Uber has now joined into the wedding industry with the new plans. Uber is introducing the UberWeddings service, which is going to cover all the transportation you needed. This US-based transportation service will reduce the wedding related travel needs.

UberWeddings service is available in the total of 12 different cities in India. Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Ludhiana, New Delhi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Udaipur and Lucknow.

Uber has partnered with the ‘WedMeGood’ which is the reputed wedding planning website for UberWeddings. With this association, Uber is going to offer several wedding-themed on-demands available such as bachelor/bachelorette parties hosted by, and the dinners and other wedding-related celebrations.

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Users have to submit their details about the wedding by navigating to the WedMeGood official website and fill up the complete details. Once the user provides the wedding, hosts will buy the specific number of Uber rides set on the denominations.

The company gives one Promo Code, and you can share that coupon with the guests as the extension to their invitation. This unique promo code can share with their family members for the free ride during the wedding.

This code can be customized with the host’s name or with their wedding hashtag, which will be printed by the Uber and it will make available within three working days after the purchase request.

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This is going to change the way of host events with UberWeddings.  Check out the things offered by Uber with the UberWeddings Package

  • Free Rides for the wedding prep
  • Free Rides for your guests
  • Customized Promo Codes

Riding with UberWeddings is made easy, and it is 40% cheaper than the taxies. With this, the user will get the benefits like No shuttles, No valets, or parking. Uber is offering the each ride with every budget and for every occasion.

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