Lyft Coupon Codes Updated for February 2018:
Welcome to our collection of promo codes for Lyft! Here you’ll find a round-up of coupons that you can use to save money when using Lyft’s driving services. But when using these promo codes, remember to redeem these coupons before you use Lyft’s service. We’ll give you a quick step by step tutorial on using coupon codes in Lyft’s app.
Instruction: To reveal the promo codes below, click on the red coupon buttons below. A new browser window will take you to Lyft.com, where you can redeem the coupon code.
Best Lyft Coupons and Promotions Right Now:
Save $50 Off Lyft Rides:Show CouponLYFTAFF50
Save $15 Off Your First Ride:Show CouponLYFTAFF58063
New Customers: Save $16 Off Your First Ride:Show CouponLYFT16OFF
Save $11 Off Your First Lyft Ride:Show CouponLYFTAFF
Lyft Chicago Promo Code:Show CouponLYFT16OFF
Los Angeles Lyft Users: Save $16 OffShow CouponLYFT16OFF
Boston Lyft Users:Show CouponLYFT16OFF
San Diego Users: $16 Off Credit Code!Show CouponLYFT16OFF
How To Use These Promo Codes:
Coupon codes can be tricky to use: it seems like every merchant puts them into a different spot. With Lyft, it is especially tricky since you need to enter the promo code after you enter your payment information, but before your first Lyft ride. These are instructions for entering the promo codes through the Lyft app, but you can also use them on their website as well.
- Open the Lyft app.
- Press the “Settings” Button. The button looks like three black horizontal lines. It’s located in the top left of your screen.
- Then Press “Payment”. You’ll be taken to the screen where your payment information is held. Scroll past your payments information and you’ll find a “promo code” entry-field that says: “Apply Lyft Credits”.
- Enter one of the promo codes from above and then click “Apply”.
- You’re Done! Underneath the promo code entry-field it says: Available credits. When the promo code works successfully, it will show up there. If it has expired, then keep trying these codes until one of them works properly.
How Lyft Works (for Passengers):
The whole process for using Lyft is designed to be as convenient and relaxed as possible.
- To get picked up, simply open the Lyft app and press the big green button.
- You’ll be matched up to a Driver in the area. You’ll see a picture of the driver (so that you can recognize her or him). The pink moustache on the front of the car will also help you identify the right car.
- Pay with your Credit Card. No need to carry cash for a tip or anything like that. If you want to tip, you can do it through the app.
- Rate the Driver. The whole Lyft community is based on user feedback, so rating your drivers will help reward the better drivers.
How Lyft Works (for Drivers):
If you want to become a Lyft driver, the whole process is pretty straightforward. A recent Hollywood Reporter article noted how lots of 20-somethings are become Lyft and Uber drivers because you can make up to $30/hour in your spare time.
- Sign up to become a driver on Lyhttp://coupontraveller.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/how-to-become-a-lyft-driver.png” alt=”how to become a lyft driver” width=”398″ height=”619″ class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-900″ />
- Then download the Lyft app to create your driver profile.
- Lyft will perform a Background check as well as a DMV check going back seven years.
- The vehicle you intend to use for Lyft must be newer than 2000 and pass an inspection before its approved.
- You have the option of getting the Lyft Insurance Protection plan which can protect you and your vehicle if you get into an accident while on the job.
- As a driver you can rate your customers as well. It’s a two-way rating system with Lyft.
- For more information on job requirements for Lyft, check out this page on their website.
Around the Web:
Lyft – Lyft’s official Facebook page. Like them on FB and you’ll see lots of cool videos from the Lyft community. If you have a question or comment, you can also post on their wall.
Lyft on YouTube:
Lyft has their very own YouTube channel where they have informative videos about their service. There’s also tons of videos from the Lyft community: