Question: How Do I Withdraw Money From My EZLink Card?

EZ-Link can be used for all public transportation fares like public buses, MRT, and SBST & SMRT LRT trains.

But it has been extended to also be used at: SMRT and TransCab taxis.

Restaurants and cafes like Koufu, Gong Cha, Cafe Galiee and KFC³.

Your EZ-Link card is valid for use for 5 years from the date of issue. From 1 Nov 2016, a Refund Service Charge of $1 will be charged per month for EZ-Link cards that have expired for 2 years or more. It will be deducted from the remaining stored value (if any), until the card is refunded or fully depleted.

There are several ways you can check the expiry date of your EZ-Link cards:Visit our Customer Portal and enter your 16 digit CAN number found on the back of your card.Via EZ-Link app. … At Add Value Machines and General Ticketing Machines. … From your card top-up receipts (refer to table below)

Once you put your fancy NFC SIM card in your phone, you can tap your phone and use it as an EZ-Link card. Unfortunately for iPhone users, this whole NFC thing is only for Android phones.

Is it more expensive to use bank card for MRT?

Any of the SimplyGo-enabled cards can be directly tapped at the MRT/bus gantries or added to mobile wallets and used. No; there are no additional fees for using locally-issued credit cards. However, if you do use a foreign-issued (non-Singapore) card there will be a fee of 50 cents per transaction.

Top up Credit/Debit Cards (with Ez-Link Function)Insert your ATM/Debit/Credit Card.Key in your 6-Digit Card PIN.Select More Services followed by NETS FlashPay/Cashcard/Ez-link/Concession Card.Select Ez-link card followed by Continue.Select Top-up and select the Account you wish to use.More items…

Can I use my bank card on the bus?

You can now use a credit or debit card to pay for your ticket on buses using contactless. … Instead of paying with cash, you can pay contactless by placing your card or device on the yellow contactless reader.

How do I withdraw money from my FlashPay?

How do I obtain a refund of my stored value on my Auto Top-Up enabled NETS FlashPay Card? +You may then perform a refund of the remaining stored value in the card at any local bank ATM after 10 working days. … You can obtain an immediate cash refund at TransitLink Ticket Office.

Getting a personal EZ-Link card?Where to get your card Sales Price Stored value Card costTransitLink Ticket Offices and Concession Card Replacement Offices located at MRT stations and bus interchanges$12 $7 $5Convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, Buzz and Cheers outletsPrice varies3 more rows

Commuters who wish to use SimplyGo with their Mastercard contactless bank card have to first make a switch in the card’s payment mode by visiting a General Ticketing Machine at any MRT or LRT stations. Commuters still have to perform top-ups before taking the train or bus if they haven’t made the switch.

Can I tap my bank card on the bus?

If you have an American Express, Mastercard or Visa credit or debit card or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and tapping off at Opal readers. Just look for the contactless payment symbol . Contactless payments are available on all public transport in the Opal network.

Simply exchange your EZ-Link card that is expiring/expired before 31 December 2020. … You can also perform a deferred refund of your EZ-Link that has expired at TransitLink Ticket Offices.

You can use your contactless bank cards or Mastercard and Visa cards added to the mobile wallet immediately* for fare payments.

Yes. You can remove your bank card from your EZ-Link account by going into the respective bank card information page. However, please note that the removal of a bank card will not affect any of the EZ-Link products or services, i.e. EZ-Reload, that you have signed up with your bank card.

To use the service, commuters simply tap the fare gantries or card readers with their Mastercard or mobile phone, which must already have Apple Pay, Fitbit Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay installed.