Voucher Details & Collection

The Government’s Consumption Voucher Scheme (the Scheme) registration is now closed. For more information about the Scheme, please visit: www.consumptionvoucher.gov.hk.

How to Use Octopus Card to Collect Consumption Vouchers

Step01

Registration Method

Visit the Scheme website www.consumptionvoucher.gov.hk and fill in your name, HKID number, SMS-enabled local contact number, along with your Octopus Card Number. Please ensure the accuracy of your information to avoid delays in receiving your consumption vouchers.

Step02

Collection Arrangements and Schedule

After completing the registration process, you will receive a registration reference number. Once your registration has been validated by the Government, you will receive an SMS confirmation. Depending on the time of your registration completion, you will be able to collect your consumption vouchers with your registered Octopus Card during the designated collection period.

The consumption vouchers will be disbursed by three instalments: HK$2,000 in the first voucher, HK$2,000 in the second voucher, and HK$1,000 in the third voucher (cumulative "eligible spending" must reach HK$4,000).

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First Batch – Disbursement Date*
4 July 2021
4 July 2021
For electronic registrations completed between 4 and 17 July 2021 on the Government’s Consumption Voucher Scheme website
1 August 2021
1 August 2021
First Voucher – HK$2,000
You will be able to collect your consumption voucher with your registered Octopus Card starting from 1 August 2021
1 October 2021
1 October 2021
Second Voucher – HK$2,000
You will be able to collect your consumption voucher with your registered Octopus Card starting from 1 October 2021
16 December 2021
16 December 2021
Third Voucher – HK$1,000#
If your cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 in the fourth to seventh months since the first voucher disbursement date, the third voucher will be available on the 16th of the month following the month for which the target is reached.
Collection date
  • 16 December 2021 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 30 November 2021)
  • 16 January 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 31 December 2021)
  • 16 February 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 31 January 2022)
  • 16 March 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 28 February 2022)
Second Batch – Disbursement Date*
18 July 2021
18 July 2021
For electronic registrations completed between 18 July and 14 August 2021 on the Government’s Consumption Voucher Scheme website and all paper registrations
1 September 2021
1 September 2021
First Voucher – HK$2,000
You will be able to collect your consumption vouchers with your registered Octopus Card starting from 1 September 2021
1 November 2021
1 November 2021
Second Voucher – HK$2,000
You will be able to collect your consumption vouchers with your registered Octopus Card starting from 1 November 2021
16 January 2022
16 January 2022
Third Voucher – HK$1,000#
If your cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 in the fourth to seventh months since the first voucher disbursement date, the third voucher will then be available on the 16th of the month following the month for which the target is reached.
Collection date
  • 16 January 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 31 December 2021)
  • 16 February 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 31 January 2022)
  • 16 March 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 28 February 2022)
  • 16 April 2022 (If cumulative "eligible spending" has reached HK$4,000 by 31 March 2022)
* Consumption vouchers must be collected within three months after disbursement date
# If your cumulative "eligible spending" does not reach HK$4,000 before the above deadlines, the third voucher will not be disbursed.
Step03

Voucher collection

You may tap your Octopus Card to collect your consumption vouchers through the methods below. In case the stored value limit of your Octopus Card is still HK$1,000, it will be automatically upgraded to HK$3,000 as you collect your first consumption voucher.

01
Octopus App

Octopus App

  • Android - NFC-enabled mobile devices
  • iOS - iPhone 7 or newer with iOS 13 or above, or connected with Octopus Mobile Reader;
02
Retail Outlets

Retail Outlets

  • Approach the staff at designated retail outlets and request to collect the consumption voucher.
  • All outlets of 7-Eleven, Circle K, and Wellcome supermarket (including Market Place, Market Place by Jasons, Jasons ichiba and 3hreesixty)
03
Subsidy Collection Points

Subsidy Collection Points

  • Tap your Octopus Card at Subsidy Collection Points
  • Located at MTR stations, light rail customer service centres, designated public transport interchanges and designated ferry piers
04
Octopus Service Points

Octopus Service Points

  • Tap your Octopus Card at Octopus Service Points
  • Located at designated MTR station and shopping mall

*If you registered your consumption voucher with an inactive Octopus Card, please reactivate the card before collection or collect your consumption voucher at Subsidy Collection Points directly.

Step04

Coverage of the consumption vouchers

Consumption vouchers can be used at local retail, catering and service outlets or their online platforms which accept payments by Octopus Card. Examples include retail shops, market stalls, department stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, restaurants, fast food shops, coffee shops, recreational facilities, beauty salons, public transport, taxis, carparks, etc.

Consumption vouchers cannot be used for the following transaction items*:

  • payments to the Government (e.g. tax, fines, licence fees, tunnel fees, parking meters)
  • payments to public utilities (i.e. water, electricity and gas)
  • payments to public organisations (e.g. Hospital Authority, Hong Kong Housing Authority, Hong Kong Housing Society)
  • education expenses (i.e. payments to primary and secondary schools providing local and non-local curriculum, and UGC-funded universities)
  • purchase of financial products or services (e.g. insurance)
  • donation (including charitable, religious and political organisations)
  • direct purchases from merchants located outside Hong Kong (including online purchases through non-local online platforms made locally)
  • person to person payments
  • encashment


*Such transactions will not count in the calculation of the cumulative "eligible spending"