Uber does much more now than just enabling you to find a driver to take you to your destination. It does food delivery, bike and scooter rentals, and even helicopter rides. The company is reportedly testing a new monthly subscription which will bundle its most major services into one package. This bundle will include food delivery through Uber Eats, bike and scooter rentals as well as the core service which remains ride-hailing.


This bundle is reportedly being tested in San Francisco and Chicago currently. It’s possible that Uber could roll it out in other markets down the line.

It costs $24.99 per month and it provides customers with price protection or a fixed discount on every ride they hail, free Uber Eats delivery, and free rides on Uber’s Jump bikes and scooters. Uber is even trying out bundles that are priced a little lower which include the rides and Uber Eats benefits. only.

“From meals to wheels and everything in between, we’re always looking for ways to make Uber the go-to option for your everyday needs,” said a spokesperson for the company. The spokesperson didn’t say if and when these bundles would see a much wider roll out across the United States and if there are any plans to try them out in other markets as well.

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