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[UPDATE] CDC Voucher Guide 2023: How to Redeem and Where To Use Your S$300 Vouchers

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Last updated 08 March, 2023

From 3 January 2023, all Singapore households will receive another S$300 worth of Community Development Council (CDC) vouchers.

📝 Budget 2023 updates

As projected during the previous Budget 2022 talks, each Singaporean household will receive S$400 worth of CDC vouchers in two prongs: the first round of S$200 CDC vouchers in 2023 and the second round of S$200 CDC vouchers in 2024. 

So that said, from January 2024 onwards, all eligible households can expect our next batch of S$200 CDC vouchers to be distributed! On top of that, there'll be an additional S$100 worth of CDC vouchers per household [see: S$1.5 billion Support Package] to look forward to in 2024 – just for good measure. 👌 

This brings the total amount of CDC vouchers per household in 2023 and 2024 to be S$300 each, or S$600 across two years.

For 2024

Stay tuned and watch this space for CDC updates next year. 👓

For 2023

Every Singaporean household can claim their S$300 worth of CDC vouchers, S$150 of which can be redeemed at participating supermarkets, with new additions being Giant and Ang Mo Supermarket outlets.

The five participating supermarkets include FairPrice, Sheng Siong, Prime, Hao Mart, and U Stars. Together, they have over 300 outlets across Singapore.

The remaining S$150 can be redeemed at over 20,000 participating hawkers and heartland merchants across the island.

But if you want to spend your CDC vouchers elsewhere, fret not. Our compilation of other best CDC-approved places and businesses below is sure to give you some inspiration.

Table of contents

What are CDC vouchers?

CDC vouchers, or Community Development Council vouchers, are a government initiative started to alleviate the cost-of-living burdens of Singaporean households in times of inflation, recession, and rising GST

Available in S$2, S$5, and S$10 denominations for hawkers and merchants and S$5 and S$10 denominations for supermarkets, these vouchers may be redeemed either physically or electronically.

All of this has been a timely relief given the rising living costs for Singaporean households, especially for lower-income households.

To claim your CDC voucher, please click here. Do note that they expire on 31 December 2023.

💡 Fun fact: There's a separate scheme – the GST-V scheme – catered to cushion the GST hikes from 7% to 9% in 2023 and 2024 in four areas: Essentials, MediSave (for seniors), U-Save (for utilities) and S&CC rebate.

For HDB and some private properties: In 2023, this cash payout will increase from S$500 to S$700, and subsequently S$850 in 2024.

For homes with annual values from S$13,000 to S$21,000: In 2023, this cash payout will only increase from S$250 to S$350 in 2023, and S$450 in 2024.

Read more:
Singapore Budget 2023: GST Voucher & Household Support
What You Should Know About GST Increase 2023

Who is eligible for CDC vouchers?

Every Singaporean household can look forward to claiming S$300 in CDC vouchers in 2023 and 2024 each.

How to claim CDC vouchers?

In the meantime, if you haven’t claimed your CDC vouchers, here’s how to do it. 


Step 1
Source: Community Development Council

Every Singaporean household is eligible for these vouchers. 

You can easily redeem them here (You will need a valid Singpass account to redeem these vouchers).

This link is meant to be shared with members of your household (members sharing the same address as you). You can easily share it through available communication channels such as SMS, WhatsApp or Telegram. 

Step 1
Source: Community Development Council

How to redeem CDC vouchers?

Step 2

Source: Community Development Council

Once you have redeemed your vouchers, you will be given a unique link that is meant to be shared with members of your household. When this link is accessed, you’ll be led to an intuitive interface to select which CDC vouchers you want to use.

Step 1

Source: Community Development Council

Next, simply tap the amount you’d like to spend (the vouchers come in denominations of S$2, S$5 and S$10 for hawkers and merchants and S$5 and S$10 denominations for supermarkets) and show the QR code that is presented to your desired vendor.

Step 4

Source: Community Development Council

Do note that similar to other voucher variants, there will not be any change if your amount spent is less than the voucher’s value.

In a rhetorical scenario, if you were to be charged an amount of S$9, and the only available denomination is S$10, you will not receive any monetary change. However, if you were to be charged with a bill of S$11 and you choose to redeem a S$10 voucher, you will need to top-up an additional dollar using cash.  

