How about winning a year’s worth of free toll fees?

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I feel you. I hate paying for tolls, too. But here’s some good news. My eagle-eyed friends at SoyaCincau spotted a sweet deal offered by Touch ‘n Go (“TNG”), and there’s a chance for you to win a year free from tolls, just by simply using the company’s PayDirect or RFID features.

TNG’s PayDirect feature is a clever workaround to the physical TNG card and TNG eWallet app problem. The feature allows you to link your physical TNG cards (up to three) to the eWallet app. The card becomes a conduit and does not require a balance. When you use the linked card at supported toll booths, PayDirect will deduct the toll fare from your eWallet instead of the physical card. Thus, you’ll only need to reload your eWallet, and never your physical TNG card. The card can be used with the now discontinued SmartTAG, too.

So, how do you win a year’s worth free of toll fees? During the month-long campaign that ends on 31 July 2019, each time you use the PayDirect feature (i.e at supported toll booths), you’ll gain entry to win the prize. There are two types of prizes: 100x weekly prizes and 10x grand prizes.

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The winner is picked from a random draw of the total of entries received. That means, the more times you use the PayDirect feature, the more entries you’ll gain, and the more chances you’ll have to win.

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As a bonus, if you’re adding a physical TNG card to your eWallet for the first time, you’ll gain 10 entries!

The cash prize will be credited into the winner’s eWallet account. Weekly prizes are worth MYR200 cash each, while grand prizes are MYR2,500 each. Since it’s a cash prize, you’ll be able to use the value for more than just toll payments. That means retail purchases, dining, bill payment, and more (where TNG is accepted that is).

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Don’t delay. Link that TNG card and start using PayDirect or RFID today. Good luck!

For more information, read this. And this T&C.

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