-No limits at Christmas as Mercury freeze festive fares!

27th November 2013

Mercury Taxis are now taking bookings for the forthcoming Christmas and New Year period and are pleased to announce that they will be freezing their festive charges at last year's levels: normal fares plus £2 extra throughout the holiday period.

This charge applies to all journeys, no matter where customers are travelling over the festive period, including all journeys out of the city no limits. Mercury Taxis General Manager Dermot Griffiths, pictured on the left with one of our happy customers, explained: -We have frozen our charges again this year because we recognize times are still tough for our clients and we want them to enjoy safe festive revelling. As last Christmas, the only limit on our customers during the festive season this year is the drink drive limit because you can catch a Mercury Taxi anywhere for the normal fare plus £2 no limits. The £2 extra charge starts from 6pm on December 24th and runs until 6am on December 27th, then re-commences on December 31st at 6pm and runs until January 2nd at 6am. There are no hidden extra charges or conditions with this offer and it also includes all airport and distance work. Mercury taxis can be contacted on www.mercurytaxis.com 0114 266 2662

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