Without a doubt, TikTok is one of the social networks of the moment. Millions of users around the world – in the countries where its use is allowed – upload videos to the platform on different topics: tricks, news, experiences of everyday life and even news, among others.
Although there is some controversy over the use of this social network, for reasons of the algorithms it uses or allegations of espionage, TikTok is still the source of entertainment for millions of people.
Recently, a video recorded by an Argentine user, who was on vacation in the Netherlands, went viral. In the publication itself he assures that they discovered that it is possible to pay for public transport in this place with the SUBE card of Argentina.
The viral TikTok video showing how to pay for European public transport with SUBE
An Argentine went viral for traveling on public transport with SUBE in the Netherlands.
The video in question was published by Pedro Fons, in which with other friends they wanted to use the tram in the Netherlands but pay with the Single Electronic Ticket System (SUBE) card. When they get on the transport, he is heard saying: "We are in Delft, we are going to take the tram to The Hague and pay the fare with the SUBE".
At the time of making the payment, the young man comments: "For those who say that Argentina is sunk and that it is not international; Join me to see this." When you bring the card closer, you can see that the machine accepts the payment and the passengers get on the formation.
The moment in which the machine accepts the payment of the SUBE.
The tiktoker exploded with joy when he realized it worked and exclaimed: "It worked, the SUBE is in Holland." Finally, the friends were able to ride the tram. Likewise, the comments of the video were a little suspicious of the situation.
Some comments on his post were: "He seems to have the other card back; it always shows the face of the SUBE and not behind," commented one user. There were others who supported the "trick" of the Argentines and assured that the codes used by the transport cards are the same.