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Birthday Treats

Time really flies, I'm getting older by a year in just a few days time! As it is my birthday month, I tend to look out for exclusive offers for some savings. You know, with inflation and all, you can't get much with $25 these days (probably just one week of transport or 2 movies or 7 meals at food centre). I know I sound like an auntie but you got to save while you can! :p

I noticed there's hardly any sites that give you a full list of birthday treats for your special birth month so I'm compiling those that I know. It will be separated to 2 sections for easy reference. If you wish to add on to this list, do leave a comment too. Sharing is caring :)

No membership needed
1. Shin Minori (register before 15th Jan to enjoy this offer!)
A free ala-carte lunch buffet on your birthday.
2. River Safari, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park
Free entry on your birthday, 10% off retail + F&B and Complimentary Ice-cream

Membership required
1. Golden Village (free membership)
1-for-1 movie tickets on your birthday month

2. Cathay Rebel (free membership)
1 free movie ticket on your birthday month

3. Watsons ($5 for lifetime membership)
5x points for the first spending on your birthday month

4. The Body Shop
1 time 20% off on your birthday month

5. Sushi Tei ($88 for yearly membership)
20% off dine-in on your birthday month


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