Uber is trying to make its services more enticing to its customers in the United States. The company is reportedly testing a brand-new subscription for the service in some cities which combines all its services for a monthly price.
TechCrunch reports that the $24.99 a month subscription will give users discounts on Uber rides, free delivery on Uber Eats, and free JUMP rides where those are available. The new Uber Pass subscription is reportedly being tested in San Fransisco and Chicago, and it’s testing different variations for users. The new subscription will apparently offer a fixed discount on every ride, too.
Uber is also testing cheaper variations of the subscription where you only get discounted rides and free delivery on Uber Eats for orders above a certain amount.
The idea of combining all its services into a single service is kind of clever and could make Uber more accessible than before. Especially if you are someone that uses Uber on a daily basis, this subscription could be a no brainer. That is, of course, if you can justify the $24.99/month pricing. You will still have to pay for your Uber rides, only at a discounted rate, but the prices of the rides will add up to the existing $24.99 you’d be paying for the subscription.