Note: The 2023 CDC vouchers will expire on 31 December 2023.

Related to this topic:

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Singapore Budget 2022: 6 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Spend Your CDC Vouchers On
Singapore Budget 2022: 6 Ways It Will Impact You

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Approved merchants and hawkers to spend your S$100 CDC vouchers in Singapore 2023

Eligible merchants will have this CDC decal

Before we dive into the specifics, here’s an overview of the types of participating businesses that will gladly accept your CDC vouchers:

  • Food and beverage businesses e.g. hawker centres, food courts, coffee shops, cafes, bakeries
  • Mama/provision shops, minimarts, and selected supermarkets
  • Hair salons and barber shops
  • Dental clinics and optical shops
  • Beauty parlours and spa services
  • Electronic stores and photo-printing shops
  • Pet shops
  • Florists

While these are just some broad categories, the availability of merchants and services largely depends on your locale. For a comprehensive list of participating merchants, the CDC Go Where website will be your best bet.

All participating businesses in Singapore based on region or postal code

💡 Pro-tip: If you’re looking for a specific unit or stall, it’s probably easier to head down and identify the stall itself than trying to identify the unit number (e.g. #01-32, #01-33, etc.) through the online map. Simply walk up to the stall front and look out for the CDC voucher decal.

How to find CDC-approved merchants?

In order to locate eligible businesses within your area, there are two methods to search by: either ‘nearby’ or ‘by merchant’. Additionally, the search bar provided is extremely keyword sensitive

Enter the specific keywords either by ‘nearby’ or ‘merchant’

When searching nearby, this will pull up the list of merchants within the neighbourhood or postal code you have entered. 

When searching by merchants, this will pull up the list of merchants matching the keyword entered.

Note: The search bar is extremely keyword-sensitive. Meaning to say, the merchant results featured to you will contain whatever keyword entered. Search results with the keyword only found in their addresses will not be brought up. 

Examples of CDC merchant results when searching ‘Bukit Batok’ include:

  • Bukit Batok Teochew Cuisine Rest (Bukit Batok West Ave 6)
  • ITea (278 Bukit Batok East Ave 4)
  • Eatero (2 Bukit Batok St 23)
  • Durian Boy (Bukit Batok St 11)
  • Fatty Weng (273 Bukit Batok East Ave 4)
  • Baker Talent (275 Bukit Batok East Ave 4)
  • JWS Grille Factory (265 Bukit Batok East Ave 4)
  • My Thai Pot Bukit Batok 451 (Bukit Batok West Ave 6)
  • FMA (Bukit Batok West)
  • OneCare Bukit Batok (Bukit Batok Central)
  • Mission Bukit Batok Medical Clinic (Bukit Batok West Ave 5)
  • Q&M Dental Surgery (Bukit Batok West Ave 9)
  • Bukit Barkdog (Bukit Batok West Ave 6)
  • ABC Bargain Centre (Bukit Batok St 31)

As a result, it’d be best if you knew the exact name of the merchant you’re looking for. Otherwise, it might be easier to search for merchants by map for those browsing casually.

Other CDC-approved merchants around Singapore 

Disclaimer: The following CDC merchants are suggestions. The lists are non-exhaustive and subject to personal ratings. Please conduct your own research before purchasing or enlisting their services. 

[Update] CDC vouchers are now accepted at Giant and Ang Mo supermarkets islandwide. In total, there are now seven supermarket chains you can do your grocery shopping at.

  • Giant [NEW!]
  • Ang Mo Supermarket [NEW!]
  • NTUC FairPrice
  • Sheng Shiong
  • Prime Supermarket
  • HAO Mart
  • U Stars Supermarket

