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Where to use Octopus in Shenzhen and Macau
Fairwood Fast Food
- Lowu Commercial City
- Shenzhen Railway Station
Café de Coral
- Baoan International Airport
- Coastal city (Nanshan)
- Fanghai Business Center (Luohu)
- Fu Min Jie Yuen
- Jian She Road, De Xiang Building
- Overseas Chinese Town (Nanshan)
- Overseas Chinese Town West (Nanshan)
- Xi Fang Road (Dongmen)
- Xinzhou Road, Futian District
Shenzhen Dutyfree Group
- Huanggang Port Entry Concourse
- Huanggang Port Departure Concourse
- Luo Hu Port Entry Concourse
- Luo Hu Port Departure Concourse
- Shenzhen Bay Port Entry Concourse
- Shenzhen Bay Port Departure Concourse
- Futian Port Entry Concourse
- Futian Port Departure Concourse
- Shatoujiao Port Entry Concourse
- Shatoujiao Port Departure Concourse
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Things to note
- Octopus Automatic Add Value Service (AAVS) works normally in Shenzhen and Macau.
- Cash reloading is not available in Shenzhen or Macau.
- Cash reloading in HKD is not applicable in Shenzhen or Macau for cross-border Octopus.
- The exchange rate for Renminbi (RMB) transactions in Shenzhen is set by the individual merchant.
- The exchange rate for Pataca transactions in Macau is 1 MOP to HK$1.
- Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) will be deducted for cross-border Octopus transactions in Shenzhen and Macau.
- Rates are clearly displayed on signage.
- Transaction amounts appear in both RMB and HK$ on payment receipts.
- Payment amounts in HK$ are rounded to the nearest decimal point after the conversion.