Heed the siren’s call, car drivers. In an attempt to destroy Detroit for good, Citi Bike has jumped on the Groupon bandwagon by offering a chance to save more than half on their bike sharing service. If you think $10 for that infrequent 24-hour pass is too much (like we do) and can’t justify $100 on a twelve-month subscription, then check out the four options they offer, especially the $45 for ten passes deal. Decide soon, because the deal expires in a couple of days.
If you’re into the day-long thing, you can buy three 24-hour passes for $15 (regular $30), or ten passes for $45 (regular $100). Want a week long pass? You can get two for just $25 (regular $50) or six for $65 (regular $150). What’s more, you have a whole year to use them, so you won’t be drunkenly scrambling on December 31 to use up your rides. Like all other non-annual passes, unfortunately, you only get 30-minutes at a go before having quickly re-docking your bike and going again. But, really, who wants to ride a Citi Bike for longer than that?