Uber Offers Rolls-Royce Rides in New York City and Los Angeles

Do you have what it takes to be royal? As you grew up, was there a “Nigel” teaching you eccentric British manners? But most of all, are you rich? If most of the answers to these questions are negative you don’t need to worry, this weekend being a prince is possible. A prince, a rapper or a rockstar, either way, calling Uber might give to chance to be chauffeured around in a Rolls-Royce.
British actress Elizabeth Hurley was the first to get a ride 1 photo
Photo: E! Online
New Yorkers get your Sunday shirt and pull those special trousers on, it’s time to boogie. Famous-for-nothing Los Angeles citizens, wanna-by-popular pizza delivery lads, get ready, the time has come for the seats to be switched for a change. Too much drama for a Rolls-Royce? Well, we certainly can say that since we already tested a couple of them and know all the insights.

The Uber service is a special thing limited to just these two cities and will last for only four days. It started Thursday and will end Sunday, so you'd better hurry.

It’s the initiative of E! Online entertainment lifestyle network and it involves promoting a premiere of their newest fancy-rich show, called the Royals.

Until Sunday, when the first episode will air, those who want to get a better view inside the world of the few (who literally sit on gold mines), simply enter the codes “RoyalRideLA” or “RoyalRideNYC” in the Uber app.

The lifestyle network is only asking their fans who actually get to be chauffeured in one of the E-Rolls-Royce cars (this reads EOnline, not electric...) to post as many selfies as possible.

Now, before we go to the other room and scream because of too much fancy-ness, we’d like to specify that we totally liked Dubai’s Uber campaign more. After all, is there anything better than getting the chance to test drive a McLaren 650S?
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