Posted by William Charles on July 21, 2019
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Published on July 21st, 2019 | by William Charles

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Lyft Launches New Ride Pass ‘Smart Savings Plan’ 10%/25% Off All Rides For $14.99 (Pilot Program)

Lyft has launched a new ride pass called ‘Smart Savings Plan’, some users are being targeted for this pilot program that offers 10% off all rides when you pay a $14.99 monthly fee. This means you need to spend $150+ per month to end up ahead. This isn’t Lyft’s first test of a ride pass, previously they have offered a pass costing $299 that provides 30 rides a month for up to $15 per ride and more recently they have offered $5 off per ride for $9.99 (10 rides max). This latest offering is probably the worst value proposition out of the three, so probably the most likely to actually be rolled out to all users.

Update: Some people are seeing the same thing, but for a 25% discount. That makes it much more attractive



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Dave
Dave

Have seen this for months and unless you spend minimum $150 a month, this is a dud.

Can’t imagine many people making this worth it

Chicagoan33
Chicagoan33

I live in Chicago and was offered 25% off unlimited rides for $15 a month. I’ve been renewing this plan for several months now. One big negative is it can’t be combined with any other Lyft credits such as the $10 World Elite MC credit.

WTG
WTG

Yeah, this new pass is a joke…they wont even offer me the prior ones that had value you mention above. If your average ride is $10-$15 its pointless yet they are pushing it hard. Uber has something similar now too and they both suck. Wish the would offer the $199 and $299 plans again.

Mj
Mj

They need to get that credit card up and running.

DC Guy
DC Guy

Honestly I think this is only worth it if you travel a lot for work and you can get your company to pay for the pass, which would allow you to also get discounts on personal rides.

Z
Z

Lyft has already been giving me 10% off rides for free, heh. Uber still ends up being cheaper though…

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