How pricing works with Uber for Business
No service fees
Customers that sign up directly and don't require custom solutions never pay service fees. Period.
Access powerful features at no extra cost
Easily set limits and allowances based on day, time, location, and budget. You can also customize for different teams or departments.
Automatic expense reconciliation
We integrate with SAP Concur and other expense providers to enable automatic billing and reconciliation, saving everyone time.
Flexible billing options
Your business can choose to pay per trip or food order, or request a monthly bill. There are no upfront costs or minimum spending.
Custom expense codes
Save everyone time and headaches with custom expense codes that ensure that rides and meals are coded correctly for reconciliation.
You have the option to let your team charge to a single company credit card. No more reimbursements or manager approvals.
Reporting and insights
Monthly reports give you unparalleled visibility into spending and usage, so you can fine-tune your policies and improve your bottom line.
Frequently asked questions
- What expense management systems does Uber for Business integrate with?
We integrate with Certify, Chrome River, Expensify, Expensya, Fraedom, Happay, Rydoo, SAP Concur, Serko, Zeno, and Zoho Expense.
- What billing options are available?
The default billing option is pay per trip. Monthly billing is available to accounts that spend more than $2,500 a month.
- When do I get charged for a ride or meal?
After you arrive at your destination or receive your meal delivery, your final cost will be automatically calculated and charged to the payment method you’ve set.
- How do I get a price estimate in the app?
Open the app and input your destination in the “Where to?” box. The price estimate for each ride option will appear.
- How are prices estimated?
In most cities, your cost is calculated up front, before you confirm your ride. In others, you’ll see an estimated price range.
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