The day I have been waiting my whole life for is finally here.
Yes, my career as a self-professed Pusheen addict has reached it’s highest point:
I can finally keep Pusheen in my pocket and bring her (yes she is a girl, okay) wherever I go.
Well, to be more specific, I can bring Pusheen in the form of an EZ-Link card wherever I go.
*Proceeds to put 10,000 gifs of Pusheen before actually going into the details*
Just kidding, I still need my job.
EZ-Link has just launched Pusheen the Cat design EZ-Link cards. Yes, this is not a drill.
You’ll be able to get your hands on 2 different designs, depending on the availability because I expect it will sell out fast.
They’ll be sold for $10 each, but do note that there isn’t any load value inside.
“Take my money!”
“Just tell me where I can buy it!”
Okay, okay. I’ll tell you.
Sold At First-ever EZ-Link Merch Vending Machine At Bugis Junction
You’ll be able to purchase Pusheen the Cat EZ-Link from the first-ever EZ-Link Merch Vending Machine which is now located in Bugis Junction, Level 1.
FYI: It’s opposite unite #1-111 and next to Sharetea.
This means you won’t even have to wait for it to be delivered to your doorstep.
While some netizens were unsurprisingly enamoured with Pusheen the Cat EZ-Link designs, others expressed disappointment that it was an EZ-Link instead of an EZ-Link Charm.
One netizen even expected the EZ-Links to be resold on Carousell.
It sounds like these EZ-Links are going to be sold like hotcakes, so hurry if you’re planning on getting one!
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