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We are very excited to launch our first ever Geek competition on Facebook giving entrants the chance to win a FREE Suica Card (Prepaid Travel Pass).

The Suica Card will be credited with 2,000 yen (including 500 yen deposit*) – yours to spend on Trains and Buses plus Vending Machines, Convenience Stores and Restaurants around Japan.

The prize

We will be choosing 10 lucky winners at random to receive a FREE Suica Card which will be credited with 2,000 yen (including a 500 yen deposit*) to spend on Trains, Buses and more!

How to enter

To enter our fabulous competition head over to our Facebook page here and complete all 3 steps below…

1. Like our SIM Card Geek Facebook page!
2. Like our competition post!
3. Comment on the competition post and tell us what you love about Japan!

The winners

The 10 lucky winners will be chosen at random and contacted via Facebook on the 15th of April 2019.


By entering this competition, entrants confirm that they are 18+ years of age, understand that Facebook is not responsible for this promotion, and agree to Facebook’s terms of use.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook.

What is a Suica Card?

For ease and convenience when using Japan’s public transportation system, get yourself a Suica card. It is a prepaid, rechargeable IC card that you can use to pay for train and bus fares around the country by simply touching it on a reader every time you enter and exit a train station or get on or off a bus.

Use on trains and buses. Vending machines. And, in convenience stores and restaurants.


Your Suica Card arrives credited with 2,000 yen including a 500 yen deposit. It is not possible for you to spend the 500 yen deposit but you can claim this back at the end of your trip.

More information on Suica Cards can be found here.

Thank you for entering our competition and good luck!

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