When creating a virtual Float card, you will see an option to create either a recurring or single-use Float card. This article explains the difference and use cases between both types to ensure you're getting the best use out of Float!
Single Use Cards
Single-use cards are meant for one-time expenses within a certain time period. These cards will automatically expire past the established date, which you can choose on Float upon card creation. Single-use cards cannot be re-activated once they have passed their expiration timeline.
Single-use cards can be used multiple times, up until the limit is reached OR until the timeline for the card has been met.
Best Used for: one-time dinner expenses, flight expenses for work trips
Please note: Refunds and returns will still work on cancelled cards, and will go back to your Float balance. See this article for more details about refunds!
These cards allow you to have a limit refreshed depending on a timeline of your choosing (day, week, month, year). These cards will not expire until around 3 years after the date of creation
Best used for: Recurring subscriptions, employee expenses, welfare expenses.