Get Up to 10% Off When You Book a Ride to a Vaccination Site
Promo is available to Grab passengers in Cebu.
(SPOT.ph) Going to a vaccination site can be a hassle, especially if you've stayed home as much as you can in the past year and never had to deal with traffic for a while. But commuting is just a minor inconvenience if you think about all the benefits of finally getting vaccinated against COVID-19. In an effort to encourage Cebu residents and workers to get jabbed, Grab Philippines is offering passengers a 10% discount for all four rides to and from vaccination centers within the province. All you have to do is use the promo code VACCTONORMAL, which is valid until July 30.
Cebu COVID vaccine centers included in the promo are:
- Robinson’s Galleria
- UC Alcantara
- UC Senior High (Banilad)
- PBB-IEC Vaccination Megacenter
- Cebu Doctor’s University Hospital
- Visayas Community Medical Center
- Mandaue Sports Complex
- University Of Cebu – Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue
- Pacific Mall – Mandaue
- Chong Hua Hospital – Mandaue
- UC Medical Center
- Gun-ob Elementary School
- Agus Covered Court
- ARC Hospital
- Mactan Doctor’s Hospital
- SM Seaside
The promo is valid for GrabCar two-seaters with a maximum limit of four redemptions per Grab user. Discount is capped at P30 for a maximum fare of P255.
"Cebu’s vaccination efforts are key to the gradual reopening of its economy. Through our mobility initiative dedicated to Cebu, we help ensure the safety and welfare of Cebuanos during these challenging times while working closely with the local government in spurring their COVID vaccination efforts. This initiative is an expression of our broader commitment to the socioeconomic recovery and development of Cebu, and we will continue to leverage our platform and technology to support Cebuanos in getting inoculated, and they continue to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their communities in the many days to come," Grab Philippines Country Head Grace Vera Cruz said in a statement.
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