How to schedule an Uber ride in advance, or cancel a scheduled ride if you no longer need it
- You can schedule an
Uberride for hours, days, and even weeks ahead of time on the Uber mobile app.
- For a scheduled ride, Uber sets a price range that you don't pay until later.
- It's possible to cancel a scheduled Uber ride and get money back if it's early enough.
In just a minute, you can schedule an Uber ride days or weeks ahead of time. And if your plans change, cancelling your scheduled ride is just as convenient.
Here's how to schedule a ride and cancel scheduled rides on the Uber mobile app.
How to schedule an Uber ride
2. In the Where to? text field on the Uber homepage, tap the drop-down arrow next to a clock icon and the word Now.
3. In the pop-up, use the scroll bars to select a date, time, and AM or PM. Hit Set once you've chosen the date and time.
4. On the next screen, type in the pick-up and drop-off location, or select previous locations from the list on the lower half of the screen.
5. The next screen will show a map of the route and the estimated price of your trip. Make sure your payment method is correct, and then select Schedule UberX at the bottom of the screen to confirm your scheduled ride.
Note: You can also swipe up to view more Uber car options, like Uber Comfort or UberXL, depending on what's available.
How to cancel your scheduled Uber rides, and view all the rides you have scheduled
1. To view your scheduled trip(s), open the Uber app, then tap the three horizontal lines in the top-left corner of the screen.
2. Tap Your Trips.
3. Then on the next screen, tap the drop-down oval in the top-right corner of the screen, which will likely read Past. In the drop-down list, select Upcoming.
4. Your upcoming trip(s) will now be displayed. To cancel one, just tap Cancel Ride then confirm with the CANCEL RIDE button that pops up.
The scheduled trip will immediately be cancelled and removed from the Your Trips page, and you won't incur a fee if you cancel it before you've matched with a driver.
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