Uber drivers might be protesting low wages instead of shuttling passengers on Super Bowl Sunday.  A social media campaign is underway to get the drivers in Santa Clara to take Sunday off, saying "this is the biggest stage we will ever get." 

But the "Mercury News" says it's not clear how many of the estimated 40,000 Uber drivers in the Bay Area will strike and many might be too tempted to make extra money on surge pricing before and after the game.  The online flier claims Uber drivers usually make less than minimum wage and lose money on most rides.  

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