Don’t Say Bo Jio: JC / University Students can now Ice-Skate for free.

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If you have been complaining about the heat in Singapore, here’s what you can do to move your feet instead of your mouth!

From 1 August to 31 August 2016, the  renowned Jcube Ice Rink will be open to students and staff from Singapore’s Junior Colleges, Millenia Institute and Universities for free! No longer needing to pay $14 to enter, you’ll get to skate in the ice cold rink away from the melting heat in Singapore’s weather.

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Simply show your school student card at the ticketing counter to enjoy this privilege. Though entry is free, rental of skate boots and sale of socks and gloves are not included. You’ll also get to enjoy free Salted Egg Yolk Fries from The Bomb Bistro when you spend at least $20 at J. Avenue in JCube.

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Do note that the promotion is only valid on weekdays, not inclusive of school holidays, eve and Public Holidays.

Limited to 250 skaters per day, for a maximum of 2 hours for admission per person, gather your friends and have fun on the skating rink now!

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