Also, save 15% when you buy Chingay tickets, get 15% off The Rainbow Fish and more with these amazing credit card deals.
How does it happen that the start of the year always brings along a ton of exciting festivals, concerts and other events? If you’re a big event-goer, you’re most likely going to have to pick carefully or go broke…
Or save with these deals:
Save S$25 on Beerfest Tickets with UOB
Want to get sloshed while dancing to a live band? Get your (way in) advance tickets to Beerfest now. All tickets come free with one beer.
UOB credit card holders can purchase a 1-day pass for S$15 (non-UOB Cardholders can get their early bird tickets for S$25 to S$28; advance tickets for S$25 to S$34; or at door tickets for S$30 to S$40). If an entire weekend of beer sounds more up your alley, you can get a 4-day pass for S$55 (early bird for S$80 or advance for S$100).
Enjoy 15% off Chingay Tickets with MasterCard
It’s always better to watch Chingay live instead of through your television–well, it is the closest we can get to a Rio Carnival. But tickets are selling out fast, with limited seating for the second day of the parade (20th February 2016) left.
Purchase your tickets with your MasterCard and get 15% off Category 1 (S$50) and Category 2 (S$40) tickets.
Get 15% off The Rainbow Fish with OCBC
Treat your kids to The Rainbow Fish come to live in a musical! Held from April to May, The Rainbow Fish is the perfect weekend activity for your family.
OCBC Debit and Credit Cardholders are entitled to get 15% off any The Rainbow Fish shows (priced S$32 per ticket, not including SISTIC charges).
Watch Don Quixote for 20% Off with Maybank
Fan of the ballet? You shouldn’t miss Singapore Dance Theatre’s take on the classic Don Quixote this March.
From 23rd January 2016, Maybank Visa Infinite and Maybank World Master Cardholders will get 20% off all category tickets. Held at Esplanade Theatres, Don Quixote tickets start from S$30.
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By Jehanne Teo
Starting out as a lifestyle writer, Jehanne currently writes for SingSaver.com.sg about saving money in everyday situations.