But then I received a notice that I could enjoy three more free months.
So I went for it. Why not? I have a couple of trips coming up when I might take Lyft. But I doubt I’ll extend the Lyft Pink membership past the three complimentary months. I don’t use rideshare (or bikes or scooters) enough to justify the $19.99-month cost. (I’d have to spend an average of about $130 each month to really make it worth my while.) Unless my client-related business travel bookings come back in full force (I’m not holding my breath), the membership doesn’t make sense for me.
I’ve used Lyft exactly twice during the past 18 months. The few other times I utilized rideshare services, I took Uber — thanks to the Uber Cash deposits (enrollment required) I receive with The Platinum Card® from American Express and American Express® Gold Card.
Still, though, it’s a generous gesture on the part of Chase and Lyft to give members another free three months of Lyft Pink.
If you have (or apply for) the Chase Sapphire Reserve, you have until March 2022 to activate the benefit — and enjoy at least one year of Lyft Pink.
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