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How To Avoid The New Year's Eve Uber Price Surge

Posted on December 31, 2015


It's become a New Year's tradition as predictable as the ball drop at midnight: the Uber price surge. The popular ride-sharing service makes no secret of the fact that when demand for cars is highest, prices go up accordingly.

In New York City, a car service app called Gett has turned customers' annoyance with surge pricing into its major selling point. "We never surge," Gett promises on its homepage. "Always pay a flat rate, even when there is heavy rain, traffic, or demand."

CBS News article here

Related Topics: Gett, holiday, Limo Rates, Lyft, New York operators, rates, service pricing, surge pricing, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 4 )
  • anthony

     | about 2 years ago

    Andreas muller a financial analyst is also my 2016 person of the year, used guber but as soon as he found out they operated without any regards to german laws he refused to be a customer of a company who violated the laws

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