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.
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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.
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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