Everything You Need To Know About The Free SAFRA & HomeTeamNS Memberships For Family Members

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Have a SAFRA or HomeTeamNS membership?

Well, good news.

SAFRA and HomeTeamNS are launching exclusive family packages that have plenty of bang for the buck.

According to Senior Minister of State for Defence and Safra president Zaqy Mohamad, the new family membership schemes are aimed at promoting family bonding.

“Especially during this pandemic, where many are probably looking for places to spend family time together… our NSmen can use this opportunity to explore some of the facilities that we have across our Safra clubhouses.”

Read on to find out how the schemes help make the most out of your memberships.

SAFRA Family Scheme

Under the SAFRA Family Scheme, a principal member and first dependent can sign up or renew their memberships for two, five or ten years. The price ranges from S$80 to S$270 for principal members and S$40 to S$135 for first dependants.

Here’s the goody news: the second and subsequent dependents enjoy free memberships. They can be spouses or children under 20 years old.

Generally, registration for each dependent costs a one-time administrative fee of S$10. But, the fee is waived in conjunction with a special promotional period to mark the launch of the scheme.

The promo period runs for six months from now till 31 March 2021.

You can sign up here.

Do not that dependent is…erm, dependent lah. It cannot be your girlfriend or auntie, but the person must depend on you. Kind of.

SAFRA offers a myriad of indoor and outdoor sports facilities that are great for family bonding.

But enough about the men and women in green. How about people in blue?

HomeTeamNS Family Scheme

HomeTeamNS is automatically converting all existing members with at least one existing family member to the new scheme. If this applies to you, keep a lookout for an email or SMS notification soon.

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All principal members will receive a one-time auto-extension on their membership. The balance is rounded up to the nearest year.

Subsequently, the registered dependants’ membership validity periods will be extended to match that of the principal member.

Like the SAFRA scheme, second and subsequent dependants then get to enjoy free memberships. They can be spouses or children under 21 years old.

Similarly, there is a waiver on the S$10 administrative fee from now till 31 March 2021.

In addition, sign up or renew your principal and first dependent memberships before Dec 31 and stand a chance to win up to S$2,000 worth of prizes in the HomeTeamNS Family Grand Lucky Draw. Prices start from S$50 and S$20 respectively.

A 34YO "old-virgin" S'porean was desperately looking for a boyfriend and surprisingly, she really found one online. But the intentions of the man will make you cry. Prepare tissue paper to watch this video based on real events:

Just get the relevant certificates ready and register online here.

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