Virgin Flying Club launched a new partnership with chauffeur firm myDriver in April. I didn’t mention it then but a reader recently gave me a nudge and – because of the decent earning rate – I thought I would cover it today.
myDriver is a pan-European chauffeur service owned by German car rental group Sixt. It specialises in airport transfers, although they are happy to take all jobs, and operates in almost 100 cities across Europe.
In the UK, you will find them in Birmingham, Brighton, Chester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Oxford as well as London.
All trips are in executive cars. Prices are fixed at the time of booking – which must be in advance – with cancellations accepted up to 1 hour before pick up.
You will earn 3 Virgin Flying Club miles for ever €1 you spend, converted from your £ bill for UK rides.
Pricing seems reasonable. The reader who contacted me paid £60 from Heathrow to Greenwich. A random quote from South Kensington to Heathrow, one way, gave prices from £50 (BMW 2-series) to £97 (Mercedes-Benz S-Class) which is comparable with Uber.
Full details can be found on the Virgin Flying Club / myDriver page here.
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