How much do Uber drivers make in Oklahoma?

I just moved to Oklahoma and want a way to earn some cash while I’m looking for a new job. I like Uber’s flexibility, but I’m not sure how much money I can make—or even if it’s worth the trouble. How much will I make driving for Uber in Oklahoma?

Eric Schad · Answered on Dec 29, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Congrats on the move to the Sooner State! Uber drivers in Oklahoma earn a median annual wage of $35,400, although this amount can vary depending on where you live and when you drive.
If you live in a more populated area, you can pick up more fares. This can lead to increased earnings. In case you’re curious, here’s how much Uber drivers make in some of Oklahoma’s largest cities:
  • Oklahoma City: $34,400
  • Tulsa: $36,100
  • Norman: $34,200
  • Broken Arrow: $36,000
If you decide to moonlight in the gig economy, you can increase how much you make as an Uber driver by following a few tips:
  • Get tips by engaging in friendly banter, offering gum or water, or carrying luggage.
  • Use one of the many cash-back apps to save money on gas. You can also use a credit card that has higher cash-back percentages for gas.
  • Get the most affordable rideshare insurance.
  • Drive during peak times or surge fares, such as during sporting events or when bars start to close.
  • Bring your meals with you to limit spending.
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