GrabTaxi Promo Code for International Women’s Day
GrabTaxi is celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8th by offering discounts on GrabTaxi rides to women in Bangkok for a week. Female passengers, who book a ride via the GrabTaxi app on their smartphones, will get a 100 Baht discount off their taxi fare. This special promotion runs from March 8th -16th 2014. Female passengers just need to key in “#1Lady” into the “notes to driver” field in the app. Once they get into the taxi, they must show the promotion code confirmation to the taxi driver to receive a 100 Baht discount off their ride.
“Our GrabTaxi app has features that help passengers, especially women, feel very safe when booking a taxi at any time of the day or night,” said Juthasree Kuvinichkul, Director and Founder of GrabTaxi (Thailand). “Passengers can be assured that all GrabTaxi drivers use the meter and that they have been carefully prescreened and trained. The app also has a sharing feature that allows passengers to share information about their taxi ride to family and friends. Details of the driver’s name, photo, phone number and license plate number are sent to the passenger once a taxi is booked. ”
GrabTaxi also has an advance booking feature where passengers can book a taxi up to 2 hours in advance and no more than 7 days in advance. The app is a free download and is available in both Thai and English for Android, iOS, Windows, and BlackBerry Q10 and Z10 smartphones.
For further details visit https://www.facebook.com/GrabTaxiTH
Source: Press Release
2 thoughts on “GrabTaxi Promo Code for International Women’s Day”
> can book up to 2 hours in advance and no more than 7 days in advance.
What exactly does that mean in English? Is the limit up to 2 hours or up to 7 days in advance?
It means you can book at least 2 hours in advance or up to a maximum of 7 days before your designated pick-up time.
For example: If you need to be picked up at 5pm today, you must book before 3pm today. The earliest you can book is exactly 7 days before 5pm today. Hope this clarifies:)