West region

List of merchants
F&B Mama shops, minimarts, supermarkets Beauty, hair, nail, spa parlours Miscellaneous (e.g. pet shops, florists, photo-printing stores)
Mookata Eating House (Bukit Panjang Ring Road) Freshmart (37A Teban Gardens Road) Beauty Base (Clementi Avenue 3) Smart Play Trading (Bukit Batok St 11)
Jub Jub Mookata (Choa Chu Kang Ave 7) G10 Minimart (Bukit Batok West Ave 9 & St 22) Sree Beauty & Bridal (Jurong West St 75) Bukit Barkdog Grooming (Bukit Batok West Ave 6)
Korean food (130 Jurong Gateway Road) Mimi Minimart (Bukit Batok St 21) Beauty Reveal Salon (Choa Chu Kang St 62) The Underdog Pet Shop (West Coast Drive)
Indian St 18 F&B Pte Ltd (Bukit Batok West Ave 8) Star Minimart (Bukit Batok West Ave 8) Viva Beauty (Bukit Batok St 31) Pet Fables (Eng Kong Terrace)
VP Indian Foods (20 Neythal Road) Nanyang Minimart (Jurong West St 42) Osmode Beauty (Marsiling Rise) Petscraft (Jurong West St 52)
Muslim Nasi Padang (Tuas Ave 1) KDS Supermarket (Jurong West Ave 1) Nails Actually (Clementi West St 2) Pet’s Lagoon (Choa Chu Kang Ave 1)
Al Hayat Indian Muslim @ 207 Bukit Batok (Bukit Batok St 21) No. 1 Supermarket (Petir Road) Nailz Lab (Clementi Ave 3) Pets Keeper (Marsiling Rise)
  Grocer Supermarket (Jurong West St 91) Vietnail-Spa (Teban Gardens Road) Aquapetz Kulture (Yung Sheng Road)
  Fortune Supermarket (Choa Chu Kang, Bukit Batok) By Nail (Jurong Gateway Road) (Clementi Ave 2)
  Freshpick Supermarket (Jurong East & West) We Nails & Lashes (Jurong Gateway Road) Teban Lucky Bridal Photo Centre (Teban Gardens Road)
  Grindelwald Supermarket (Clementi St 11) Time Space Spa (West Coast Drive)   

North/Northeast region

List of merchants
F&B Mama shops, minimarts, supermarkets Beauty, hair, nail, spa parlours Miscellaneous (e.g. pet shops, florists, photo-printing stores)
Phuket Town Mookata (Woodlands St 13) O Mart (Serangoon North Ave 1) Beauty Sense.1 (Yishun Ring Road) Petmart (Serangoon North Ave 2)
Soi Aroy Kitchen & Mookata (Hougang Ave 6) DIY Minimart (Canberra St) TBeauty Serangoon (2 Lorong Lew Lian) Smart Tech Mobile (Hougang Ave 4)
Korean Cuisine Oma-Y11 (Yishun Ave 11) KMS Minimart (Bendemeer Road) U Beauty Professional Salon 106 (Yishun Ring Road) Little Flower Pet Sho (Serangoon North Ave 1)
Mei Mei Da Japanese Korean food (Serangoon Central Drive) Vanilla Mart (122A Edgedale Plains) Nail Earth (Hougang St 21) Pet Kiosk Pet Salon (Serangoon North Ave 1)
Michin Korean BBQ & Hotpot (473 Fernvale St) NH Mart Pte Ltd (Hougang Ave 8) Nails Code (168 Punggol Field) Aquapetz Kulture (Sengkang, Punggol)
Indian Muslim food (27 Bendemeer Road) U-Good Supermarket (Woodlands Ave 6) Nails Mama (Serangoon North Ave 1) Novel Photo & Communication (811 Hougang Central)
Muslim Food @ 274D Compassvale & 308C Punggol (Punggol) Fortune Supermarket (Sembawang, Hougang, ) Siiya Nails (Woodlands St 32)  
Al Habib Indian Muslim Food @ 291 & 768 (Yishun and Woodlands) Ang Mo Supermarket (Hougang, Woodlands, Potong Pasir, Punggol, Sembawang) Dreamland Spa (Yishun Ave 5)  

