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Latest NTUC Fairprice Promo Codes In Singapore (May 2021)

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As everyone stays safely at home, it’s also imperative that you take a save approach towards shopping for essentials such as groceries.

With Phase 2: Heightened Alert in full gear, Singapore is better equipped to handle essential needs than a year ago. And we are talking about household essentials (you know, toilet paper) and groceries in particular.

While queues at supermarkets are more manageable than they were during the Circuit Breaker, it’s essential that everyone stays home as much as possible to prevent the pandemic from spreading further in the community.

With that in mind, the prudent approach is to do your grocery shopping online, which means you have no reason to make the physical trip to your nearest NTUC Fairprice supermarket.

The real question is – can you also take a safe and save approach for your grocery shopping? After all, a trip to the supermarket can cost you between S$20 to even S$100 if you are stocking up on the daily essentials.

We have scoured for the latest promo codes that will help you save a bundle, and keep you safely at home when the groceries are delivered right to your doorstep.

Last updated on 21 May 2021. Fairprice promo codes, promotions and other offers are subject to change without prior notice.

Fairprice promo codes for May 2021

Promo code 1: GENEW12

What it does: S$12 off (minimum spend S$80)
Additional remarks: New users
Expiry date: 31 December 2021

While the cost of each item on your grocery list is seemingly low, everything adds up once you checkout. Be a savvy spender and utilise the right credit card to earn some cashback from your grocery shopping. Apply for one with us today and you could be rewarded with cash and attractive prizes!*

*Rewards may change at any time. Terms and conditions apply. 

Promo code 2: FPGEN4U

What it does: S$10 (minimum spend S$120) or S$5 (minimum spend S$100) off
Additional remarks: Existing users
Expiry date: 31 December 2021

Promo code 3: MAY21BDAY

What it does: S$8 off (minimum spend S$110)
Additional remarks: Existing users
Expiry date: 31 December 2021

Promo code 4: FPTREATNEW

What it does: 10% off (minimum spend S$80)
Additional remarks: New users
Expiry date: 31 December 2021

Promo code 5: 5TREAT4U

What it does: 5% off (minimum spend S$100)
Additional remarks: Existing users
Expiry date: 31 December 2021

More deals on FairPrice in May 2021

Other than the above promo codes, there are also various deals available on the Fairprice online store, and you don’t need to input any codes either.

From what we saw, the largest deal available now is 50% discount for its products under its Super Savers category. Take note that this offer is valid till 2 June, and only for selected items.

Discounts aside, you can also get some freebies when you shop. Here are some of the items you can expect to get for free:

Free Tote bag (worth S$15)

Additional remarks: with purchase of participating products
Expiry date: 31 May 2021

Free Cornell Mini Multi-Cooker (worth S$75.90) and S$6 off (minimum spend S$80)

Additional remarks: S$60 purchase of participating products
Expiry date: 31 May 2021

Free Osim Air Humidifier (worth S$99)

Additional remarks: S$250 purchase of participating products
Expiry date: 31 May 2021

Free Cooler Bag (worth S$5.90)

Additional remarks: S$15 purchase of Fairprice Household chilled/frozen products
Expiry date: 31 May 2021

Free Starbucks mug

Additional remarks: S$40 purchase of participating products
Expiry date: 31 May 2021

Free Osim eye massage (worth S$49)

Additional remarks: S$88 purchase of participating products
Expiry date: 31 May 2021

More money-saving tips when you shop online at Fairprice

Buy online and in bulk for free delivery

The beauty of having your groceries delivered to you? It’s quite literally no sweat at all. At the very least, you won’t have to lug a 10kg packet of rice or two bottles of cooking oil home, only to find yourself in need of a cold shower.

More importantly, by buying in bulk, you will most likely hit the minimum required spending of S$79 to qualify for free delivery.

That said, do not overspend just to qualify for the free delivery. If you need to spend an additional S$10 on an unnecessary item just to get a free delivery, it’s more than what you would pay for a S$5 (for orders below S$59) or S$3 (for orders between S$59 to S$79) delivery fee.

Compare prices with Redmart and Amazon Fresh

Don’t put all your eggs in one (checkout) basket. Before you pay for the items on Fairprice’s website, put the same or similar items in your Redmart or Amazon Fresh cart.

You’ll be surprised by how much you can save if you do this quick comparison. Besides some minute differences in prices, other costs such as delivery charges will vary across different platforms.

Get the free Plus! membership to collect LinkPoints

You might have seen the word Plus! scattered across NTUC Fairprice, which is the membership scheme for the supermarket chain. But did you know you can sign up for free? 

Don’t miss out on getting the Plus! membership for the LinkPoints. Do note that you can only gather LinkPoints on purchases above $20.

As you collect more LinkPoints, remember to use them wisely to offset your grocery cost, as every 150 LinkPoints is equivalent to S$1 off your bill.

Use the right credit cards to double dip for rewards

That’s not all. Charging your order on the right card can earn you up to 10% in cashback, so choose your card wisely.

But not all credit cards are created equal. Some have specific spending requirements for you to hit the highest cashback amount, and the cashback might be capped in some instances.

Here’s the good news – we’ve consolidated the best credit cards for grocery shopping for you to make the right decision. You can also tap into our comprehensive comparison page to find the best deals and promotions for various credit cards.

Purchase through ShopBack for additional cashback

It’s all about stacking your rewards. Take advantage of the additional cashback when you purchase your groceries via the Fairprice online store on the Shopback app.

By doing so, you are effectively double dipping for rewards. The first dip comes from the cashback you get from the credit card payment, while the second comes from Shopback.

Do note that the cashback isn’t immediately available, but the sense of satisfaction when you see the cashback amount piling up in your Shopback app will keep you smiling.

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