GrabCar RM1 promo

Sounds too good to be true? Well, it’s too good. But it’s true. If you haven’t heard, GrabCar is throwing an insane offer – from 7-13 April 2016, offering you rides from as low as MYR1.

There is no catch. Here’s how it works. Fire up the GrabCar app and book your ride. If it’s within 5km, you’ll pay only MYR1. Your app will show an estimated fixed fare of MYR7. Don’t worry about this, you only pay MYR1.

If your ride’s driving distance is more than 5km, MYR6 will be discounted from your estimated fixed fare.

GrabCar RM1 promo

You can book as many rides as you wish. This offer however applies to credit/debit card bookings only.

Leave your car at home and start taking advantage of this awesome offer. No need to drive and get stuck in traffic, no tolls and no parking fees. How awesome is that?

The Grab app is available on Android and iOS.

Grab a ride this week!


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