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Hi, sorry if this is a silly question or has been posted already (can't seem to find the thread).
I shared my code so got a free ride, which says is a "free ride up to $25".
Can anyone clarify whether this means that this code is only applicable if the fare is under $25, or if it means that I can get $25 off my next ride if it's over $25 and my card will be charged the difference?
Cheers!
(I'm using Uber in New Zealand if that makes a difference)
 

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It says "Free ride up to $25"

That means if you go over $25 you have to pay the rest of it. You can't go on some 3 hour crack fueled roadtrip with Uber footing the bill. They'll pay for the first $25, and after that you're on your own. No driving across country or something on the company dime. $25, you owe the rest.
 
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