Free Curry Puffs & Donuts On Your Daily Commutes

So maybe you’re spending hours everyday travelling on the train and bus — contemplating the meaning of life with each mundane ‘tap in’ and ‘tap out’.

But what if we told you that each tap gets you closer to a “reward”?

We’re not talking about free water bottles or unsightly drawstring bags — we’re talking about useful, sometimes edible rewards like Old Chang Kee curry puffs, Dunkin’ Donuts‘ donuts or movie ticket discounts.

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This isn’t a sponsored post. We just think you deserve donuts & curry puffs every month, especially when a train breakdown occurs.

Selecting your prize

It works like this. For every 10 cents you spend with your EZ-Link card, you’ll receive 1 point. You accumulate the points and use them to redeem anything from food to shopping vouchers.

Time for the good stuff — the rewards. You can choose from a variety of foods, accessories, and discount vouchers.

Food & Beverages:

  • 25% off Gin Khao bill — 50 points
  • Old Chang Kee curry puff — 800 points
  • Dunkin’ Donut donut — 950 points
  • Burger King fried chicken drumlet — 1450 points

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Retail:

  • 25% off FWD car insurance — 25 points
  • $3 off Golden Village movie tickets — 500 points
  • 15% off RedMart bill — 500 points
  • 15% off ZALORA orders — 2500 points

You can also choose to save up your points for more expensive items like an Tokidoki EZ-Charm. The adorable charm retails at $29.90 at Popular Bookstores, so it’s not surprising that it costs an exorbitant 15,000 points.

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In case you’re not familiar with EZ-Charms, they are like little key chains that work just like an EZ-Link card. We’re crossing our fingers that the Snorlax EZ-Link charm to be released on 10 Dec will be available too!

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Finally, for Circles.Life subscribers, every 10 public transport rides paid for using your EZ-Link will add 50 MB of data to your current month’s limit.

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Rewards start with an app

The good news is, spending isn’t limited to public transport fares — you can use your EZ-Link card for many other kinds of purchases and points will also be rewarded.

Here are some notable places you may consider paying with your EZ-Link card:

  • McDonald’s
  • KOI Cafe
  • Jollibean
  • Yogurt Stop
  • 7-Eleven
  • QB House
  • Mini-marts (various)
  • Health & dental clinics (various)

There are hundreds of other EZ-Link-friendly outlets here. You can even use it to rent a Mazda with Smove.

If all that sounds good to you, just download the EZ-Link mobile application, link your card to it and start redeeming.

Making your life easier

Accumulating points isn’t hard at all.

Let’s say you spend $5 on transport a day. That’s $150 dollars a month, which clocks you about 1,500 points.

So every time you’re stuck in the train, at least you can take comfort in the fact that you’re a step closer to free curry puff.

Featured image from CapitaLand & Dunkin’ Donuts