center.
Giving information, the company said that they have announced a free ride package of Rs 1.5 crore. Apart from this, earlier the company also announced help for the NGO and the Ministry of Health and Family Affairs.
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Who will benefit? Talking about cities other than Delhi, the company said that this facility will be given in 34 cities, through which it has announced to give free riding of 10 crores rupees. Let us know that only those people who are eligible to get the vaccine will get the benefit of this facility.
You can take advantage through promo code
Let me tell you if you are going to get vaccinated, then you can take advantage of the facility of free riding through promo code.
How will you get the benefit?
>> You must first go to the Uber app on your mobile.
>> Here you have to go to the top left and select Wallet.
>> After this, the option to add promo code is to be selected.
>> Now you have to add 10MV21V to the bottom.
>> This vaccination promotion code will be visible in the app of all Uber users of Delhi NCR.
Pick and drop facility
The company is offering this facility to both pick and drop customers. After adding the promo code to the app, you can go to the Vacation Center. You can go to any private or government center. Apart from this, this promo code will also be applicable on your return ride.
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The value of the ride will be 150 rupees
The company has said that the value of each ride will be around 150 rupees. All riders will get two free rides. On the occasion of giving free rides for vaccination, Uber’s India and South Asia President Prabhjit Singh has said, “We are excited to help the Delhi government in this mission to vaccinate all citizens.” We will continuously support vaccine drive under MoveWhatMatters’