Grabr shoppers and travelers!
Here’s what they had to say
I am seven and a half moths of pregnant and cannot wait to have my baby boy in my arms. I discovered Grabr through social media and I thought it was a great Idea, so I decided to try it. Everything worked out, so I will continue ordering items for my baby. My first order was a Kiddy Care Diaper Bag Backpack Multi Function, and I am so happy that I paid half of what it sells for on MercadoLibre.
Do you know how a child looks when she get candy before lunch? That’s me today with my new YSL purse. I got it from Grabr app and I was really surprised how cheaper It was! Even better is the plataform purpose of connecting people that wants a product from abroad to those that are traveling to their destination.
It was a real trouble finding Arizona Beverages in Russia. We have this drink in Russia, but in other flavors. Amazon only sells packages of 30 cans. It would be more money saving to go to the US, have an Arizona drink somewhere on Manhattan than bring 30kg to Moscow. I found the item I needed in Kazahstan, but in a local shop that does not ship to Moscow. Than Grabr came in handy. I got a whole package of Watermelon Arizona cans delivered to me.
I absolutely love traveling. South America was definitely on the top of my list. A friend told me about Grabr and when I heard that I could make money traveling to South America, I jumped on the opportunity. A new continent, a new city, meeting new people — I didn’t think twice about learning more about Grabr. One of the most surprising items I delivered was Maple Syrup for a Canadian expat living in Buenos Aires — he was so joyful and humorous and it made it a really memorable delivery.
I delivered all my grabs within two hours. I chose the lobby of my hotel because it was in a central part of the city and the most convenient place for me. I lived in Asia for more than 12 years, so I know just how impossible it is to get what I’d consider “everyday” items. Certain companies simply don’t deliver to Asia no matter what, and Grabr is a great workaround.
As a full-time travel blogger, I’m always looking for ways to save money or better yet, earn money. My traveler rewards were automatically routed into my bank account for a nice total of $500. The money I made by using Grabr covered the cost of my hotel room for three nights, transportation to and from the airport, Tango classes, and a couple of delicious meals with Malbec wine in Buenos Aires. Read more
A couple of other travel bloggers recommended Grabr to me so I figured I’d give it a try. I’ve traveled several times using Grabr and each time it’s been easy and quick. The shoppers could not wait to take their items home and get them all set up. Lots of friendly conversations, even though there’s a bit of a language barrier. I decided to tell my friends about Grabr because they always have space in their carry-ons to throw in a product of two for shoppers. Money aside, it’s been a great way to meet locals wherever I go.
Grabr has opened the possibilities to travel places I wished to travel but to make friends in other countries. Every time I travel for Grabr, I look forward on new adventures and visiting my friends I made with Grabr on Grab at a time.I was able to meet most of my shoppers on my first day in town. Every single person was different—some where from India, China, and even a few from Americans living there. Everyone greeted me with a huge smile when they received their items. Some even hugged me and one of them gave me a ride on his scooter to a temple I wanted to visit.
Moscow has been on my bucket list forever, and I had an incredible trip overall! I made $913 (no joke!) and finally got to see the Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral in front of my own two eyes!
I’m about to go on my 11th trip with Grabr — Buenos Aires this week and Brazil later this month!
As a solo traveler, it’s always great when I have another opportunity to meet and chat with locals. I can’t wait to meet my shoppers in Brazil, and hopefully they’ll have the lowdown on the best street parties during Carnival. Because let’s face it, using Grabr is what will get me there for free, so a celebration is clearly in order!
I used Grabr to travel to Buenos Aires. Unlike here in the States, people in Argentina can’t order on Amazon. Everything is more expensive, harder to get and essentially impossible to send packages. Grabr allows people like me to travel while also bringing some things back for people who really need them — like certain vitamins and legos — really simple things. It’s been a great way to meet people and make money overytime I travel.
Each time I go to Buenos Aires using Grabr, I explore a different part of the city and fall even more in love with the culture and beauty of the country. None of this would be possible without Grabr and it’s amazing to see this company expand so quickly! There are so many people asking for products from so many different countries and the opportunities are endless. Can’t wait to see what 2018 has in store for me and see where I end up this year! ❤️🌎
Why do I love travel? Well, it’s been a constant presence in my life for the last 15 years and it has opened so many doors for me. It’s turned me into a storyteller, opened my eyes to the beauty that exists in this world, and taught me about how other people live.Travel has compelled me to live fiercely and fearlessly, be open and inquisitive, and exercise more tolerance, empathy, and humanity. Because of travel, I now speak four languages, readily eat foods I can’t pronounce (nor identify by sight!) and navigate foreign cultures with ease. Travel has schooled me in ways the classroom never will, filled me with light and wonder, and shown me that magic exists on earth. So needless to say, it’s played a huge role in the person I am today-- its immensely positive impact is why I share my adventures with you all! I want travel to have the same impact on your lives! Grabr is a new, global travel community that is breaking borders in travel by allowing ANYONE to travel and make $$ on-the-go, by delivering items to shoppers en route!
