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  • Uber is setting up a loyalty scheme
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Uber is setting up a loyalty scheme

Uber is testing out a loyalty scheme in Los Angeles, awarding users points for journeys, which can then be exchanged for free rides. The initiative only works on UberBLACK, and may be seen as an attempt to curtail the numbers of users flocking to UberX for its cheaper prices.

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