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By Denver Nicks
March 2, 2016
An Uber driver drops off a passenger at LAX, October 20, 2015.
An Uber driver drops off a passenger at LAX, October 20, 2015.
Robert Gauthier—LA Times via Getty Images

Uber customers with Capital One cards who like car pooling just hit the jackpot, as the two companies announced Wednesday a promotion to offer Capital One customers four free rides on UberPOOL to be used all weekend long.

The promo goes from Friday, March 4 through Sunday, March 6. To use the promotion, select UberPOOL in the Uber app, make sure your eligible Capital One card is your payment method (any U.S.-issued Capital One credit card in good standing, or debit cards from Capital One bank accounts), enter the promo code CAPITALONEPOOL and order up an UberPOOL ride.

E-wallets and third-party payment systems like Apple Pay will not work with the promotion.

The promo is available in the following 11 American cities:

Atlanta, GA

Austin, TX

Boston, MA

Chicago, IL

Los Angeles, CA

Miami, FL

New York, NY

Oakland, CA

Philadelphia, PA

San Francisco, CA

Washington, DC

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Money has partnered with CardRatings.com and ConsumersAdvocate.org, among other companies, for our coverage of credit card products. Money, CardRatings.com, and ConsumersAdvocate.org may receive a commission from card issuers. For example, Money receives a commission from Citi when you apply and are approved for a Citi product through the links on this site.

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