We want drivers to be in control of more than their schedules, which means giving them the tools to see their hard-earned cash.
As a driver with Lyft, you’ve got a few ways to check your earnings:
The Driver Dashboard shows the total earnings you can expect to see transferred to your bank account after Lyft’s fees.
The best place to track your earnings is the 'Driving History' tab in the Driver Dashboard. The Dashboard lets you see earnings by day, week, month, or year. For financial records or other uses (e.g. loan applications), this is the best place to access and print your earnings.
Your history is divided by week. Lyft weeks start on Mondays at 5 AM and end the next Monday at 4:59 AM.
Tap a week to see more details about your rides. To see rides by day, look under the 'Daily ride history' in a week and tap a date.
If you want to look a specific ride you gave, tap that ride in the daily summary. Each ride shows you specific info such as a map with pickup and drop-off locations, your ride earnings, and your average per-ride earnings.
You'll also see earnings on the rating screen after rides.
The in-app Driver Console is the menu at the bottom of the Lyft Driver app’s home page.
To make it easier for you, we now show how much you're earning after fees.
The 'Earnings' tab tracks daily and weekly net ride payment totals. Cancel fees, tolls, tips, bonuses, and incentives are not included.
The Driver Console also provides real-time visibility of the incentives you're participating in. You can track the progress of:
Heads up: Driver Console stats aren't always finalized and don't guarantee your earnings or bonus eligibility. Always check your Driver Dashboard to view complete earnings breakdowns and bonus eligibility.