Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web How to Split An Uber Share a ride and only pay for your portion Share Pin Email Print Around the Web Browsers Cloud Services Error Messages Home Networking 5G Antivirus VPN Web Development Around the Web View More By Stefanie Fogel Writer Stefanie Fogel has written about technology since 2009. Her work has appeared on Variety, Engadget, Polygon, and many other online publications. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Stefanie Fogel Updated December 16, 2019 Uber introduced fare splitting in 2013, putting an end to the age-old question, "Uh, how are we paying for this?" The feature takes the hassle out of dividing the cost of a ride between passengers. It's simple to use, too! Here's how to split an Uber ride. How to Split an Uber Ride You need the latest version of the Uber app to split your fare. Request an Uber. During your trip, swipe up from the bottom of the app and tap your selected payment method. Tap Split Fare. Enter the names or phone numbers of the riders you want to split the fare with. Each rider will get a notification asking them to accept the split. Once they accept, the fare will be equally divided among the group. If someone doesn't accept the request or they don't have a valid payment method, you'll be charged for both your portion of the fare and theirs. Uber Uber charges each participating rider with a $0.25 fee to split a fare. Your receipt will show the total amounts charged to all riders. That's it! My Uber App Isn't Working. Help! If you're running into technical issues while using the Uber app, there are few things you can try: Force quit the Uber app and restart it.Restart your phone and/or its networking settings.Uninstall and reinstall the Uber app.Log out of the app for about two minutes, then log back in.Check for any Android or iOS updates and install them, if necessary. If you're having trouble specifically with fare splitting, it's worth noting the feature might not be available for all Uber options. Also, a fare can't be split after the trip is ended. Finally, while Uber accepts various payment methods, it says Apple Pay might not work on split fares. If you use Apple Pay and want to divvy up the tab, you may need to use another payment method. You can then switch back to Apple Pay on your next trip.