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Tired of transporting your luggage?

When you arrive in a city in the morning and need to be at a meeting right away you hate having to take your luggage to the hotel as it wastes time. When you have a late night flight back and you have to check out from the hotel you experience the same problem - storing your luggage at the hotel’s bell desk and coming back later for it.

To address this struggle, the founders of DUBZ have launched a secure and reliable same day luggage delivery service that involves collecting, storing, and dropping customers’ bags at the time and place of their convenience.

Through an easy online booking process, customers can have their luggage collected from their hotel in the morning and delivered to the airport later in the day or the other way around. Since launch, DUBZ has been garnering a lot of success and has partnered with leading tourism and service players in the market such as Big Bus Tours and UBER.

Currently Dubz is only available in Dubai.

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