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Asked on 15 Jan 2020

Does anyone have a youtrip promo code/referral? Can you transfer the cash in your youtrip card back into your original bank account?

Will be going bangkok soon and plan to use the youtrip card, wondering if after the trip can i transfer back the money to my original account?

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Lau YongLe
Lau YongLe
Level 5. Genius
Updated on 18 Feb 2020

GUIDESIFY5 is still valid as of 2020! No you can't unfortunately... use it as an ezlink card!

Read more about it here: https://guidesify.com/blog/2019/08/14/youtrip-better-than-changing-money-at-the-arcade-singapore/​​​

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Frodo

12 Feb 2020

Thanks. This code works.
Madeline

18 Feb 2020

Still valid for me!
Benjamin Ooi
Benjamin Ooi
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 19 Jan 2020

Nope. There is no promo code at the moment for YouTrip.

YouTrip does not allow the money to be transferred back to your original account or back to SGD currency.

You may consider Revolut if you wish to convert to Thai Baht in your eWallet. You are welcome to use my referral code https://revolut.com/referral/ooi22j3u and we both get $8.88 once you made your first transaction Hope this helps.

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Gabriel Tham
Gabriel Tham, Tag Team Member at Kenichi Tag Team
Level 9. God of Wisdom
Answered on 15 Jan 2020

Unfortunately, youtrip does not allow withdrawals at this point in time.

And they also do not currently have a referral promo going on...so no referal code to share.

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Ting Jian
Ting Jian
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 24 Feb 2020

No, withdrawals are not supported at the moment. You can use it as a normal debit card to "cash out" the money.

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Ragini
Level 2. Rookie
Answered on 22 Feb 2020

"RAGINI5" for free $5 credit :) valid through 2020!

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Junus Eu
Junus Eu
Level 9. God of Wisdom
Answered on 19 Feb 2020

Use JUNUS for a free $5 in your card when you sign-up!

But no, you can't transfer the remaining value into your original bank account.

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Delia Lee
Delia Lee
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 24 Feb 2020

Here's my code :) "DELIA5", and no you can't do so as YouTrip is a prepaid card!

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Dragofox Liang
Dragofox Liang
Level 2. Rookie
Answered on 12 Feb 2020

"SPARK5" signup for Sgd5.00 reward

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Dragofox Liang
Dragofox Liang

20 Feb 2020

This is so helpful 👍

You may wish to use the code PZL5 for a $5 cash equivalent credit upon sign-up. Details in this post: https://www.blog.pzl.sg/what-is-youtrip-singapore/

No, there is no way for you to withdraw the unused amount back to your bank account. This is in their policy terms.

Instead, they suggest for you to fully utilise the funds in the account, i.e. make purchases.

By the way, do note that YouTrip does not allow in-app exchange for THB. Therefore, it will be based on the exchange rate as determined by YouTrip. In most cases, this rate is still better than the rate that you see at the money changers in Bangkok. (Just FYI and sharing what I know.)

If you are going to withdraw money from Bangkok, take note that there will be THB220 + SGD5 for most banks. This is based on a recent real-world test that I have done - I will be writing a real-world blog review on this once I have completed a few more tests.

Here is everything about me and what I do best.​​​

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Question Poster

15 Jan 2020

Thanks alot zhe liang! but what does it mean by in app exchange? looking forward to your blog! :)
Pang Zhe Liang
Pang Zhe Liang

15 Jan 2020

Do hit the like 👍🏻 button on my FB page and subscribe to my blog’s newsletter to stay updated (no spam, I promise!). https://fb.me/workwithpzl https://www.blog.pzl.sg/newsletter/ There are 10 currencies that are available for in-app exchange in the YouTrip app. This means that you are able to exchange SGD to the relevant currency that you are interested in to ‘lock-in’ the rates that you feel is reasonable. In the event that the rates are bad, you are able to use the foreign currency that is available in your wallet to make the purchase, rather than to suffer from the poor rates at that point in time.