Same here.I will usually open both apps and compare prices to make my decision.
Almost identical. At WDW, the Lyft app is how you access Minnie Vans, in case you're interested in using them.
Locally, I find them indistinguishable to the point that many of the cars have both Lyft and Uber emblems on them.
The only difference I have found is price. Some times it is negligible, other times $10 or more difference. I don’t know why this is.
I will usually open both apps and compare prices to make my decision.
Thank you all. I will download the Lyft app too and compare prices at the timeSame here.
We've been fortunate to get random discounts, like 50% off your next ten trips, that coincide with our WDW trips.
Lyft/Uber is the way to go from resort to resort. Using WDW transportation resort to resort is a hassle, well worth avoiding by paying $8-$10 for Lyft/Uber.
As a New Yorker and frequent visitor to Orlando, I find the idea that Uber and Lyft should particularly be called out for rent seeking bizarre, when compared to the previous ossified status quo of the NYC taxi medallion cartel and Mears in Orlando. I'm not saying Uber and lyft are paragons of virtue, but the industry they entered was among the most cozy and corrupt in existence, and their presence has forced exceedingly grudging improvements both to the regulatory model and the service provided by the somewhat displaced operators.I don't patronize Uber if I can help it, for a variety of reasons. They are both rent-seeking so neither is great, but Uber is more rapacious about it.
Pro-tip: If you use the Google Maps app, you can enter starting and finishing points as if you're going to drive, then tap the "taxi" icon to get instant and current Lyft and Uber quotes, complete with a link to the appropriate app.
Of course, this works for walking and public transportation directions too.Thank you - I'll have to try that