Get instant, accurate ride estimates using our pricing widget. Just enter your pick-up and drop-off locations, then press the yellow fare button to generate a price.
Picture this – you’ve just come off a red-eye flight. You barely got any sleep, and you’ve got a make or break presentation to a client in a couple of hours. You’re tired and worn out after your flight, and you can’t wait to get to the hotel, drop your bags, shower, and begin your scheduled program of relaxation.
You pop open your trustworthy personal taxi app, Uber, put in your destination, wait for fares to pop up, and you see the estimated fare.
And your eyes explode. It’s nowhere close to what you budgeted. You feel the blood boil in your veins, the pain hit your brain, and the anguish in your wallet as you book the fare. On the surface, it isn’t that expensive, but it’s the fact it was what was more than you expected that makes it hurt.
What if we were to tell you that you don’t need to face that scenario ever again and there was a way you could easily find out what an Uber trip costs right from the comfort of your browser in real time?
Well, you’ve landed on the right article, as we’ve created an Uber fare estimator widget for you.
Get An Uber Fare Estimate Below
Our Uber Fare Estimate tool is a simple and easy way to get pricing and information on rides all over the world.
Just enter your pick-up and drop-off locations into the tool below, and we’ll show you how much your next ride will cost.
Check it out:
It works for all different Uber types, cities, and coverage areas. It also provides advanced data based on the locations the user enters, including their pick-up and drop-off points, and includes shareable links and details for those trips.
Embed this widget on your own site:
If you like our widget and want to give your users free Uber fare estimates of your own, then embed our widget straight into your site! There are multiple rideshare blogs using this tool, including Rideshare Apps and many more.
The process is very simple. all you have to do is configure the settings here, copy the code, then you will have a functioning Uber rate calculator widget that shows up within your page.
Here Are the Features Our Tool Provides Users
1. Uber Ride Fare Estimator
The first section of our Uber price estimator widget is the “Estimator” section.
Here, it allows users to get real-time Uber service fare estimates from any page the widget is embedded in.
This can be pretty handy for users to find out how far new Uber user promo code will go, or to help them budget for a work trip, or any circumstance where real-time accurate Uber pricing can help.
I’d enter the widget, set my pick-up location of Willis Tower as the starting point, then set my drop-off location of Navy Pier as the destination.
The widget would then generate a simple and easy-to-understand estimate which has all the data I’d need such as:
- Ride fare estimate
- Car types available
- Pick-up time
- Route time
- And lots more
2. City-Based Prices for Uber
The next tab on the widget has a feature called “City-Based Pricing,” a new feature. Here, you can find current Uber types and get the following pricing information for any city you search:
- Base fare
- Minimum fare
- Per minute fare
- Per mile fare
This allows you to estimate the trip fare for any city you’re in. We’ve heard that users often use this to compare taxi vs. Uber rates.
Simply enter the desired city and then view the results that pop up. If a city has multiple Uber car options, you can cycle through them by clicking the green arrow to the right of the car.
3. Popular Estimates
You can view the most popular and recent Uber fare estimates that other Uber app users are getting by clicking on the Popular tab on the right side of the widget. This really doesn’t help you calculate your own Uber trip, but it is a fun way to see what people are searching for and where they might be going.
Here’s How to Use the Estimator for Your Site (Tutorial)
We made this fare estimator very simple to put on your own site, and designed it with both Uber users and bloggers in mind.
Here are the three easy steps it takes to embed our estimator widget into your blog:
Copy the Uber Fare Estimator Widget Embed Code
The first thing you will need to do is copy the embed code for our Uber price estimate widget from above. It is directly below the tool embedded in this page. Copy everything from the embedded github gist box without changing anything.
Pasting the Embed Code
After you copy the code to your clipboard, navigate to the page you want to embed the widget in.
Paste the code into the Text editor tab rather than the Visual tab. If you don’t place it in the Text tab, it won’t show up properly.
Once you publish the page, you should see an Uber ride fare calculator widget appear in the desired page. That’s all there is to it!
If you have any questions about embedding the widget into your page, feel free to reach out and contact us. We are more than happy to help get it up and running for you.
How Much Uber Costs in Different Cities
We think it is pretty fun to use this tool to look around the world and see how Uber fare prices vary from city to city, depending where you live. There are a lot of different factors that go into the price structure, and they widely vary throughout the entire world.
