Celebrate Pride With a Free Ride

Lyft partners with Pride Fest to help you celebrate.

Lyft believes that we’re “better together.” That’s been their motto all month in a lead-up to Seattle Pride—and they’re putting their dollars behind it.

RIDE FREE WITH LYFT: Lyft will be celebrating the festivities all weekend long at Pride. Stop by their booth at the festival in Capitol Hill on June 25th and at Seattle Center on 26th and spin their wheel to win fun prizes and hydrate with some free Vita Coco Coconut Water while you’re there. Plus, new passengers can use the code PRIDEFEST16 and get $5 off on 10 rides (a $50 value) valid for two weeks. A kickback goes directly to Pridefest.org.

SHARE AND WIN WITH LYFT: Want to tell your Pride story? Join Lyft’s Instagram contest and send photos and stories of how you’re celebrating and what Pride means to you. Submit a photo using the #BetterTogether hashtag and you’ll be entered to win the ultimate vacation package: @HotelTonight credits, a year’s worth of Lyft credits and a Southwest Airlines gift card. Top photos will be featured on the #BetterTogether Tumblr page at Lyftpride.tumblr.com.

But that’s not all! Don’t forget to lookout for the driver cruising around town in a sweet, decked-out Lyft-wrapped car giving away swag to the lucky passengers who ride with him.

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