Kabbee TreatsIf you use Kabbee all the time, you’ll rack up some great benefits and freebies as part of their loyalty programme. Called Kabbee Treats, this loyalty scheme allows you to earn one mile for each £1 you spend on ordinary journeys and two miles for every £1 spent on premium car journeys. When you’ve saved up enough miles, you can spend them on car upgrades, Kabbee credit and all kinds of goodies from partner companies, including Naked Wines, LateRooms.com and Hubbub.
Extra money saving tips
Refer a friendEarn yourself some free credit by referring friends and family to Kabbee. For every person you refer to the site who books a cab, you’ll earn yourself £10 in loyalty miles. But that’s not all – the person you refer will also earn themselves £10 in loyalty miles, too. To refer a friend, scroll down the homepage of the website until you see the ‘Earn free Kabbee credit’ section, click on the ‘Login to invite your friends’ button and follow the instructions there.
Follow Kabbee onlineKabbee regularly posts competitions, discount codes and special offers on their social media channels, so make sure you’re kept in the loop by liking their page on Facebook or following them on Twitter. When you’re connected online, you can expect to see posts around every other day promoting everything from giveaways you can enter to win free Kabbee credit to discount codes you can use in London restaurants.
Read the blogNot big on social media? You can still keep up with some of the competitions and offers by reading the Kabbee blog. This blog is updated around three times each month with things similar that you’d see on their social media channels, such as selfie competitions you can enter to win free Kabbee credit, double mile offers and giveaways to win all kinds of prizes donated by partner companies, in addition to loads of travel tips and advice. You can choose to bookmark the blog URL and check back when you like or save the RSS feed into your favourite feed reader.
Extra chargesIn order to save money with Kabbee, you’ll need to make sure you don’t do any of the following:
- Make the cabbie wait – you’ll be charged for the time the taxi driver has to hang around after the agreed meeting time
- Change the final destination on route – you’ll be charged the extra mileage if you have to go further than agreed