Taxify celebrates 100 days in Australia with 15% off rides

Posted: 17 April 2018 11:42 am

Riders in Sydney and Melbourne get to save even more on rides.

Taxify has been looking back at its last 100 days since setting up shop in Sydney followed by its big launch in Melbourne and the relatively new service has a treat for Aussies to celebrate.

To commemorate its success so far, Taxify is offering riders across Sydney and Melbourne 15% off.

That's a top-notch deal if you've already driven with the new rideshare service. If you haven't, you can couple it with your first ride credit of $10 to save even more.

The ride-sharing company has seen strong demand for its services since starting in Australia, with over 350,000 riders signed onto the platform and hundreds of thousands of users downloading the app.

The Uber rival first entered Australia in late 2017 with 4,000 drivers registered in Sydney and then expanded to Melbourne with over 10,000 drivers. 15,000 Aussies took trips on that launch weekend alone, making it the most successful launch in Taxify’s five-year history.

Along with Australia, the company currently operates in 25 countries worldwide and attributes its success to its driver-friendly platform. By taking only 15% commission from its drivers while also offering added benefits like loyalty awards, Taxify aims to offer lower prices for riders and higher take-home pay for its drivers.

To take advantage of the 15% discount head to Taxify to organise your next ride. This discount is available for a limited-time only so catch it while you can.

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