Freebird will get you to where you’re going and provide you with rewards for every ride. Discover the best spots, get the best deals and have the best experiences — all in one easy-to-use app. Go out & get rewarded.
Using Freebird is easy! Connect Freebird to your Uber or Lyft account, browse offers from your favorite restaurants, bars and other merchants, book a ride there and earn rewards.
GET REWARDS WHEN YOU USE UBER & LYFT
With Freebird, each Uber or Lyft ride you take will earn you rewards in the form of either cash-back or points. Our restaurant and bar partners also offer VIP perks for riders who use Freebird, including extra points, cash-back rewards, subsidized safe rides home and more! Check out the app for our ever-growing list of partners near you.
CONVERT POINTS INTO CASH REWARDS
The points you earn while riding convert to cash rewards, so you get paid while getting around town. Watch your reward points add up, and when you’re ready, you can transfer your balance right into your bank account.
GOING OUT JUST GOT MORE REWARDING
Ready to hit the town? Download Freebird and get rewarded for going out!
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Freebird requires the use of your phone’s location services to show you nearby deals.
Transferring of funds raised in Freebird requires a valid US debit card that allows instant payouts. Please check with your bank to ensure your card can receive instant payouts. Freebird is currently supported in the US only.
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Ratings and Reviews
Refreshing. Excellent. Always improving.
In a world where it seems every app, offer, coupon or reward comes with “fine print,” hidden costs, and misleading promises, or just flat-out doesn’t do what it purports—Freebird stands apart as an excellent, always improving, customer responsive, and well worth-your-while, cost-saving app, that is neither excessively intrusive nor exceedingly cumbersome to use.
It only adds about 5 seconds longer than normal to calling a Lyft or Uber, shows additional offers without ads or unnecessary pop-ups, and clearly shows you exactly what you’ve earned, and how many points you need to receive your next reward.
I call a moderate amount of vehicles—I’d say slightly more than an average person, but certainly not every day; and I make about $20 (or a little over) each month! That’s roughly $120 a year for using this app.
When you consider it: that’s 2-4 rides per month, I get for FREE, just by using this app. Over the course of a year, that’s 24 to 48 rides Firebird will pay for. That makes a difference.
I find the whole experience in a word: refreshing.
It’s hard not to be cynical in today’s world, where so many companies don’t tell the truth and don’t have the customers best interest at heart. Firebird gives me hope that more and more apps, business and user interfaces will choose to follow their example.
So I’ve noticed a few glitches when I am waiting for a ride and close out of the app, but yesterday was beyond frustrating. I had the rider arriving any moment then the app froze and has been stuck on “We’re finding you a driver now” with Don Julio since I was headed home. I had used the app 3 times the same day with zero issue then here I am stuck at 3 am with a frozen app. Now it’s 24 hours later I’ve closed the app and turned on and off my phone and even turned my data off but the stupid screen is still trying to find me a ride! I am frustrated that I missed out on the ride last night and had to wait outdoors alone forever because I had to order a new ride. Driving responsibly I need to go get my car now across town and still won’t get to use the app. Gahhh!!!!
Not reliable and iffy customer service
FreeBird sends cars to the wrong location. It’s an ongoing problem with their gps and they have either not picked me up at the right location, or dropped me off at the wrong location, at least a third of the times I’ve used it. I have been late for classes and appointments due to this. When I have contacted customer support they have told me again and again that I entered the address wrong. Why would I enter my addresses wrong or not pick my schools name on a map? In the latter situation, the driver dropped me off in the middle of the hood. I mean it was sketchy and dangerous and I had to wait for another Uber to come. It cost me a fortune, as did the other rides where the wrong location was sent to my cab. FreeBird kept giving me a hard time it and saying it was my fault and only after multiple messages from me would they refund me (and for the difference only mind you. Not for the entire ride given the inconvenience.) I liked the idea and have really given it a shot but reading these reviews I see that I’m not the only one who’s had this problem. I wouldn’t recommend.
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- 73.2 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.