TORONTO, ON, April 4, 2022 – HONK, North America’s leading provider of contactless payments for parking, announced today a limited-time offer where students can receive a $2.50 discount on parking when they use Interac Debit eCommerce payment option through one of HONK’s platforms (HonkAPP, HonkTAP and HonkWEB) for the first time.* The goal of the campaign is to bring awareness to this new payment method, giving the student community that uses HONK a way to pay without using a credit card. Providing more choice is just another way that HONK is helping to pave the way for a better parking experience for students and all drivers.

Students who have not yet made a parking purchase using Interac Debit through HONK can participate in the two-week promotion. They simply need to use Interac Debit to make a parking purchase through one of HONK’s platforms (HONKAPP, HONKTAP, or HONKWEB) utilizing the digital wallet of their choice: Apple Pay or Google Pay. Interac Debit for eCommerce payments are available to cardholders from participating financial institutions. 

“We’re thrilled to offer this promotion – to help bring extra savings to students while letting them know about another way to pay for parking through our contactless platform,” said Michael Back, HONK Founder and CEO. “Consumers expect to see contactless, convenient, and price-sensitive ways to pay in their daily routines. And this promotion delivers on all fronts.”

To sign up for a HONK account and participate in this limited-time offer, please visit

*Full details of offer
Only applicable to Canadian HONK users, and limited to one promo code per user account. Must pay for parking using Interac Debit for the first time, at least once, during the campaign period that takes place between 12:01 am PST on April 4th, 2022 to midnight PST on April 18th, 2022. $2.50 in parking credits per user account, up to a maximum of $20,000 CAD campaign-wide. Parking credits cannot be redeemed for cash and are not transferable. $2.50 promotional discount doesn’t apply towards convenience fee.