UBER REFERRAL CODE
TO SAVE YOU TIME, YOU SHOULD KNOW
Promotions may change often but all referral codes are equal, so no matter who's referral code you sign up with, you're going to receive the same amount. Don't worry about searching around for the highest referral bonus; the only 2 things that will really matter will be which city you sign up to drive in and what promotion Uber is running at that time.
WHAT'S THE CURRENT UBER BONUS AMOUNT IN YOUR CITY?
Since Uber does not post their bonus amounts publicly, I recommend double checking with them directly by email to see what the current promo is for your specific city and what the ride requirements are.
HOW THE DOUBLE-SIDED BONUS WORKS
Uber rewards both the referee and the referrer with an equal, double-sided bonus.
So let's say you sign up to drive using my Uber referral code and then complete the required amount of trips needed. You will then receive, for example, a $300 bonus and I will also receive a $300 bonus as my reward for referring you.
Important to Know: The bonus amount actually depends on the city the referee is going to be driving in and what that city's current promotion is.
Promotions change often but all referral codes are equal, so no matter who's referral code you sign up with, you're going to receive the same amount.
For example, if you saw someone promoting a $500 bonus with their code and someone else promoting a $100 bonus with their code, you're naturally going to be tempted to use the $500 code.
But what you should do instead is contact Uber directly (you can find a list of Uber's support emails by city here) to find out how much the current bonus is for your city and what the required amount of trips are, just so you know what to expect.
Furthermore, once you become an Uber driver, you will also receive your own referral code, which you can use to sign up other drivers and earn an additional double-sided bonus.