Lyft Is Offering Discounted Rides To Inspirational Locations For Women’s History Month

Here's a list of locations included.

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If you haven’t figured out how to celebrate Women’s History Month yet (or just aren’t done celebrating), one way to show your support is by heading to important and inspirational locations, like museums, monuments and even women-owned businesses.

Unfortunately, it isn’t always easy for everyone to travel — even within their own city. To help, Lyft is offering $10 off one ride to or from tons of locations in dozens of cities now through March 31.

Participating locations include monuments and museums like the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument, The Vietnam Women’s Memorial on the National Mall, Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and Museum and the International Women’s Air & Space Museum. You’ll also find female-owned businesses on the list like Martha Lou’s Kitchen in Charleston, South Carolina, and Habit Doughnut Dispensary in Denver, Colorado. You can find a list of all participating cities and locations by visiting Lyft’s website.

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There is a max of $10 off per ride and only one credit per Lyft account is allowed. The ride must also cost more than $10 and has to start or end at a participating location. The discount does not apply to tips, cancellation fees, damage charges or taxes. Be sure to take note of the promo code for the city you’ll be in, as they’re all different. You’ll need to use the promo code on the Lyft app to get the $10 credit.

“Learning important lessons from the women who’ve made their mark in history, and recognizing so many of them are just everyday people, should empower people to feel like, ‘I can do something, too,'” former White House Obama administration adviser and Lyft board member, Valerie Jarrett, said in a blog post. “That’s why, for Women’s History Month, Lyft is offering ride credit to help make these locations more accessible and affordable for everyone. It’s so exciting because — let’s face it — sometimes the impediment to people visiting these wonderful places is that they simply can’t afford to get there.”


You still have more than two weeks to take advantage of the deal. Will you be visiting one of the places on the list?