MyNTUC app – dining & lifestyle deals in May

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May has rolled in, and we sure are thankful that the month’s beginning was graced by a beautiful public holiday. Alas, time flies when you’re having fun, and now it’s back to the grind with some post-Labour Day blues in tow.

Thankfully, NTUC is here to reward our hard work with something that speaks to the deepest desires of Singaporeans: freebies.

As part of a May Day movement to celebrate workers (#everyworkermatters), they’ll be releasing over 50 deals on their MyNTUC app for May and June for all NTUC union members. 

Rest assured these deals are hot and pipin’ – from free milk tea to airfare discounts to 1-for-1 F&B, we almost don’t know where to start.

But for maximum ROI, here’s your gameplan:

 

1. LiHO TEA – free Milk tea (M) (U.P. $2.60)

 

MyNTUC App - LiHO Tea

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If you’re a bubble tea fan, you should be no stranger to LiHO TEA. And while we’ll queue up for newer concoctions like fresh strawberry or brown sugar, the OG milk tea still holds a special place in our hearts.

Redemption period: 27th May-2nd June 2019 .

Limited to first 50 cups per outlet per day. Valid at 45 outlets only. T&Cs apply.   

 

2. Sentosa – 10 free Sentosa Fun Pass Tokens (worth $10)

 

MyNTUC App - Sentosa

Image on top left: Visit Singapore

Sentosa lovers, rejoice. FunPass tokens can be used to redeem over 50 activities* on the island, including AJ Hackett Sentosa, iFly Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore™, S.E.A. Aquarium™ and MegaBounce at Mega Adventure Park!

*For attractions with more than 10 tokens, guests are required to top-up tokens at any of the Sentosa Ticketing counters.

Redemption period: 20th-26th May 2019

Limited to first 500 redemptions daily. T&Cs apply.  

 

3. Sindo Ferry – free two-way ferry rides to Batam (U.P. $20)

 

MyNTUC App - Sindo Ferry

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Singaporeans tend to fall back on the 3 “B”s when it comes to short getaways – Bali, Bangkok and closer to home, Batam. With a 2-way ferry ride to the nearby island sorted out, you can indulge in that beachside vacay far away from the city bustle.

Redemption period: 13th-19th May 2019*

*To Batam Centre, Sekupang and Waterfront terminals (exclude terminal fees & surcharge). Limited to first 300 redemptions daily, min. 2 pax and valid at walk-in at Sindo Ferry counter at #03-43 Harbourfront centre. T&Cs apply.

 

4. The Maritime Experiential Museum™- free admission (U.P. $12)

 

MyNTUC App - The Maritime Experiential Museum

You don’t even need a Time Stone to teleport yourself to 14th century Malacca at this intriguing museum in Resorts World Sentosa™. Try your hand at knot tying, brave a pirate attack or trick your friends into thinking you’re overseas in Oman or Quanzhou with over 15 thematic galleries. Check out the entire place here.

Redemption period:   6th-12th May 2019

Ticket validity is for visit on same-day as redemption. Limited to 1 Adult One-Day Ticket to The Maritime Experiential Museum™ per redemption. Other T&Cs apply.

 

5. NTUC Foodfare & Kopitiam – $0.50 Hot Kopi / Teh

 

MyNTUC App - NTUC Foodfaer & Kopitiam

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NTUC Foodfare and Kopitiam are our steady go-tos when we’re looking for a diverse and affordable variety of food. And a meal is never complete without a piping hot cup of kopi/teh for your daily caffeine boost. Now at $0.50 – so you can lim all you want.

Redemption period: 1st-31st May 2019

Available at NTUC Foodfare and Kopitiam food courts and coffee shops. 1 cup of kopi/teh with every NTUC union membership card presented. T&Cs apply. 

 

6. Wild Wild Wet – Free ticket admission (U.P $32)

 

MyNTUC App - Wild Wild Wet

Image credit: Wild Wild Wet

One of Singapore’s largest water theme parks, Wild Wild Wet is a fave of families and Easties who dig the colourful slides and iconic lazy river. The usual entry fee of $32 has now been waived, so you can lounge about with your buds for a splashing good time.

Redemption period: 27th May- 2nd June 2019

Limited to 1 Wild Wild Wet Day Pass per transaction. Valid only on date of purchase. T&Cs apply.  

 

7. Yeo’s – free Fusion Tea (250ml) (U.P. $2.40)

 

MyNTUC App - Yeo's fusion tea

Image credit: Yeo’s

Treat yourself to a bottle of freshly brewed fusion tea, which has low or no sugar and comes in refreshing flavours like Lychee Pu’er or as a classic Osmanthus Green tea.

Get this at all FairPrice Xtra outlets.

Redemption period: 13th-19th May 2019

Limited to first 1400 redemptions per day and 2 redemptions per eCoupon. T&Cs apply.

 

Get other massive discounts with the MyNTUC app

 

Sure, the above freebies are sweet, but what makes May Day absolutely a-may-zing are a mindboggling buffet of daily deals from over 50 brands. These run the gamut from travel to dining to beauty services, and there’s bound to be something up your alley. For instance:

Travel:

  • 10% off Taiwan hotels on agoda
  • $50 onboard credit for cabin bookings on Genting Dream Cruises
  • Up to 20% off airfares on Korean Air
  • $10 off KLOOK with minimum spend
  • Up to 25% off best available rate for 2-bedroom villas at Montigo Resorts, Nongsa
  • 30% off LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort

Dining:

  • 50% off selected teas at Gong Cha
  • 1-for-1 Sliced Cheesecake at Cat & the Fiddle
  • 1-for-1 Seasonal Iced Tea at DEAN & DELUCA
  • $1 Personal Pan Pizza (Classic range) at Pizza Hut with purchase of any beverage

Retail & services:

  • 70% off Deluxe Creative Brows service at La Vida™
  • 1-for-1 National Geographic Special Issue
  • Discounts on NTUC Health homecare, senior day care, and dental care services
  • $100 off Samsung Galaxy S10e/S10 & Galaxy Watch LTE 46mm

For the full list of deals that run from May till 30 June 2019, check this out.

And if you’re already an NTUC Union Member, all you’ve gotta do is download the app (iOS | Android ) and flash the eCoupons within to the relevant merchant!

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Find out more about the MyNTUC app and May Day promotions here


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