Growing up, I was constantly late for dinners, appointments, school and life.
Distance is never an issue for me – I used to live 5 bus stops away from school and yet, I had trouble waking up in time for my lectures in the morning. They say the nearer you live to a place, the later you’ll reach.
They are not wrong.
Which is why I used to rely heavily on taxis. But they’re expensive, so when ride-hailing services like Uber and Grab appeared in Singapore, they practically saved my life.
And when Uber announced their exit from the local market back in 2018, my heart shattered into a million pieces.
Following their departure, a few other ride-hailing companies entered into Singapore.
One of which is Go-Jek, an Indonesian ride-hailing company that did really well in their home country.
And now, they’re looking to woo the hearts (and wallets) of Singaporeans.
So…the question of the day:
Have you used Go-Jek before in your life? Because if you haven’t, you get to enjoy a $13 discount.
Yeah, not $5 but $13.
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New users of Go-Jek entitled to S$13 discount
New users of Go-Jek can enjoy a total of S$13 off their first 3 rides from 1 April 2019 to 30 April 2019.
But there’s a catch: you got to be a DBS or POSB cardholder to qualify for the promotion.
Then again, who isn’t?
How To Redeem:
Simply enter the promo code “DBSGO” under My Vouchers before booking your first ride and you’re all set!
And no, it’s not $13 off one shot. It’s split into three different rides.
Here’s a breakdown of the discount:
- First 2 rides – S$5 off
- Third ride – S$3 off
Still good enough.
Terms & Conditions Apply
- Offer is only valid from 1 April to 30 April 2019
- Offer only applies to new users of Go-Jek
- Promo code “DBSGO” must be entered before booking the first ride
- Terms & Conditions may be revised by the Management without prior notice
- General Promotion Terms & Conditions by DBS apply as well
How to use Go-Jek
If you’re a new to the Jakarta-based ride-hailing operator, they’ve provided a step-by-step guide on their website to get you started:
Speaking from personal experience, Go-Jek drivers are generally friendly.
So as long as you don’t pull a Jovina Choi, you’re pretty safe.
And remember to share this awesome news with your friends, and if you don’t have a DBS or POSB card? Look for someone who does.
Or just get one lah.
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