Spending allowances are a program rule that limits the cost of employee rides taken and meals ordered on your organization’s Uber for Business account.
You can set a spending allowance for:
When a spending allowance is enabled, employees are asked to add a second payment method to their account. If the employee tips a driver or delivery person, or exceeds a spending allowance, the tip or remaining balance is charged to their personal payment method.
On voucher programs, you can set a per-trip spending limit when creating a campaign.
If there’s no spending limit on the account, employees can tip drivers and the entire amount is covered by your organization.
If there’s a spending limit enabled, tips will be covered by the organization up to the spend amount. Once the spending allowance is exceeded, the tip or remaining balance is charged to their personal payment method.
If tipping is disabled, employees can still tip drivers using their personal payment method on file.
This feature may not be available for all organizations.