You better be going?

So is it still “you’d better be going” or does the ‘d’ usually get dropped and is no longer used?[YSaerTTEW443543]

TOEFL listening discussions: What problem does the student have?[YSaerTTEW443543]

I use it.

Personally, I always say “you better get going”. I don’t know if this is an American thing or just bad grammar on my part.

To me, “you better…” feels like a casual form that is used but is not really correct grammar. Actually, in speech it can be quite hard to tell if “you better” or “you’d better” has been said, and I think sometimes even the speaker may not be clear which it was.

I use it too