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Uber Pass, the subscription service that the company first introduced in 2018, is now available nationwide — minus California.
The expansion of Pass — an Amazon Prime-style subscription service that allows Uber customers to pay a monthly fee for discounted rates for Uber rides, Uber Eats deliveries, and scooter and bike trips — comes at a time when the company is struggling to maintain its financial footing during the coronavirus pandemic and fighting a dramatic legal battle in its home state.
During its test phase, Pass was available in just 10 US cities. Now, that has expanded to over 200 cities, including New Haven, Columbus, Honolulu, Madison, Milwaukee, Nashville, New York City, Portland, Seattle, and St. Louis.
…tech, The Verge