Rabbit Card

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Rabbit Card
Adult Rabbit card.jpg
Location Bangkok
Launched 2012
Currency THB
Credit expiry None
Auto recharge Automatic Add Value Service
Website http://www.rabbitcard.com

The Rabbit Card is a rechargeable contact-less stored value smart card used to transfer electronic payments in systems in Bangkok, Thailand. It was launched in May 2012 to collect fares for the BTS Skytrain and the Bangkok BRT. It was announced that the MRT would be accepting the card in late 2012 but have yet to do so.[1] The card can be recharged at minimum THB100 at a time. It can be recharged at all BTS and BRT ticket offices.

The Rabbit Card is also used for payment at convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants, cinemas, and other point-of-sale applications such as service stations and vending machines.[2] An example is that the card can be used for topping-up and buying food at McDonalds.[3]

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