As we gear up for another Buffalo Bills season (or maybe more importantly another tailgate season), with Uber here in WNY they have found a designated area to pick up and drop off Uber:
Southeast corner of Abbott Road and Big Tree Road/Route 20A
Free 15 bucks code: BUFFALOBILLS15
You can now download Uber and get a ride. I just downloaded the app and you can request a ride from one of the zillion people that are already signed up for Uber.
I just checked and it would take me about $18.47 to get to my house in Lancaster where in an ordinary cab it would take about $45 (One time I didn't have enough money and had to get dropped off on Transit--no joke)...
Uber is getting ready to make their debut in Buffalo on June 29, but if you're looking to get picked up or dropped off at the airport--you're going to have to pay a fee.
It's only $3.50 on top of your Uber bill, but why do we have to pay that...
June 29th can not come here fast enough. After a long, hard fought battle, ridesharing programs like Lyft and Uber will finally be able to come to the Queen City and fully operate.
While Uber seems to have thousands of drivers registered to go here in Western New York, its competitor Lyft doesn't seem to have the same strength...
It was back in April when the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres announced that Uber would become their official ride-sharing partner, but this seems to be taking things to an extreme. Buffalo Bills cornerback Shareece Wright used Uber for an eight-hour 550-mile trip from Chicago to the Bills' practice facility so that he wouldn't miss the first day of the team's voluntary organized team activities
The New York State Assembly announced today the date when Uber and Lyft will officially be allowed to operate here in Western New York and the rest of the State.
The State voted to change a few words in the ride sharing bill in order to allow the operations to start a few days earlier, just in time for Fourth of July weekend...
It was a minor tweak in some wording that could get Uber here sooner than expected. Originally, the when ride-sharing was passed a few weeks back, Western New Yorkers could expect Uber and Lyft to be officially here on July 9.
Though, with the tweak of one word, 20 officials and lawmakers have signed into rewriting the minor detail that would allow Uber and Lyft to come to Buffalo BEFORE 4th of Ju
Uber has been named the official ride-sharing partner of the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo Bandits. Pegula Sports and Entertainment executive vice president of business development Erica Muhleman said “as soon as ridesharing was legalized in New York State, we enthusiastically initiated discussions to become partners. The Bills, Sabres and Bandits share in Uber’s mission of providing
Time to make some easy money!
Uber and Lyft will be in Buffalo in July 9 so, to get yourself set up, here are some of the things you have to know and keep in mind. You can start applying today to be an Uber or Lyft driver this Summer when the official date begins by the New York DMV...