How to Check Easytrip Balance (RFID Account) in 2021

How to check your Easytrip balance? There are two ways to do this online: on your main Easytrip (RFID) online account, and the other one is by using an EasyTrip mobile app for Android and iOS users.

Having an Easytrip (RFID) is one of the most valuable things a traveler or a driver must have. It will help you avoid waiting in line in getting your toll ticket and then paying at the exit of expressways in the Philippines such as NLEX (North Luzon Expressway), SCTEX (Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway), and CAVITEX (Cavite Expressway).

Note: We have included CAVITEX which uses Easydrive as Easytrip also powers it.

Let’s face it; we often catch traffic along the entrances and exits of tollways. Having an Easy Trip (RFID) account is very convenient to save time, money, and gas. Did I mention, you can also earn Mabuhay Miles using your EasyTrip?

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How to Check Easytrip Balance in 2021?

There are two ways to check your Easytrip balance:

1. Access MyEasytrip Account Online

Log in to MyEasyTrip Account (if you don’t have an online account yet, click REGISTER. You may check your remaining Easytrip load balance or your travel history.

Most browsers work with the official website of Easytrip, but we recommend downloading the mobile app for easy access and a more convenient way of tracking Easytrip usage.

2. Use Easytrip Mobile App to Check Your Remaining Balance and Past Transactions

Easytrip (RFID) mobile apps for Android and Apple (iOS) are now available. You can download the official Easytrip mobile app at Google Play and Apple Appstore.

If it is your first time using the mobile app, you may sign up instead of logging in. You may use your Facebook, Google, and Apple account.

You need to add your vehicle and provide your Easytrip account number (found on your RFID card). Using the mobile app will let you view past trips and transactions, remaining balance, and reloads.

Now that you know how to check Easytrip balance using both methods, always remember the quick reminders given to you on the user guide manual when you received your Easytrip (RFID).

Maintain enough load to avoid insufficient funds. Protect your RFID sticker and secure your Easytrip RFID card whenever you travel to avoid hassles when tollgate sensors are weak.

How to Check Easytrip Account Number?

Your Easytrip (RFID) account number is a 12-digit number printed at the front of your Easytrip card. Always keep and secure your Easytrip card whenever you travel to ensure successful entrance and exit whenever tollgate sensors are acting up.

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21 thoughts on “How to Check Easytrip Balance (RFID Account) in 2021”

    • Hi…this happens on several occasions, when I did not use my easytrip specially when there load on it, usually credit is deducted on my load, like today will be travelling along SCTEX but when I check my balance its only 68 pesos remains, it was 3 weeks last time I use with 174 pesos balance, how did it happen?

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  1. Hi, I have an easytrip tag that was given to me as a gift last Christmas. The card has 1000 pesos load when it was given to me. I’m a first time user. Do I have to register/activate my account online to be able to use it? Or magagamit ko na siya kaagad for my trip to Subic this weekend kahit hindi ko siya i-activate/register online? Thank you.

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  2. I cannot register using my email address…the last time nag register kc ako to register for checking balance dko napalitan ung default email address na naka enter.

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    • Pag nag login po sa easytrip na site then go to link to check balance (green link) sa top right side, ma-iinstall na yung apk file.

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  3. When I exited at bocaue toll gate from entry point at balagtas bypass, I was charged P408 for class 1 vehicle instead of onlyP70. It happened 2 times last week. How do I correct or ask for correction on this?

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    • Hi.. maybe you are very near to that car.. thats why it is written in the instruction you much be atleast how many meter away from the other car bec. There is a chance that the sensor will detect your easytrip device than him.

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  4. I would load online but its asking for account number which i dont have with me anymore.
    Can i just input the serial on the side of the unit?

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  5. Hi Ms. Fehl, paano po ba ang replacement ng defective tag (di na po mabasa ng reader). Saan po ba pwede ma replace ang unit? how much po ang fee for replacement? ma retain po ba ang same account kc may balance pa po yun defective tag?

    TIA
    Mhond

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    • Hi, there is a warranty for the easy tag. Go ka sa center where you bought it or try mo din sa malapit na customer center nila, bring the defective tag and valid ID.

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  6. Hi Fehl,

    Easytrip tag is for NLEX-SCTEX, EasyDrive (which is the RFID sticker type) is the one used in CAVITEX. Right now, it’s still not inter-operable.

    FYI, Thanks! 🙂

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    • Hi Judy. Easydrive is also powered by Easytrip so I’ve included it here. I know, eventually, it will also work like Easytrip. Cheers!

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  7. Hi fhel! Nag eexpire din ba tong RFID or lifetime use na ito as long as your easytrip card is loaded?

    BTW, maganda ang closing ng PSE kahapon nabawasbawasan mga pula sa folio ko, I watched closing ng wallstreet they just set an all time high record this wkend. Haping happy ang wkend ng mga investors! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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  8. Miss Fehl, thank you for this helpful information…by the way I’d like to inform you that my investment is growing, thanks a lot. God bless you always.

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