Each driver assigned by their carrier to a load booked via Uber Freight will receive a $20 promotional credit for Uber Eats, subject to the following terms and conditions. The load must be successfully delivered to its destination in order to qualify. The promotional code for the $20 credit will be emailed to the recipient within seven days of the load delivery date. Each recipient will be eligible for one $20 credit per week (week defined as Monday-Sunday) if he or she has delivered at least one load using the Uber Freight app in that week.
This promotional offer of credits will expire at 11:59 p.m. (ET) on April 12, 2020 (the “Offer Period”). Uber Freight may extend the Offer Period in its sole discretion. Unused promotional credits received prior to the end of the Offer Period will expire at 11:55 p.m. (PT) on June 30, 2020. Each promotional credit is valid for up to $20 off the menu price of all items in your next order on Uber Eats (excluding taxes and service fees). The promotional credit cannot be used to pay taxes or the applicable service fee. A Small Order Fee may also apply. To redeem this offer, you must apply the promo code in the Uber Eats app before completing your order. This promotional credit may be combined with a free delivery fee offer but not with any other offers. Valid only in the U.S. See the Uber Eats app for details and location availability.
Uber Freight customers who tender an FMCSA qualified COVID-19 emergency relief load to Uber Freight (as defined here) via the Uber Freight Shipper Platform (“Relief Loads”) will be eligible for Zero Profit Pricing in accordance with the following terms and conditions.
“Zero Profit Pricing” means that for Relief Loads, Uber Freight will not be allocated any gross profit, because either (i) the shipper’s linehaul rate payable to Uber Freight does not exceed the linehaul rate payable by Uber Freight to the performing motor carrier or (ii) if the shipper’s linehaul rate does exceed the linehaul rate paid to the carrier by Uber Freight upon delivery, Uber Freight will grant the shipper a credit on the load equal to the difference between the two rates.
The Relief Load designation will expire at 11:59 p.m. (ET) on April 12, 2020, or upon the termination of the emergency declaration by the appropriate federal authorities, if earlier (the “Relief Period”). To be eligible for Zero Profit Pricing, a Relief Load must be tendered during the Relief Period with a scheduled pickup time during the Relief Period. Each shipper-customer on the Shipper Platform may tender up to 60 Relief Loads subject to Zero Profit Pricing during the Relief Period. Uber Freight reserves the right to change the terms of this program and/or waive this limit in its sole discretion. Uber Freight reserves the right to review and remove the shipper-customer’s Relief Load designation from loads that do not meet the FMCSA’s criteria, and such loads will not be eligible for Zero Profit Pricing. Valid only in the U.S.
Uber Freight will be sending sanitation supplies to Small Carriers that are Active on the Uber Freight platform in accordance with the following criteria:
The number of items we distribute to each qualified carrier may vary depending on the size of the carrier or number of drivers as reported through the FMCSA Safety and Fitness Electronic Record (SAFER) System. Each sanitation supplies package will contain surface spray that has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses.
The sanitation supplies will be distributed to each qualified carrier’s business addresses registered with Uber Freight, with an estimated delivery time of 4 to 6 weeks after the press announcement, though the actual date will depend on the transportation conditions within the market, accuracy of the addresses, and availability of supply. Supplies will be limited to 16,000 units.