Promo Code for 50 Baht Discount on GrabTaxi rides from 19-27 April 2014
GrabTaxi, is celebrating Earth Day this year by inviting people to use taxis instead of private cars in order to save on fuel & energy. If you use GrabTaxi you will not only help save the Earth, but you will also save yourself 50 Baht on the taxi fare. To enjoy this promotion, all taxi bookings must be made through the GrabTaxi app and the pick-up and drop-off locations must be within greater Bangkok only. This promotion runs from 19th-27th April 2014.
HOW TO USE #savetheearth PROMO:
Step 1: Download the GrabTaxi app from Apple App Store, Google Play Store, Windows Phone Store or BlackBerry World and activate your account (if you don’t receive your activation code, call customer service: 08-0551-4873 or 09-2403-4354).
Step 2: Book a taxi via the GrabTaxi app
2.1 Select your drop-off location and press NEXT
2.2 Key-in: #savetheearth into the PROMO CODE field before pressing “Book Now” to complete your booking.
Step 3: You should receive a SMS and/or email (after successfully being allocated a taxi by the system).
Step 4: Show the promo confirmation SMS and/or mail to the driver and get 50 Baht discount off your taxi ride.
Let me know in the comments if you have used GrabiTaxi and what your experience was like.
4 thoughts on “Promo Code for 50 Baht Discount on GrabTaxi rides from 19-27 April 2014”
Too hot to walk, public transport is jam packed. Consequence is to take a taxi.
Its fine to take a taxi, or drive or whatever people need to do to get where they need to go, but what does the promotion have to do with Earth Day?
How is taking a taxi saving fuel or reducing emissions? Fine to promote taxi business but what does it have to do with Earth Day? Take public transport. Then walk.
My experience is very mixed. Drivers never read instructions like to go to residence and not to hotel. Or they simply go to Conrad Hotel which is also hotel & residence but not on Ruamrudee. Unless I have a Thai speaker at hand it is impossible to communicate with drivers = lack of language on either side. Or no taxi can be found but one shows up anyway while I have flagged one down. Or the app tells me “5 mins* when the driver is stuck in traffic at Asoke and I wait at Ploenchit. 20 mins later he is still at Nana. 20 other taxis drove by :(.
Unless Grabtaxi preset locations become more detailed, I will keep to the old ways – flag a passing one down.