As a movement sparked in San Francisco, we couldn’t be more excited Lyft’s hometown team is back in the hunt to win a third World Series title in five years! To celebrate, we’re extending this weekend's home field advantage to Giants fans city-wide:
Ride to AT&T for Free
Heading down to AT&T Park for the home World Series games? Take a free Lyft Line ride to the stadium before your game on Friday, Saturday or Sunday! Fans uniting in a Lyft means team camaraderie reaches a fever pitch even before anyone steps foot in the ballpark – and shared rides will ease congestion around the South Beach area for the Giants’ sellout games.
- Enter the code LINEDRIVE* in the Lyft app
- Set your destination to the ballpark area
- Don't forget your rally rag!
Paint the Town Orange
Beginning Thursday, look for SFstaches on Lyft cars driven by Lyft drivers and fellow Giants fans. There will be nearly 100 special-edition carstaches on the road, so request a Lyft and you may be lucky enough to score a special Giants-themed ride. Best of all, one lucky passenger who rides with the SFstache on Friday or Saturday could win a pair of tickets to Sunday’s World Series Game 5 at AT&T Park!**
More Ways to Win
And in any Lyft ride this weekend, share a photo of you, your driver, or your friends in Giants gear to Twitter or Instagram, and each game day you could win one of the SFstaches and $100 in Lyft credit to keep you riding in Orange October style all fall long. Don’t forget to tag your pics with @Lyft and #EvenYearLyft.
Last time the Giants were in the World Series, Lyft had only just launched in SF; now we’re riding strong with baseball fans in nearly 70 other U.S. cities. We became MLB.com’s exclusive rideshare partner last month to delight passengers and fans across the country – and there will be even more to come in the 2015 season. For now, Go Giants!
*LINEDRIVE is valid for one free Lyft Line ride up to $25, and passengers must input and travel to a destination address within a 0.4 mile radius of AT&T Park to be eligible to redeem the LINEDRIVE code.