And they weren’t just any ol’ Ez-Link either. They had adorable Doraemon designs, Disney Tsum Tsum, Line Friends and even Star Wars.
Here are some of the EZ-Link designs going at $5:
- Doraemon EZ-Link
- Star Wars EZ-Link
- Fortune Cat EZ-Link
- Line Friends EZ-Link
Plus, gone are the days where you’d have to rush to the nearest convenience store to try to get your hands on some adorable EZ-Link card or Charm and fight with a million people.
Let’s face it, half of these people are just gonna resell them on Carousell for profit or at the very least buy 10,000 extra EZ-Link charms for their sister, daughter, father, mother, grandma.
Now, you can just pop by Bugis Junction and visit the vending machine to see what adorable EZ-Link charms and cards are available.
Hidden EZ-Link Vending Machine Now Even Sells EZ-Charms Like The Eevee EZ-Link Charm
And it looks like this Bugis Junction Vending Machine is a gift that just keeps on giving.
Word on the street is that you can also get your hands on the super adorable Eevee EZ-Link Charm.
Now lest you’re unaware, EZ-Link released a whole collection of Pokemon EZ-Charms in various designs such as our favourite forever sleeping Snorlax.
Now, this Bugis Junction vending machine stocks the Eevee EZ-Link Charm.
For those who don’t know, EZ-Charms are a series of EZ-Link cards in the form of a trinket.
They can be used on buses, trains, taxis, river taxis, shopping and dining.
Basically, it works like any other EZ-Link card, but it’s a whole lot cuter.
Do note however that EZ-Charms only have a validity period of three years from the date of encoding.
So what’re you waiting for?
The hidden vending machine is located at Bugis Junction and hidden by a pillar, between 6ixty8ight and Sharetea.