Central/South region

List of merchants
F&B Mama shops, minimarts, wet markets, supermarkets Beauty, hair, nail, spa parlours Miscellaneous (e.g. pet shops, florists, photo-printing stores)
SOI 47 Mookata (Tanjong Pagar Plaza) J Mart (Circuit Road) Crystal C Makeup (Everton Park) PB Pet Shop (Jalan Bukit Merah)
Wan Wan Mookata (171 Macpherson Road) Hi Mart and Fairmart Supermart (Lorong 1 Toa Payoh) Beauty Pearl Centre (Aljunied Ave 2) Doggylicious Pet Shop (Ang Mo Kio Ave 1)
Korean cuisine (Ubi Ave 3, Lorong 6 Toa Payoh) HJ Mart (Bishan St 11) D’Beauty Zone (Tanjong Pagar Plaza) Tian Chai Pet Shop (Ang Mo Kio Ave 5)
Ssak3 Korean BBQ & Bistro (Bain St) Dollar Mart (Ang Mo Kio & Toa Payoh) IBeauty Wellness (Ang Mo Kio Ave 8) Petz@Ark (MArine Terrace)
Indian Palace (Clemenceau Ave North) Fortune Supermarket (Jalan Bukit Merah, Hougang) HairDo (Waterloo St) Petpawroni (Boon Tiong Road)
Indian Muslim food (Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 2) Ang Mo Supermarket (Bishan St 24) HairForm (Tanjong Pagar Plaza) Pet Inc (Lorong 4 Toa Payoh)
Indian Taste Hunter (Telok Blangah Drive) I-TEC Supermarket Pte Ltd (Geylang) Nailz Paradize (Lorong 1 Toa Payoh) Technopets (Bedok North St 3)
Haig Road Indian Rojak (14 Haig Road)   Nail Art Palace (Whampoa Drive) Florist and Gifts (17 Old Airport Road)
Muslim Food @ People’s Park (32 New Market Road)   20 Nails (Dawson Road) A Florist Inn (84 Marine Parade Central)
Ah Balling Peanut Soup (Chinatown, Beach Road)   The Spa-Lon (208 New Upper Changi Road) Nam Hoe Florist (Joo Chiat Road)
Reimondo Seafood Congee (73A Ayer Rajah Crescent)      
Chee Cheong Fun Club (1 Kadayanallur St)       
Fu Shun Shao La Mian Jia (1 Kadayanallur St)      
Hong Lim Prawn Noodles (531A Upper Cross St)      
Scissor Cut Curry Rice (Toa Payoh, Ang Mo Kio, Upper Thomson Road)      

East region

List of merchants
F&B Mama shops, minimarts, supermarkets Beauty, hair, nail, spa parlours Miscellaneous (e.g. pet shops, florists, photo-printing stores)
888 Mookata (Changi Village Road) Illam Indian Mart Ptd Ltd (Bedok North St 3) Beauty Basics Pte (Bedok North St 4) K1 Pet Shop (Bedok North St 4)
Jiak Mookata (Bedok and Tampines) Goodsmart (Tampines St 91) Beauty Face Salon (Bedok South Ave 3) Pet Stop (625 Elias Road)
Weyoung Japanese & Korean cuisine (Pasir Ris St 72) Greenmart (Bedok North St 4) Kin Beauty (Bedok Reservoir Road) S&S Pets Shop (Tampiness St 44)
Korean @ Breadboard Foodcourt (Tampines Ave 1) E-mini Mart (Pasir Ris St 11) Hotnail Bedok (Bedok North Ave 2) Caili Florist (58 New Upper Changi Road)
209 Indian Stall (New Upper Changi Road) Top Plus Supermarket (632 Bedok Reservoir Road) SQ Nails (Tampines St 21) Geneseos Florist (Bedok North St 4)
Salam Indian Muslim Food Corner (New Upper Changi Road) Fortune Supermarket (Tampines, Pasir Ris) Ozio Spa (742 Bedok Reservoir Road) Apex Photo (Pasir Ris St 72)
S.J Sickander Ammal Muslim Food (4A Eunos Crescent)   T D Spa (Bedok North St 2)  
Butter Space (5 Chai Chee Drive)   LM Spa Pte Ltd (New Upper Changi Road)  
Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee (85 Bedok North St 4)      
85 Bedok North Fried Oyster (85 Bedok North St 4)      
Chan BBQ (85 Bedok North St 4)      
75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup (85 Bedok North St 4)      
Prawnaholic (110 Pasir Ris Central)      
Reimondo Seafood Congee (110 Pasir Ris Central)      
Wild Olives (110 Pasir Ris Central)      

Related to this topic:
Singapore Budget 2022: 6 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Spend Your CDC Vouchers On
Singapore Budget 2021: Hawker Eats That Deserve Your S$100 CDC Vouchers

