We’re proud to announce that starting today, you can pay for your Lyft rides using Google Wallet.
You can add any credit or debit card to your Wallet account or even link a bank account to pay for your ride.
Remember, you can always edit your payment method in the ‘Payment’ section of the app.
Can you get a LYFT with no money?
What if you have no money in your card and you request a Lyft? When you request a ride on Lyft or Uber, the system immediately attempts to charge your card before seeking the nearest driver. If the charge is declined, it asks you to select a different card.
How do I give a free ride on LYFT?
Starting today, you can gift Lyft ride credits to friends, family members, and coworkers with just a few clicks. Simply head to lyft.com/gift, and enter the recipient’s name, email address, and amount you’d like to give, then top it off with an optional personalized message.
Can u use a prepaid card for Lyft?
Accepted payment methods
Lyft works with major credit cards (like American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover), debit cards tied to checking accounts, and prepaid cards. Passengers may also use PayPal (for iOS and Android users), Apple Pay, and Android Pay. Our payments are processed by Stripe.
Does LYFT have its own debit card?
The Lyft Direct Mastercard® Debit Card is issued by Stride Bank, N.A. Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Mastercard International.
Is the first ride on LYFT free?
Lyft is currently giving new riders who sign up and use the Lyft promo codes “LYFTSTER18 ” or “RIDEON2019” up to $50 in free ride credit so they can experience the platform for themselves. The credit amount varies by city and can change at any time, so claim yours now before time runs out!
How do I get more rides on LYFT?
- Schedule Driving Times Around Prime Time Pricing.
- Take Advantage of Additional Promotions.
- Get New Drivers To Sign Up With Your Referral Code.
- Check Uber When There Are No Lyft Requests.
- Increase Your Tips.
- Work for Food Delivery Apps When There are no Ride Requests.
- Get The Maximum Deduction on Your Taxes.