Here's how to take advantage of Lyft's $20 ride credits during Final Four weekend in Minneapolis

It's only good in the downtown Minneapolis area.
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If you're trying to get around in Minneapolis this weekend, you can take advantage of Lyft's free rides promotion. 

Lyft, the transportation company whose IPO started trading on the public market this week, has partnered with Captain Morgan to pledge $20,000 worth of free rides during this weekend's Final Four festivities. 

You have to be at least 21 years old to claim the offer and all you have to do to take advantage of the deal is enter the code "CAPTAINGAMEDAY" and you'll get a $20 credit for a ride in "the downtown Minneapolis area," the companies said in a joint release

The offer is only good between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. each day Friday through Sunday, and the offer is only good until the $20,000 worth of credits is gone. 

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In other words, it's good for 1,000 rides because math has taught us that 20,000 divided by 20 is 1,000. 

You can check out all of the Final Four events, many of which are free to attend, right here

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