15% discount on ERL tickets paid with app


  • Metro News
  • Saturday, 22 Feb 2020

Malaysians heading to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) can now use Touch ‘n Go eWallet to pay for their Express Rail Link (ERL) tickets.

TNG Digital Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Ignatius Ong said, “This partnership with ERL is in line with Touch ‘n Go eWallet’s ambition to champion safer and easier cashless transactions across every aspect of transportation for Malaysians, beginning with toll payment to street parking and even transit purchases for a seamless journey.”

Touch ‘n Go eWallet is offering a 15% discount on selected KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit adult and child tickets.

The offer is also applicable to certain concession fares on KLIA Transit, specifically for Malaysian senior citizens, students with Kad Diskaun Siswa 1Malaysia (KADS1M), as well as differently-abled passengers with OKU cards issued by the Social Welfare Department.

The promotion is applicable for over-the-counter purchases and runs until June 30 (terms and conditions apply).

“ERL has been at the forefront of the cashless movement on public transport in Malaysia as we were the first to implement Touch ‘n Go contactless at the gate in 2011, ” said ERL chief executive officer Noormah Mohd Noor.

“As the fastest airport transfer in town, our partnership with TNG Digital Sdn Bhd fits ERL’s mission to provide a seamless travel experience that is fast, convenient, and now even more affordable.

“However, the current Covid-19 outbreak has made people more cautious about travelling and commuting on public transport. We are taking all necessary measures to assure them that taking public transportation is safe by tripling the cleaning frequency of high-contact areas at stations, and using stronger disinfectants for cleaning and sanitising work.”

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