How to Use Lyft at LAX + $50 Promo Code
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from Lyft driver Troy, who added some good stuff to our tip about Lyft now picking up at LAX:
“Once you request the ride you’ll need to go upstairs to Departures to one of the six ‘Ride Service Pick Up’ signs. They are a green circle and they have a large letter ‘A, B, C, D, E, or F’ on them. The Lyft driver is in the holding lot and will arrive in three to five minutes.
Plus if anyone would like $50 in free ride credits, just enter the promo code JOHNNY1827 in the ‘Add credit code’ of the ‘Payment’ section before you request your ride.” The $50 credit is applied over ten rides ($5 each). Thanks, Troy!
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