YouTrip Users Can Now Link Their Cards to Google Wallet

YouTrip Users Can Now Link Their Cards to Google Wallet

by December 6, 2023

Singapore-based multi-currency e-wallet YouTrip now allows Android users to integrate their YouTrip cards with Google Wallet to facilitate easy and secure payments.

This move follows YouTrip’s earlier integration with Apple Pay back in August in a bid to offer a more streamlined payment experience to its users.

With this new partnership with Google Pay, Android users can immediately add their virtual YouTrip card to their Google Wallet. This will enable them to immediately use their YouTrip virtual card for online and mobile contactless payments upon account activation.

This feature is especially beneficial for new users, who can instantly access their YouTrip accounts with zero foreign exchange fees and other benefits, without waiting for a physical card.

In conjunction with the year-end holidays, YouTrip has launched the ‘Tap and ‘Trip It All Day’ cashback campaign. This promotion offers the first 8,000 participants who complete 10 mobile contactless payments a cashback of S$5.

Additionally, those making their first YouTrip mobile contactless payment will receive an extra S$2 cashback. The campaign is applicable for payments through both Apple Pay and Google Pay but excludes public transportation payments.

Participants can also avail themselves of exclusive deals from over 30 brands, accessible through the YouTrip Perks platform. This includes offers from various local and international companies like, Klook, and Qatar Airways.

Caecilia Chu

Caecilia Chu

Caecilia Chu, Co-Founder and CEO of YouTrip said,

“We are thrilled to partner with Google Pay, bringing even greater convenience to our users’ payment experiences in our current smartphone-centric world.


This integration aligns with our mission to empower individuals with the smartest, most secure and hassle-free way to pay. As we continue to innovate, users can look forward to more features that seamlessly match their evolving needs and preferences.”