Wise x Agoda — Travel more for less. Enjoy 6% off any destination in the world, when you pay with your Wise card – Your best travel companion. Spend anywhere, for less.
Terms & Conditions
- The Promotion is available to the qualifying and eligible cardholders of Wise cards issued worldwide. Discount will be reflected at the payment page after keying valid card details and payment must be made with a Wise card in order to enjoy the Promotion.
- Details of promotion as follows:
|Booking Period||Stay Period||Discount||Destinations||Platforms|
|Now – 31 Dec 2022||Now – 31 Dec 2022||6%||Worldwide||Website, Mobile web, and App|
- The Promotion is applicable for bookings of selected hotels (prepaid and non-refundable bookings only, and not applicable for pay at hotel bookings) made through a dedicated URL: www.agoda.com/wise.
- This Promotion is only valid for hotels with the “Promo Eligible” tag on the room types search results page.
- To book on app, click the button on your mobile webpage or scan the QR code from desktop site to save the promo coupon automatically in your Agoda App. To apply promo coupon, click on the ‘Promotions’ tab on the payment page to select the coupon.
- The Promotion discount is applicable to hotel room charges only (excluding local taxes, service fees, and additional charges).
- Promotion cannot be exchanged for cash or other products.
- The Promotion is non-transferable and non-cumulative and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount, promotions, rewards, cashback sites, loyalty programs, discounted items, and fixed price items (unless specified).
- Wise and/or Agoda can change the terms of conditions at any point of time. In case of dispute, the decision of Agoda shall be final.
Get Wise Card Step by Step
The money transfer platform Wise, formerly TransferWise, offers an easy, cheap, and transparent way to send money abroad. To be able to transfer or receive money internationally using Wise, you need to have a Wise account. And here are simple steps to follow to create Wise acoount.
Wise is a money transfer platform that lets you send and receive money internationally. You can transfer to someone outside your country in a currency the same as yours or in their preferred currency.
Opening a Wise Account: Step By Step Guide
Go to Wise Website: https://mypromo.my/wise
Step 1: Tap on Register
Step 2: Enter your email
Step 3: Choose Personal or Business
Step 4: Select your country
Step 5: Verify your mobile
Step 6: Create your password
Congratulations, you have created a Wise account.
Join over 10 million people and businesses, in more than 170 countries, who use Wise to send, spend, convert, and receive money internationally.
Wise is for anyone — travellers, immigrants, freelancers, organisations — whose money crosses borders. We’re 8x cheaper on average than leading UK banks. And a lot faster, too.
What is a Wise account?
With Wise, you can hold money in more than 50 currencies, and convert between them at the real exchange rate whenever you need. It’s free to sign up and there aren’t any subscription fees.
You can also get account details for GBP, EUR, AUD, NZD, USD, CAD, HUF, RON*, TRY, and SGD (with more currencies on the way). Share these details to your friends, companies or customers in order to receive money from around the world.
You can send money from your account to a bank account whenever you like. We’ll charge a fixed fee when you do this, and a conversion fee when you send to a different currency.
How do I receive money?
Receiving money into your account works just like a regular bank account. Just share the account details of the currency you want to be paid to the person or business who wants to pay you, and they can make a transfer.
At the moment, you can receive money directly into your account in Australian dollars, British pounds, Canadian dollars, Euros, Hungarian forints, Malaysian Ringgit (only available for residents residing in Malaysia), New Zealand dollars, Romanian leu (only available for residents in the EEA, Switzerland, UK, Japan, Australia, Canada and USA), Singapore dollars, Turkish Lira, and US dollars