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Why use Uber Cash?

Plan ahead

Set a budget and stick to it. Uber Cash lets you select an amount to pre-pay for your upcoming rides and orders.

Pay now, relax later

Uber Cash helps you plan ahead and prepay for your upcoming Uber purchases. This way, you have an easy payments experience.

No expiration dates

Purchased funds never expire. Use them for food, airport rides, bikes, and more.

How to use Uber Cash

Convenience, automated

Opt for auto-refill and lock in your savings. Auto-refill adds your pre-selected amount whenever your balance drops below $10.*

Top questions from riders

  • Uber Cash can be used to pay for rides and for orders with Uber Eats.

  • You can use almost any payment method, including credit cards, debit cards, Venmo, and PayPal, to add funds. In Brazil, you can add funds at more than 280,000 retail points of sale all over the country, including bancas and lotericas.

  • Yes, you can receive Uber Cash through the Uber Rewards program, customer support, gift cards, and more.

  • For now, you can only use your Uber Cash balance in the country where it was purchased.

  • Yes, you can pay with cash. Before requesting a ride, go to the Payment section in the app and select Cash. At the end of your trip, pay cash directly to your driver. This is available in select markets.

Earn more with Uber Rewards

*Visit the Payment menu in the Uber app to change your refill settings or turn off auto-refill anytime.

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