Last Updated on 2016-09-23 , 6:13 pm
Being a student gives you the liberty of spending at cost-saving prices without feeling the pinch of your wallet. Since the standard of living in Singapore is increasing rapidly, cost can sometimes be a limiting factor to some of your leisure activities. Thankfully, many restaurants, shops, and even entertainment outlets have incorporated such deals into their price list so that all students in Singapore (Yes, university students, you too!) can enjoy such irresistible deals – time to drag all your friends along to share the love!
Their Student Lunch Time specials is priced at S$9.50nett and you get to enjoy free-flow Iced Lemon Tea or Lime juice with mains like Sirloin Steak n Aglio Olio OR Chicken Chop n Aglio Olio OR Dory Fish n Chips OR Chicken n Sausage Marinara or Carbonara. I mean, who doesn’t love the Aglio Olio at Hot Tomato?!
Possibly one of the most popular and affordable places to enjoy a student meal. From only S$6.40, their student meals at available ALL DAY and you can enjoy mixing and matching the various baked pastas and rice, ingredients, and even their signature sauces! Plus, you even get an option of a buy-one-get-one-free top-up of the ingredients. Each student meal comes with a jar of Iced Lemon Tea and an ice cream dessert – without any GST or service charge!
When we think about pizzas, our minds will instantly drift to pizza hut. At S$5++ a set, you can enjoy their Student Happy Hour special that comes with a main/pizza + a free flow drink!
Smith’s Fish & Chips
Crowning themselves at Britan’s Authentic Fish & Chips, you can be the judge if that claim holds true with their daily student deals! At only S$7.90 nett, you can choose from either the Fish Bites or Chicken Supreme that comes with a cup of their promotional drink!
NUS/NTU/Republic Polytechnic students can enjoy 10% off any item from their drinks menu!
These promotions are open to all Primary, Secondary and Tertiary students in Singapore. This promotion is not valid on Public Holidays and the Eve of Public Holidays.
S$7 per ticket (2D movies) and S$9 per ticket (3D movies) before 6 pm from Mondays to Fridays.
$7 per ticket (2D movie) and $8 per ticket (3D movie) before 6 pm from Mondays to Fridays.
$6.50 per ticket (2D movie) and $8 per ticket (3D movie) before 6 pm from Mondays to Fridays.
Eng Hwa Cinemas:
$7 per ticket (2D movie) and $8 per ticket (3D movie) ALL DAY from Mondays to Wednesdays, before 6 pm from Thursdays to Fridays.
Party World KTV
Doesn’t get any better than this.
Universal Studios Singapore
From S$88, you get to enjoy 6 months of unlimited access to Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium or Adventure Cove Waterpark! Plus, you get priority entry during regular park operating hours, 10% discount at all retail and food & beverage outlets at Universal Studios Singapore, 10% discount off all Universal Studios Singapore event tickets and selected Resorts World Sentosa event tickets and many more. For more information about the benefits, you can visit:
We all love our Macbooks, Ipads and Iphones. If you are still a student and are looking for a trust laptop, you can head on in and stop at the Apple Education Store where you can get your tech devices at discounted prices! For more information, you can head on to:
Shop till you drop with the student discounts at Forever 21! From Sundays to Thursdays, students are entitled to 10% off with a minimum purchase of S$59. Time to rope in your friends for some shopping frenzy!
Fresh grads, you don’t need any experience to earn up to $4,200 with this “secret”:
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