Student taxi app offering the night of a lifetime

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Champagne, dinner, VIP entry to a night of your choice, and much more – you could be the winner of an all expenses paid night out courtesy of JumpIn, the fixed fares taxi app

It’s the students-only app taking UK unis by storm. JumpIn allows scrimpers to save money with fixed fares and helps them to meet up with other students heading to the same destination.

The JumpIn app, available for free on iOS and Android, was founded by three students from the University of Leeds who saw the need for taxi sharing app after taking two separate taxis to the same bar in Leeds. The app has since evolved into a booking and sharing solution, tailored specifically for students with features such as group bookings, closed community sharing, fixed fares and nightclub partnerships.

Low on cash? JumpIn...

Low on cash? JumpIn…

As if cheaper fares weren’t enough, the folks at JumpIn are giving one lucky user the chance to win an all expenses paid Jordan Belfort-esque night.

The crazy night will include:

– £200 meal for 4 at a restaurant of choice
– 6 x Bottles of Champagne
– 4 x VIP tickets to a club of choice
– £100 taxi credit
– JumpIn stash including T-shirts, Lanyards, Stickers and Jumpers.

All you need to do to win is download the app and sign up.

You gotta feed the geese if you don't want your journey to end prematurely

You gotta feed the geese if you don’t want your journey to end prematurely

The app caused a stir in Leeds when it emerged students were using it to have no-strings-attached sex after nights out. Speaking to The Tab, JumpIn founder Sam Ryan said “We certainly didn’t think it would be used for anything like this! We’re providing a safe, cheap and sociable way for students to travel and if we do a bit of match-making a long the way, that’s just a bonus I guess.”

The money saving app, originally launched in Leeds, is now operating in Nottingham and Newcastle, and soon to pop up in Birmingham and Liverpool.

The money saving app, originally launched in Leeds, is now operating in Nottingham and Newcastle, and soon to pop up in Birmingham and Liverpool.

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