Other unique merchants approved for CDC vouchers

Durian vendors

  • DurianBB (Crawford Lane)
  • Durianzilla (Tampines St 21)
  • Durian Boy (Bukit Batok, Ang Mo Kio, Jurong West)
  • Durian Empire (168 Punggol Field)
  • Durian Superman (Lorong 4 Toa Payoh)
  • Durian Lab Cafe (Bukit Merah Lane 1)
  • Durian Desserts by Tiong Bahru Durian (500 Clemenceau Ave North)
  • WTF Durian (Bedok North St 4)
  • Top Durian Station (Jurong, Bukit Batok)
  • 6 Lian Durian (Bedok North St 3)
  • Kungfu Durian (Woodlands St 31)
  • Ah Seng Durian (Bukit Merah, Ghim Moh Road)

Coconut desserts and drinks vendors

  • Coconut Shake (Tanjong Pagar Plaza)
  • Coconut & Fam (Bukit Batok St 34)
  • Coconut Queen (Clementi, Toa Payoh)
  • N N Coconut (1 Geylang Serai)
  • My Little Coconut (Jurong, Hougang, Upper Thomson, Bedok, Bishan, Lakeside, Serangoon, Aljunied. Bukit Batok, Tampines, Yishun)

Bubble tea vendors

  • Bubble Tea & Snacks (Tampines Central 1)
  • Sky Bubble Tea (Bishan St 22)
  • Bumble Tea (Tampines St 12)
  • Freya’s Bubble Tea (Bukit Batok St 11)
  • U Cool Bubble Tea (Bendemeer Road)
  • Fat Cat Bubble Tea (Tampines St 81)
  • Snowcup Bubble Tea Shop (Tampines St 42)
  • Teavana Bubble Tea (Boon Lay, Hougang)
  • Moo Moo Cha Bubble Tea (Hougang Ave 5)
  • Cool Echo Bubble Tea (57 Marine Terrace)

Bicycle and skate shops

  • Bicycle Basics (Ang Mo Kio Ave 10)
  • Aloha Bicycle Transport (Hougang St 22)
  • JanjiRide.SG Bicycle Co (Clementi West St 72)
  • Boon Lay Bicycle Shop (Boon Lay Place)
  • Seng Bee Bicycle Shop (Upper Boon Keng Road)
  • Freddy Bicycle Services & Repairs (Kelantan Road)
  • A.B.S All Bicycle Shop (Hougang Ave 8)
  • Leong Kong Bicycle & Electrical Co (8 Eunos Crescent)
  • Hong Seng Guan Bicycle Shop (Jalan Bukit Merah)
  • Skate Shop (Bedok North Ave 2)
  • Freeskate Inline LLP (Ang Mo Kio Ave 1)

Chiropractic and acupuncture clinics

  • MindREST Sina Chiropractor (Ang Mo Kio Ave 1)
  • Nam Hua Acupuncture & Medical Hall (Tampines St 91)
  • Xu Yang Acupuncture & TCM Clinic (120 Canberra Cres)
  • Seng Hwa Acupuncture & Chinese Medical Centre (117 Bedok Reservoir Road)
  • Shi Kang Acupuncture and Chinese Physician Clinic (55 Chai Chee Drive)
  • Xin Quan Acupuncture Treatment Centre and Medical Hall (Bukit Batok St 52)
  • Healthcare Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Centre (254 Serangoon Central Drive)
  • Chiu Kah Fatt TCM & Acupuncture Clinic Pte Ltd (Crawford Lane)

💡 Pro-tip: Try searching for overlapping vendors approved by CDC and registered in the Fave app. If the merchant you’re looking for has both Fave promos and accepts CDC vouchers, it’ll be value discounts galore!

While you’re at it, remember to charge your transactions to a trusty cashback credit card to reap maximum rewards. 

FAQs about CDC Vouchers

#1 Can the CDC voucher links be shared with anyone within the household?

Yes, but by sharing the link, you are entitling the recipient to use the vouchers at their own discretion, including frequency and amount claimed at any one time.

Screenshot of Share My VouchersSource:

To share, click on the “Share” button and copy the unique voucher link and message it to the intended recipient. 

#2 Is there a maximum number of vouchers per transaction?

To answer simply, yes, there is a limit of 15 vouchers per transaction. However, there is no limit imposed on the transacted value.

#3 How to check if the vouchers have been redeemed by someone else?

Upon each redemption, the designated Singpass used to claim the vouchers will be redirected to a name display of the family member in question. 

If you have more queries regarding CDC vouchers, head on over to the official FAQ page for clarification.

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