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GrabCafé opens in BGC

From bringing people to their destinations, Grab now wants to bring us coffee with the opening of its pop-up coffee store GrabCafé.

Southeast Asia’s leading on-demand transportation and mobile payments platform officially welcomed guests to the GrabCafé located at B3 High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig on March 2. It’s open until the 11th

Your coffee is on Grab as the on-demand transportation platform opens its GrabCafé pop-up at B3 High Street in Bonifacio Global City. 
“This new project is a coming together of Grab and our partners’ desire to indulge Filipinos with more rewarding experiences,” says Grab Philippines country marketing head Cindy Toh. 

Powered by GrabRewards, users can use their ride rewards points from GrabTaxi, GrabCar, and GrabShare rides to purchase a special Grab blend made from homegrown coffee brands YardStick, El Union, and AndThen. 

Grab users only need to open the app, head straight to the GrabRewards Catalogue, and use their points to redeem a special coffee treat when they visit GrabCafé pop-up. 

“Your Grab experience goes beyond booking your ride,” enthuses Toh. 

She continues, “GrabRewards is a gateway to exciting experiences and offers. Even just for a limited time, we are very happy to reward our passengers with a well-deserved fix that comes in an outpouring of flavors brought by GrabCafé.”

“But we won’t stop there as we are committed to bringing more rewarding activities this year.”

To find out more about GrabCafé, follow Grab Philippines social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 

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