If you have not heard of Travel Smart Rewards and Perx, time to get on board!
TRAVEL SMART REWARDS
Sign up today, register your 16-digit CAN number on the back of your EZ-link card, and start earning points.
Every trip you take earns you points. You can choose either ‘Spin To Win’ or ‘Cash Buyout’.
‘Spin To Win’ – I suggest using the “Autoplay Credits Weekly” mode. It automatically takes all your points earned at the end of the week, and auto spins the wheel for you, then emails you when you’ve worn something. I like this because it’s pretty much a ‘brainless’ mode. You set it up once after signing up, and you never have to log in the website ever again.
‘Cash Buyout’ – If you rather save your points and cash them out, you can choose either a conversion of 1000 points for $1, or 5000 points for $5.
Remember to set up your payout options. Payout to bank account is recommended if you don’t frequent a major MRT station regularly. This is because if you win the ‘Spin to Win’ and have it credited to your Ez-link card, you would have to visit a machine to claim your card, and this isn’t the normal ticketing machine you find at every station.
This program is not new, but I was one of the late adopters, only joining in January 2016. But hey, better late than never! Check this out! Since January, I’ve won a whooping $59 from the auto ‘Spin to Win’! Not bad for something that only takes less than 5 minutes to set up eh?
So what are you waiting for? Go sign up now, register your 16-digit CAN number on the back of your EZ-link card, and start earning points!
To begin, download Perx from your respective mobile store.
iPhone users – Perx Loyalty Cards on the App Store
Andriod Users – Perx – Mobile Loyalty Cards
In Perx, click on Ez-link, register your 16-digit CAN number on the back of your EZ-link card and you’re good to go.
Every trip you take, you earn points on Perx. These points can be used to redeem items in their ‘rewards catalogue’. They are mostly discount vouchers, but sometimes they offer vouchers for stores you already frequent. So why not right?