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There’s a truly awesome offer out right now. All you need is a few seconds of your time and a Visa card. You’ll score a minimum of $20 bucks off your next car service ride. But for many people, credits of $45 or $75 or even $100’s are easily possible. Need an airport lift, ride around town or just any ride at all? Groundlink has a very lucrative promotion going on with Visa that’s not to be misssed.

a man in a suit standing next to a carThe Deal

If you not already enrolled with Groundlink, you can instantly get $25 off your first ride, just for signing up. Register here and using promo code: 12wl. The $25 off will appear instantly. Now it’s time to stack more free money. Grab your wallet and every Visa credit card you have hidden in a sock drawer. Each card is going to save $20 or $30. You can add as many as you like!


You need a Visa Signature or Visa Infinite card. Most Visa credit cards issued around the world are one or the other. If you have Visa Signature – you get $20 credit and 10% off all rides. If you have Visa Infinite – you get $30 off and 15% off all rides. If you have multiple of each card, you can add as many as you like, receiving the same credit for each card added. You can potentially grab hundreds in ride credit. Free rides! Register Visa Signature here. Visa Infinite, here.


Groundlink is one of the most popular car service providers, but unlike Uber it’s more focused on traditional black car service and rides planned in advance. Think: airport, night on the town, point to point journeys. All drivers are professionals and generally operate in nice cars. The best part? You can stack these offers to your hearts content, scoring truly free rides in countless countries.

Are you taking advantage of this great deal?

HT: MilesToMemories for sharing the deal.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. $650 for both of us. 🙂

    In actuality it’s worth about $160 to us given how riduculously expensive they are compared to Uber.

    But 4 free rides is still 4 free rides.


    Too bad Citi Hilton (x2) went away and I didn’t see this when Citi Forward stlll worked. It would have been another $160.

    Auth users work too.

  2. I ended up getting $600 in credit for my families accounts. Here’s some useful info on getting cards to work for this promo.

    Remember that Chase cards issue the same card number for AU’s as for the primary. The program will let me enter an AU (authorized user) with the same card info apart from the name, tell me congratulations, but it will NOT add additional credit. I also could not get any business cards to work for the promo (Chase, US Bank, Bank of America)

    Here are the cards that worked for me:

    Sapphire Preferred
    United Explorer
    US Bank Club Carlson
    Bank of America Travel Rewards
    Bank of America Cash Rewards
    Merrill Lynch

    Did Not work
    Any Chase Business (Ink Plus, Ink Cash, Southwest, Marriott)
    Flexperks Business
    US Bank Club Carlson Business
    USAA (not signature or infinite visa)
    US Bank Avianca (not signature or infinite visa)
    Capital One Venture (not signature or infinite visa)
    Citi Costco

  3. Where do you see the credits? I’ve entered 3 Visas, one of them is business Visa, and created a dummy booking. Only the $25 sign up bonus is showing up in the total. Or does it take some time to show up?

  4. Holy hell that’s awesome! Didn’t know about it. Here in Boston, the price to the airport isn’t that different from Uber.
    Thanks for the usual useful stuff.

  5. Too bad that the Citi Hilton cards went away two days before…
    Btw, for this to work the card has to be active and not maxed out, as the system sends an $1 probe.

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