Singer Justin Bieber attends 'El Hormiguero' Tv Show on October 28, 2015 in Madrid, Spain.
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By Ethan Wolff-Mann
November 9, 2015

Do you want Justin Bieber’s new album for just $5? No? Well if you change your mind, you can snake a digital copy a day early for $8 off taking a Lyft.

For a week starting on Nov. 12, Lyft will be pedaling the new Bieber album, Purpose, to its users for just $5.

To qualify for the download as a Lyft user, you slide the ride select tab over to “Bieber Mode”—the other options are the group “Lyft Line,” standard Lyft car, and elite “Plus”—and take a ride that costs over $5. Lyft will give you a $5 credit when you step out of the car thereby confirming your Lyft loyalty and Bieber-worthiness.

As Wired notes, the alternative method of downloading the album, featuring the single Sorry, is waiting until Nov. 13 and paying the full retail price of $12.99.

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