Uber New Driver Bonus
If you’re interested in getting the Uber new driver bonus, you can get started by signing up here with my referral link. For most cities, Uber offers a bonus amount anywhere up to $1,000!
Uber doesn’t have a published list of sign-up bonuses by city but you can always submit an inquiry to verify the amount. In order to get the bonus though, you will need to sign up with someone’s referral code so if you’d like to use my code, please click here to sign up. The sign-up bonus is based solely on the new driver’s city (so your city) so it doesn’t matter who’s link you use (as long as you use someone’s), the bonus will be the same.
Retroactive Uber Referrals
Uber does allow for retroactive referrals within 15 days of activation so if you didn’t sign up with a referral code, you can contact Uber through the driver app to get it added. Go to Account-> Help-> Payments and Rewards-> Driver Referrals -> Report a missing driver referral.
They may also ask for:
Name: Harry Campbell
Uber e-mail: [email protected]
Uber phone #: 310-428-2765
Or submit an inquiry here and let them know you signed up but forgot to enter my code (3e3dg) and wanted to confirm the bonus.
Please e-mail me if you have any questions about the process.
Want to drive for Lyft?
If you’re interested in driving for Lyft, you can get started by signing up here with my referral link.
Lyft’s bonuses go all the way up to $1,000 and you can contact Lyft to find out what the current bonuses are. Once you sign up for Lyft, you’ll get a confirmation e-mail (and I will too if you use my link) with the bonus amount and the terms.
In order to get the bonus, you will need to sign up with someone’s referral code so if you’d like to use my code, please click here to sign up.
Can you get a Lyft retroactive referral bonus?
Unfortunately there is no way to retroactively add a referrer with Lyft like you can with Uber. You need to sign up with someone’s code or link in order to get a bonus.
In many markets, Uber and Lyft are moving toward “guaranteed” earnings, which means you’re guaranteed to earn a certain amount once you’ve completed the required number of trips. You can read more about guaranteed earnings here.
For Uber, this is how it may look like in your city:
You sign up with a referral code, then get an email from Uber saying you’re guaranteed to earn $500 once you’ve completed 100 rides. This means no matter what, once you’ve given 100 rides, you will make $500. You could either make $500 by giving those 100 rides, or you could make $300 giving 100 rides and Uber gives you an additional $200 to get you up to $500.
If you don’t give the required number of rides, you won’t get those “guaranteed” earnings or a bonus. If you make more than $500 giving 100 rides, Uber won’t give you any extra money.
For Lyft, in many markets Lyft is moving toward giving new drivers an extra amount up to a certain amount. For example,
You’re a new Lyft driver and you’re guaranteed $500 for signing up with a referral code. For every ride you give, you earn an extra $2 – up to $500. You won’t earn any extra money past $500, and Lyft won’t give you the difference after a certain number of rides given.
Interested in delivering with Postmates?
The bonus amounts for Postmates can go up to $200 and if you’d like to sign up using my link, please click here to do so.
Interested in delivering with Doordash?
There are no sign-up bonuses for new Dashers right now but if you’d like to sign up using my link, please click here to do so.
Deliver With UberEats
You’ll have to verify the sign-up bonus with Uber first but many drivers have found UberEats to be very profitable. You can sign up using my link here.