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You Can Now Find “Tigers” At Tiong Bahru To Score Stock Vouchers, 1-For-1 Lunch & Free Coffee

Tiger Brokers What Would Tiger Do 2022

Investing takes a lot of work to get the hang of. From understanding what stocks are to going cross-eyed reading colourful graphs, it’s easy to see why most people turn to robo advisors for convenience. That’s why Tiger Brokers (Singapore) is making investing easy to pick up at their upcoming What Would Tiger Do (WWTD) event in 2022.

Happening on 8th – 9th January 2022, WWTD will have webinars and an Experience Store at Tiong Bahru where you can win prizes like stock and commission-free vouchers. You can also start collecting “Surprise Eggs” for a chance to win vouchers to local stores.

Collect “Surprise Eggs” online to exchange for discount vouchers

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Hunt for the golden eggs in the Tiger Brokers landing page and you might win prizes like 50 Tiger Coins
Images adapted from Tiger Brokers (Singapore)

It might still be quite some time until Easter, but you can go hunting on Tiger Brokers (Singapore) to collect golden surprise eggs. These treasure eggs don’t contain chocolate, but a plethora of prizes that include vouchers and Tiger Coins. Here’s a sampling of what you can get when you “crack” them open:

  • 50 Tiger Coins (reward points that can be redeemed on the Tiger Brokers app)
  • 30% off all services at Kiu Hair Gallery
  • 15% storewide discount at The Working Class
  • 10% storewide discount at Spin Paint House 

The eggs can also be collected and cracked open on the Tiger Brokers (Singapore) app every day from 20th December 2021 – 9th January 2022.

Go on a “Tiger Hunt” in Tiong Bahru

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Image credit: Tiger Brokers (Singapore)

Where’s Joe Exotic when you need him? Come 8th – 9th January 2022, Tiong Bahru will turn into a tiger park albeit without the ferocious felines. Instead, tiger mascots from Tiger Brokers (Singapore) will be hidden around the estate waiting for you to take a selfie with them. Here’s a hint for you: They’re outside some of the cafes and eateries mentioned below.

If you manage to find all the tigers around Tiong Bahru, you’ll get a shot at the claw machine that has prizes ranging from $50 to $100 stock vouchers, 888 Tiger Coins, some cute tiger-themed merchandise and commission-free vouchers for trading on the app.

You can also get an additional chance at the claw machine by completing a quiz at the Experience Store. Here’s what else you can do over the weekend.

Get free coffee and ice cream

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Image credit: @dripsbakerycafe

Those who have a Tiger Trade account can flash their membership at Drips Bakery Cafe and get a free cup of coffee and 50% off their second main*.

If you have a sweet tooth, you can drop by Tiann’s from 3.30PM-5PM for a free single scoop of gelato. It’s given out on a first come first serve basis, so you better be quick!

*Excludes the breakfast menu, sandwiches, and salads.

Score 1-for-1 food deals and discounts


Other eateries in the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood also have dining deals for Tiger Trade members.

Those with a penchant for warm comfort food can get 10% off all menu items at Old Shifu Charcoal Porridge. If your order is above $20, you’ll get a free hot drink to go with it too.

Cafe hoppers can also bring along a plus one to Chapter 55 to enjoy 1-for-1 lunch on selected items like pizzas and pasta. Cap off your foodie jaunt at Monument Lifestyle where they’re offering 10% off all coffee and tea.

Win claw machine prizes at the Tiger Experience Store

Members of Tiger Trade both old and new should definitely have the Tiger Experience Store on their itinerary. Located within Hatch Art Project on Yong Siak Street, this pop-up will have goodie bags up for grabs, aesthetic photo spots, and the aforementioned claw machine.

To keep with the theme, there are also plenty of tigers scattered around the experience store hidden in plain sight. If you can count or guess the number of tigers and caption the answer along with your pictures on Instagram and Facebook, you’ll stand to win Apple AirTags and Surprise Tiger merchandise.

P.S. university students can score a free networking lunch with Tiger Brokers (Singapore) and asset management firms like Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, UOB Asset Management, and Lion Global Investors by completing a special quiz at the Tiger Experience Store.

Address: 7 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 168644
Opening hours: 9AM-8PM, 8th – 9th January 2022

Get priority tickets to the Tiger Experience Store

Learn about investing with Tiger Brokers

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Image credit: Tiger Brokers (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Once you’ve had your caffeine fix and filled up on some porridge, it’s time to learn how investing works with Tiger Brokers (Singapore). Over the weekend, they are hosting a series of webinars covering topics such as the market outlook for 2022, fundamentals of investing, and advanced strategies for investing.

There are also plenty of speakers from esteemed institutions like DBS, Singapore Exchange, and REIT Association of Singapore. If this sounds like something up your alley, you can check out the webinars on the Tiger Trade app. Even if you can’t make it to the livestream, they can always be replayed on the app too.

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High achievers who want to start their investing journey on their own terms don’t have to do it all by themselves. With the upcoming What Would Tiger Do event, it’s an opportunity to ask all the questions you have and get them answered by industry experts.

Find out more about What Would Tiger Do here


This post was brought to you by Tiger Brokers.
Photography by Milim Tay.
Cover image adapted from: Tiger Brokers (Singapore) Ptd Ltd., @dripsbakerycafe

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