Use Your Bank Card with NETS FlashPay Function to Travel
Want to travel but don’t want to hold too many cards? Do you know that your bank card can now also be your transit card if it has a NETS FlashPay? Not only can you use it to buy food and shop, it can also be used to travel on the MRT, LRT, bus and taxi! You didn’t even know right?
TOP UP IS EASY!
Top-up is easily done at local bank ATMs (DBS/POSB, OCBC & UOB) AVM+ Machines and NETS self-service top-up machines. You can use NETS to top up, just like a MRT card.
Local bank ATM (DBS/POSB, OCBC & UOB) & NETS self-service top-up machine
Or Add Value Machine(AVM+)
So the convenience is, you don’t have to carry so many cards in your card holder. All you have to do is to bring your bank card out and it can fulfill all your needs from commuting to eating to shopping!
Regardless which 3 top-up modes you use, you can do the top-up easily. This is great news for us as it means I can hop around so many stations as possible to eat many good dishes!
For more than 25 years, Singapore has used NETS as a fast, easy and secure way to pay and be paid. Today, it is the most widely used e-payment option in Singapore with 1 in every 3 people using NETS every day.
How do you know if your bank card can be used to commute? Just make sure your bank card has the NETS FlashPay logo at the back!
If you are using a bank card with NETS FlashPay to travel on the MRT, LRT, bus or taxi, you get a 10% rebate! For every $10 top-up (up to $30 a month) on your bank card with NETS FlashPay , you will enjoy 10% rebate.
Here are 3 simple steps to enjoy NETS FlashPay 10% rebate:
Step 1 : Check that your bank card has a NETS FlashPay logo at the back. Then top up your card. NETS FlashPay works just like our regular MRT cards, so top-ups can be easily done via 3 ways:
• Local bank ATMs (DBS/POSB, OCBC & UOB)
• NETS self-service top-up machines
• Add Value Machine Plus(AVM+)
Step 2 : Use your bank card with NETS FlashPay just like a MRT card.
Step 3 : Redeem your rebates at any Add Value Machine Plus (AVM+) located at MRT stations, bus interchanges or selected bus stops.