Lyft offers Black History Month discounts in Birmingham

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In celebration of Black History Month, Lyft is offering one free ride up to $10 to local museums, memorials and businesses owned by African Americans. Lyft is offering the promotion in select cities across the US through February.

Lyft Celebrates Black History Month

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Here’s the quote from Lyft’s blog post:

‘At Lyft, we believe in recognizing, celebrating, and supporting the contributions of incredible Black women and men throughout history and within our communities today. That is why during the month of February, we’ll be providing one free ride up to $10* to Black history museums, memorials, and relevant cultural sites, as well as to Black-owned businesses throughout various communities in which we serve.’

The code for Birmingham is: BHMBHM19. That gets you a free ride up to $10 to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, part of the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is a cultural and educational research center that promotes a comprehensive understanding for the significance of civil rights developments in Birmingham.  Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017, BCRI reaches more than 150,000 individuals each year though award-winning programs and services.

Below is the full list of participating cities, codes, and designated locations:

*Each code is valid for up to $10 off one standard Lyft ride to or from a participating location (listed above). The ride must begin or end at the participating location to qualify. Codes expire 2/28/19 at 11:59pm local time. Limit one code per Lyft account. Discount does not apply to tips, cancellation fees, damage charges, or taxes. Subject to Lyft’s Terms of Service.


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