Justice League EZ-Link cards are Back

Remember the Justice League EZ-Link cards? They are here again. EZ-Link card holders whose cards expire between 1st January and 31st March 2016 can exchange them for a minimal fee. So, if you are interested, check out the Press Release and Annex A to see how you can grab them.

Press Release

EZ-Link to open up the league of power and fun to more cardholders

Holders of ez-link cards expiring before 31 March 2016 can now purchase the special Justice League ez-link cards at a subsidised rate of S$3 per card.

SINGAPORE, 23 December 2015 – EZ-Link Pte Ltd, Singapore’s largest issuer of CEPAS-compliant cards, today announced the extension of the popular ‘Travel with your Justice League Super Hero’ campaign to reward more customers for their support. The special Justice League ez-link cards will be made available to holders of Adult Anonymous ez-link cards expiring between 1 January and 31 March 2016.

Embraced by ez-link cardholders due to the endearing depiction of globally adored super hero characters, the special Justice League cards have spiced up the journey of many since its launch in July 2014.

Eligible cardholders can now visit any TransitLink Ticket Office to get the Justice League ez-link cards at a subsidised cost of S$3 per card. They will have the S$3 directly deducted from the expiring cards, with the remaining value transferred to the new cards, which are without any stored value. Cardholders will be required to top-up their expiring cards if there is insufficient card value for the transaction. If their cards have already expired, cardholders may use other valid ez-link cards to make their purchase.

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All the ten designs of the special Justice League ez-link card series will be made available across the island but on a while-stocks-last basis, including Superman, Green Lantern, Robin, Flash, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, The Joker, Catwoman and Batman.

To ascertain the expiry dates of their ez-link cards, cardholders can go to the EZ-Link website (www.ezlink.com.sg), General Ticketing Machines, Add Value Machines and My EZ-Link Mobile App which can be downloaded from Google Play Store. They can also view the expiry dates on top-up receipts at EZ-Link Top-up Machines, TransitLink Ticket Offices and Passenger Service Counters.

Customers with expiring cards who are on EZ-Reload (Auto Top-up) can also purchase the special Justice League ez-link cards and re-apply for the service with the new cards. These customers can still use their expiring card upon purchase of the special Justice League card to continue to enjoy the EZ-Reload (Auto Top-Up) service until the card’s expiry date. PAssion ez-link card holders and bank co-brand credit or debit card holders with ez-link functions are not eligible for this campaign.

To keep in touch with the latest updates on these cards, please visit www.ezlink.com.sg or follow EZ-Link’s Facebook (www.facebook.com/myezlink), Instagram (www.instagram.com/ezlinksg) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/ezlinksg) pages.

Annex A – List of channels for customers to check the expiry date of their ez-link cards

About EZ-Link Pte Ltd

EZ-Link Pte Ltd was formed on 8 January 2002. Its core business is the clearing and settlement of all ez-link card transactions generated in transit and non-transit (retail/merchant) environments, as well as the sale, distribution and overall management of ez-link cards. To date, more than 17 million new CEPAS-compliant ez-link cards have been issued. This is in tandem with the government’s plan to promote cashless payments in Singapore. In line with this vision, the new ez-link card is now also accepted as a mode of payment for Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) and at carparks fitted with the Electronic Payment System (EPS) when used in the dual-mode in-vehicle unit. In 2013, EZ-Link launched the “My EZ-Link Mobile” application, the world’s first Near Field Communication (NFC) mobile application for contactless card top-ups. In 2015, EZ-Link unveiled two new innovations in Singapore, EZ-Charms, the first non-card form factor, as well as the EZ-Link Rewards with Perx to reward commuters for using public transport with the ez-link card.

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Annex A