It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day, when the streets will be paved with green as people come out for parties, parades, and pub crawls. Here’s your guide for when and where to earn — so you can luck out on every ride.
Expect higher ride requests (and dressed-up riders) throughout the weekend, with demand peaking on Sunday — when St. Patrick’s Day falls — between 3 PM - 8 PM.
Be a lucky charm for your riders: Keep extra chargers and water bottles handy to score high-fives (and better tips) from passengers.
Take breaks during down times: Between parades or drop-offs about town, simply tap ‘Online’ during a ride so you don’t get matched with another passenger.
Now that you’ve got the best times to drive, here’s where you can expect more passengers requesting rides on Sunday:
Pubs and bars: Prepare for pickups and drop-offs at Irish pubs and popular bars as locals travel in packs to enjoy the celebrations.
Parades: Get familiar with your city’s parade route and schedule to get ready for rides. Heads up: Some cities host their St. Patrick’s Day parades the day or even weekend before — check local listings to make sure you don’t miss out on rides.
Residential neighborhoods: For revellers that want to avoid the crowds, house parties are more their speed. That means more ride requests for you and maybe a few added stops at the store.
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