SINGAPORE - NETS and Toast Box have teamed up to give away 100,000 cups of coffee or tea to customers who buy the Toast Box FlashPay card.
Launched today, the card is available at all TransitLink ticket offices for $12, inclusive of a stored value of $7. It can be used for public transportation and retail payments.
Each card also comes preloaded with a free cup of coffee or tea, which can be redeemed at any Toast Box outlet.
The Toast Box FlashPay card is NETS' second co-branded transit card, following the launch of the McDonald's FlashPay card in 2013.
The partnership is the latest in a series of collaborations that NETS has inked with its merchants to promote cashless payments.
In January, NETS and DBS/POSB announced a long-term partnership to drive consumer acceptance of such payments at hawker centres.
In a statement, Mr Alvin Seck, senior vice-president, Merchant Services at NETS said: "As we continue to look for ways to encourage cashless payments amongst Singaporeans, what better way is there than to show them how to combine two everyday activities - travel and dining - in one convenient card?
"We hope that once they form the habit of tapping for payment for both travel and food payments, it will encourage them to embrace cashless payments for other purchases too."