GrabClub

Grab kicks-off the pilot of its GrabClub subscription plan officially today, 19 December 2018, offering a single Grab-It-All-Pass. I had earlier noticed the GrabClub subscription option within the app earlier and wrote about it last week. The MYR50 monthly pass will offer users a combination of ride and food discounts, with potential savings of up to 55 percent.

In Singapore, where Grab is also piloting the subscription model, GrabClub offers three different passes, starting from SGD7.99 (MYR24).

GrabClub is part of Grab’s “Better Everyday” commitment to improve customer experience and to bring more value to its users. It’s the first time the company is embarking on a subscription-based model for its service.

The move looks to be similar to US-based ride-hailing service Lyft, who recently introduced its subscription service in October.

For frequent riders, GrabClub makes perfect sense because it offers discounted rates for rides and food. For a monthly rate of MYR50, you will get MYR110 worth of vouchers, MYR4 off x 15 rides and 10 free deliveries on GrabFood each month.

As it is a pilot run, the Grab-It-All-Pass is limited to the first 35,000 users, so do hurry.

GrabClubTo sign up

  • Launch your Grab app and click on your Profile icon on the top left.
  • Click on “GrabClub” on the menu
  • Select the Grab-It-All-Pass “View Plan” button
  • The next page will detail the rewards you will enjoy when you purchase the plan. Click on “Get This Plan” button
  • Make payment with your GrabPay Credits.
  • Access your rewards in the My Rewards tab under GrabRewards
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The plan will be automatically renewed for consecutives cycles and deductions for renewals will be automatically made from your GrabPay Credits balance. You can cancel the plan at any time before the start of the next cycle.

Note that the subscription plan is available to selected passengers, most likely frequent riders and Platinum level GrabRewards members.

Source: GrabClub

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