Grabr was a wonderful way to finally check off Buenos Aires off my bucket list. I went when it was winter in NY and summer in BA. I got to easily pick up and drop off items, then do some sightseeing: the rose garden, the beach and of course, seeing with my eyes with tapas and steak! It’s a great solo city.
These harem yoga pants from the Ubud Market in Bali are one of my all-time favorite travel essentials, and this time I’m making a little extra cash on my trip with Grabr by delivering a bunch back home!
Aubrie Lynne Bell
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it. I had so much fun exploring Barranco in Lima with all of the street art, colorful buildings and friendly locals. In fact, I met the sweetest old man who helped take this snap of me and we just sat on a park bench and talked for awhile. He was learning English and he even had his English book with him. He taught me some Spanish and I taught him some English. I love the unplanned moments of travel!
Most people hear Argentina 💃 and only think of Buenos Aires but the country is REALLY big. This week I delivered items to Grabr shoppers and earned a cool $825. SO, I booked a flight to Tucumán in the north and spent a few days visiting my in-laws. The rest of my earnings is going into my travel fund (yes, I have one!) The moral of the story? Don’t let an expensive flight keep you from exploring the world. There’s always a way to make it happen. :)
Grabr’s mission is to bring the world to your fingertips by creating a community of shoppers and travelers, where travel becomes more affordable and adventurous through the most reliable, original, and human delivery service in the world. Think, Lyft/Uber, but for products on an international level. I mean…how freakin’ amazing is that?!
Grabr is sort of similar to Uber — but for international consumer goods! Grabr’s connected community of Travelers and Shoppers around the world is designed to give anyone the access to goods from anywhere abroad. The platform gives Shoppers the chance to obtain consumer goods that are generally inconvenient or difficult to find online, goods that have high price differentiators between geographic markets, or located in unique, specified locations.
The best part about my Argentina trip was that I made $2,000 by bringing items from USA to locals in Buenos Aires through through Grabr. 💃Next time you have free space in your luggage you can monetize it! You’ll get to feel like Santa Clause and make someone really happy!
I first heard of Grabr through another friend who found a way to travel often and even make some cash. I first used Grabr to travel to Argentina and later, Rio. I traveled alone and also with a couple of friends. Through Grabr, I was able to meet locals organically. During my deliveries, it was a rewarding opportunity once the items they were so excited to get.
Christina Leigh Morgan
I have used Grabr traveling between São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Mexico City and even Brooklyn, Seattle and San Francisco. At this point I’ve earned thousands of dollars, but the best part is always meeting and connecting with locals. The extra suitcase is always worth it for the extra smiles, and feeling at home as soon as I arrive.
Grabr is a new, global travel community that is breaking orders in travel by allowing ANYONE to travel more and make money on-the-go, by delivering items to shoppers en route!
When I was a kid, I explored the rooftops in the neighborhood. Now that I’ve grown up, I found my soulmate and we explore the rooftops of the cities that we visit, we enjoy sunsets and drink wine. With Grabr, you can go out and explore more of the world.
I’ve been quite a bit traveler for the past four years. I’m still a student so Grabr was interesting to me because I could make money to travel on the weekends. It’s also really useful, even as a shopper, because you can get items for a lot cheaper than locally. Certain items, like makeup for example, are cheaper to order through Grabr than in my home country, Russia. It’s definitely been a great way to make money, especially when I’m traveling from the United States back to Russia.
During my trip, I met up with dozens of locals to deliver items they couldn’t otherwise get from abroad. I got to help people, enjoy tango dancing lessons, espresso runs and sightseeing around the country. After weeks of communication with my shoppers, it was awesome to see them. The highlight of my trip was meeting locals. Their warmth, excitement and eagerness to welcome me to their country has allowed me to enjoy so much more than just the traditional tourism experience. Grabr is a safe and unique way to make money while you travel, helping you save up for your next trip or that second empanada.
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