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UPUA Offering Spring Break Lyft Coupons To University Park Airport

The University Park Undergraduate Association is once again providing Lyft subsidies for students traveling to and from the University Park Airport throughout spring break, as announced at a recent assembly meeting.

The subsidies will actively run from Thursday, March 3, through Monday, March 14. By using the promo code “UPUASPRING2022,” students can get up to $15 off their rides to the airport.

Funding for the subsidies was approved in a UPUA meeting two weeks ago. Representatives unanimously approved providing $750 to fund the Lyft subsidies through UPUA’s budget.

This semester’s Lyft subsidies are nothing new. Citing it as a measure to help out-of-state students, UPUA has funded similar airport coupons for winter and spring break for years.

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