Have you gotten Lucky yet?
Lucky To Go vehicles have been roaming the streets of the Central Okanagan for the past month, and now it is expanding its coverage area—just in time for the long weekend. Lucky To Go is the same as Uber and Lyft, but Uber and Lyft are not operating in the Okanagan. Lucky To Go, however, is.
In fact, it is the first ride-share company that launched in the Okanagan, and it is now delivering passengers in Lake Country, West Kelowna, Penticton, Peachland and Vernon. To celebrate its expansion, Lucky To Go is offering a long weekend discount code (AUG-LONG) throughout the region. The discount makes an already affordable mode of transportation even easier on the pocketbook, and it was already cheaper than a taxi. If that’s not enough, Lucky To Go customers will also earn a $5 discount if they refer Lucky To Go to friends and family.
Lucky To Go has also been authorized as an official transportation provider at Kelowna International Airport, putting another feather in the company’s cap as the Okanagan’s ride-share leader.
Lucky To Go offers simplicity when it comes to completing a transportation transaction. All you have to do is download the company’s app and add your credit card details. Enter the trip to want to take using your phone’s location services, see what the journey is going to cost you and request a car. You will be able to track the vehicle as it makes its way to your location.
The trip takes place, you get out of the vehicle when you arrive at your destination, and the cost is automatically applied to your credit card. The only optional steps are providing a tip, rating the driver or offering your opinion on the state of the vehicle itself.
You will soon be able to use Lucky To Go to get your favourite food or other products delivered to your home, too. The company will launch its on-demand delivery service in Kelowna on Sept. 1, giving its drivers a second avenue to earn money.
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