Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 28 Jan 2014
Total posts 21
Has anyone used REDY2GO for airport transfers in Sydney? Are they reliable?
Member since 17 Aug 2012
Total posts 1,285
Never heard of them. What sort of pick up or set down location are you thinking of? I'm wondering if Uber, the AirportLink train or STA 400 bus might suit you better.
Used by Rydges and Wotif apparently. Offer shared and private mini bus and car transfers.
Needing return transfers from Sydney Domestic to Parkroyal Darling Harbour in Dec.
Unless you have three or more people, I'd honestly just take the train from Domestic to Town Hall and walk the one block to the Parkroyal.
The trains run as early as 5:00am and later than curfew, and for up to about two people should be cheaper than a taxi or private transfer. It's just shy of $17 one-way.
I notice REDY2GO has a quote engine. Since they appear legitimate enough as Rydges uses them, you could put in the details of your trip, and see if their fares are worthwhile.
Thai Airways International - Royal Orchid Plus
Member since 15 Jan 2013
Total posts 80
Not a bad deal.I would like to ask Do they serve the Overseas Passenger Terminal if one is sailing on a Cruise out of Sydney.The reason is I am not too happy about paying Royal Caribbean ridiculous figures for one of their transfers if there is a cheaper alternative.
Member since 13 Nov 2014
Total posts 1
They do serve the OverSeas Passenger Terminal, they even go out to White Bay Terminal in Sydney. I think they charge $22.00 from the Airport for all Shipping Terminals in Sydney. Not bad!!!
I travelled with them back in September and I was so impressed I've continued to use them since.
They have these new Fiat Buses with so much room AND they offer Free WiFi so you can surf the web or check your email. The best part is their drivers who are so helpful. I've got a few favourite drivers now, there's David and Eran and Malcolm, very funny and thoughtful bunch of guys. I've started to use them regularly because I travel to and from Albury and I discovered they have their own exclusive pick up zone at the domestic airport with buses departing every 15minutes, so instead of waiting on a CAB like I used to and ending up somewhere I didnt want to, I jump on their bus and in 15 minutes I'm out of the Airport. They do make other stops to drop off other passengers, but I believe their policy is no more than 3 stops per trip. For the price it's cheaper than a cab and for $5 more than the train they drop you at your door.
Must say, I'm a fan.!
Member since 30 Nov 2015
We had really bad experience with REDY2GO Sydney Shuttle. They are public lier, the brochure mentioned there will be free wifi, it turns out not, if they said some vehicle the wifi is not functioning properly, they are lie! if they have strong commitment to the public, they will not use inappropriate vehicle that not functioning as the brochure stated.
Another bad service : I was waiting for the shuttle for 2 hours, and I could not make any appointment nearly that time (Friday 20 November 2015 around 3pm). Therefore, I catch another shuttle bus with promised by the front line staff in the Airport domestic arrival, (the counter is between carrousel 2 &3 in T2) that my money will be refunded after I emailed the sales department, unfortunately up to now, they are being unproffesional, my money never come back and no replied for the email. I called the hotline number, and they served me like a sh*t, they should appologize to their customers not intimidate the customers. Here, I'm being honest, surely you can catch another shuttle bus that is cheaper and friendly staffs. I hope they can read this and give my money back or at least give another compensation for my losses.
Member since 21 Nov 2017
Do not use Ready2go! Booked aand prepaid transfer from cruise terminal for 10am. 10:05 they said the bus will comeat leat 30 min earliest. Did not want to return money.
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