We’ve used the widget for pricing research many times before, and it is hands down our favorite use for this. So, if you’re curious, here are the cheapest and most expensive cities for Uber, according to uberestimator.com.
Note: While we’re only looking at fares for UberX and UberBLACK below, our tool can also estimate the ride cost for other services such as UberPOOL, UberXL, UberSUV, and UberSELECT.
Cheapest Uber Cities
Here are the cities around the globe that have the cheapest Uber prices. Many of these cities fall into countries where economies are still developing and there’s a large need to move people to and from wherever they happen to be going. These cities likely have a lot of drivers available, bringing the prices down substantially from other cities where drivers are in high demand.
Most Expensive Uber Cities
On the contrary, while prices are very low in areas with heavy Uber driver supply and less rider demand, there are many cities that fall on the other side of the scale, where drivers are sparse and rider demand is high. This pushes the average cost sky high, and occurs in the following cities:
- The Hamptons
- New Jersey (Shore)
- Florida Keys
- New York City
- Southern Netherlands
- Cape Town
Uber Estimate Tips & Tricks
Looking to make the most out of our Uber fare calculator? We built this tool with you in mind. Take a look at a few tips and tricks to make getting Uber estimates easier than ever.
1. Share Your Route
Did you know that our Uber Fare Estimator widget stores the route you generate so you can come back to it at a later time, or share it with your friends?
While the widget displays all the basic information, you can get a full breakdown of the ride, complete with map and in-depth details, by clicking on the URL that’s generated within the details page of the widget. You can access this page any time, which is a fun way to share ride details with friends going to the same event or place as you.
We have found this to be an incredibly popular feature during concerts and music festivals, as well as corporate events such as sales meetings and conferences.
2. Auto-Populating Destinations
Our auto-populating feature of our estimator helps you out if you don’t know an address, or even exactly what you’re looking for when you search for an estimate. We tied our widget into Google Maps to make searches easier and more efficient. This gives you unprecedented access to Google’s immense database, making populating starting and ending points easy. Search for an exact address, or simply by name. Wherever you are trying to go, we’ve got you covered.
Ours vs. Competitors
If you’ve ever tried looking up Uber fare pricing information, you’ve likely come across some of our competitors. I’m not going to name any names, but do a quick search and you will see a myriad of competitors with similar widgets and functions similar to ours. But don’t be fooled, there are quite a few differences that set our estimator apart.
First, we tried to make our widget all-inclusive. This makes getting estimates, city-specific Uber pricing, and viewing popular destinations and fare quotes very simple and intuitive. While you may have to spend a bit looking around their sites for all of these different links and resources, we incorporated them all into one single widget.
Second, we make it easy to embed our widget into any page. By providing simple and easy to use HTML code, the process of embedding our estimator widget into your site takes only minutes, and anybody can do it. In addition, we are here to help through the entire process, which is something that many of our competitors cannot claim.
Third, our data is as accurate as we can possibly get. We’ve seen many other fare estimators pop up recently, but many are not simple or even accurate for that matter. Our widget ties directly into the Uber API, whereas many others just input their own data and just let the estimator sit idle. We update our widget and tools as much as possible, meaning you will have access to the latest and most current data, no matter what.
Uber Fare Estimator Widget Updates
We are proud to introduce updates to our app as we add them. We recently upgraded our widget, users are now enjoying expanded features and a better-looking and designed widget. As a part of our most recent update, we included the functionality for users to no longer have to embed a new code every time we make updates. Now the widget will be updated within the background, and site owners can set it and forget it.
Our latest round of updates include:
- Rebranded the widget for a custom logo
- Made the width responsive, set at 100% of pixel ratio
- Introduced new color scheme for entire widget
- Reworded text to be easier to understand and more user-friendly
- Added live surge pricing map to every city and quote
- Reworked Popular tab to include more accurate data
- Updated backend to make widget more reactive and responsive
- Added social sharing functions for sharing with friends
In short, this latest round of updates completely overhauled our entire widget, and we are very happy with the result. We hope that because of our updated design and functionality, users will find the widget easier to use, understand, and share. If you have any questions, or notice any bugs, feel free to get ahold of us and let us know!
Now It’s Your Turn
What are you waiting for? Go ahead and start playing around with our fare estimator tool to get fare estimates for your next ridesharing trip with the Lyft or Uber car services. If you need any assistance embedding the widget on your site, we’re more than happy to help. Shoot us an email, and we’ll walk you through the process so you can get up and running.