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Venmo fare-splitting is coming to the Uber app

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There's finally a way to split the check for rides and food in the Uber app — all without paying that extra fee.


On Thursday, the San Francisco-based ride-sharing company announced a partnership with Venmo that integrates the popular payment system into the Uber app. This arrangement sidesteps the current in-app split-ride fee.


"With so many of our riders and eaters already turning to Venmo as a way to pay a friend back for that last ride or meal, we're proud to have built a seamless, easy-to-use connection between our apps," Marco Mahrus, Uber's head of payment partnerships, said in a statement. Read more...

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