Posted by Chuck on November 9, 2017

Published on November 9th, 2017 | by Chuck


Free $20 in Lyft Credit toward Two Rides this Week [NY, IL, FL, CO, MA, PA, DC, MO, GA, TX]

The Offer

Beginning Thursday, Sept. 21, through the end of the year, Budweiser is providing up to 10,000 round-trip rides every weekend across nine states: New York, Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Texas, Georgia; plus Washington, D.C.

Budweiser will share a unique ride code on its Facebook and Instagram channels each Thursday at 2 p.m. ET, which new and existing Lyft users over the age of 21 can use to claim a $20 ride credit (two $10 one-way rides) through the Lyft app. The credits can be redeemed for rides taken between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. local time that Thursday, Friday or Saturday night.

  • Use promo code: STAYRESPONSIBLE or DOYOURPART or DONTDRIVEDRUNK17 to get the $20 credit for this week (different states have different codes)

Promo codes are applied in the Promos tab (top-left corner in app).

The Fine Print

  • Valid Thursday November 9 at 5 pm until Sunday November 12 at 5 am
  • Limited time only and while supplies last
  • Discount does not apply to tips and any tips are the responsibility of the Lyft user
  • Must be 21
  • Pickup OR drop-off must be within coverage area

Our Verdict

These go fast. Save it as soon as you can, and it’ll be there for you to use this weekend.

33 Responses to Free $20 in Lyft Credit toward Two Rides this Week [NY, IL, FL, CO, MA, PA, DC, MO, GA, TX]

  1. Andre says:

    The code should be DOYOURPART

  2. LAG says:

    TX: DOYOURPART worked for me for two rides up to $10 each, valid 11/9 (5pm) – 11/12 (5am), but STAYRESPONSIBLE did not work.

    Contrary to what your description states, STAYRESPONSIBLE error said “Sorry, you can’t redeem new user promos since you’ve already redeemed one using your device or lyft account”.

  3. Sean says:

    Code for GA is DONTDRIVEDRUNK17

  4. Alex says:

    The coverage area for DOYOURPART appears to be CO and PA

  5. Tyler says:

    DOYOURPART worked for me but the coverage area is Colorado and Pennsylvania.

  6. Bob Sters says:

    STAYRESPONSIBLE doesn’t seem to work for me (existing user). It says new users only. No code for NY.

  7. Chris says:

    What is the code for IL?

  8. Shaun says:

    Have to suggest specifying the states for each code. Otherwise I’m grabbing a code just to find out the geography, and blocking someone else from using it.

  9. Moose Cow says:

    Silly to list codes without specifying state. Now I have two useless codes and two less for others to use…

  10. Scott says:

    DOYOURPART tells me I can’t use it because I’ve already used new user codes. I thought it was for new and old though.

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  15. JVP says:

    DONTDRIVEDRUNK17 doesn’t work for IL. No code works for IL except if you live by the border with MIssouri.

    This is the second time I used the code instead of sb else.

    • Mike L says:

      Yeah, I’m noticing that now. It was the only 1 of the 3 that worked, but the coverage area is only the states of Missouri and Georgia??

  16. James says:

    DONTDRIVEDRUNK17 worked for DC.

  17. SAMTXNYC says:


  18. comp3v says:

    DONTDRIVEDRUNK17 is now for GA and MO only

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  20. Yosk says:

    none of these are working for CO right now – are they all out?

  21. farsighted99 says:

    I’m in Austin, TX for a couple of days. Anyone know the code?

  22. Tim says:

    All of code do not work. Dead?

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