According to the Blog on Uber's website, today, June 27, Uber services arrive in Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Tepic and Ciudad Obregón. "We are happy to be part of these cities."
Uber comes to offer a new option of efficient, safe and accessible transportation that will allow citizens to travel every corner of its streets. From the Malecon to Sayulita, from Marina Vallarta to downtown Puerto Vallarta, from La Loma Park to Xalisco, or from Laguna Nainari to the Yaquis Stadium.
Arriving in these metropolis, Uber reaffirms its commitment to improve the mobility of cities. From now on, you can rest easy because in a few minutes and at the push of a button, your Uber will be ready to take you wherever you go, regardless of your payment method.
How to apply for your Uber:
1. Download the Uber app on your phone.
2. Register and apply the promotional code HOLAOBREGÓN, HOLATEPIC or HOLAVALLARTA to receive a discount of up to 50 (pesos) on your first three trips.
3. To travel, enter your destination and request a car from Uber.
Pro Tip: Calculate the cost of your trip before starting it by entering the address of your destination.
Uber's mission is to make transportation something that everyone can count on, wherever they are. We started in 2010 to solve a simple problem: get a trip with the push of a button. Six years and more than a billion trips later, we have begun to face a much greater challenge: reducing road congestion and pollution in our cities, bringing more people into fewer cars. Uber arrived in Mexico in 2013 and is currently present in 35 cities, with products such as uberPOOL, uberX, uberXL, UberBlack, UberSUV, uberX + car seat and uberPET.
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