Birthday Deals So You Won’t Go Broke While Celebrating Your Special Day
Dreading the arrival of your birthday ‘cos it also means spending loads of your hard-earned cash?
We feel your pain, but you need not worry about that any more.
Here are 8 birthday deals so you won’t break your bank while celebrating your birthday:
1. Singapore Zoo (Only for Resident and PR)
What better way to start your birthday off than to pay a visit to our world-class zoo?
Main attractions in the zoo include the highly endangered white tiger. But newer attractions like the Rainforest Lumina‘s pretty engaging too.
Using multimedia elements to showcase the beauty of the rainforest, this new exhibit is sure to provide you with a highly interactive experience.
Best of all, you can visit these and more for FREE during your birthday!
Simply visit the Zoo within 7 days of your birthday, and bring along another paying guest.
Time to embark on that uniquely wild adventure with your bae, like Tarzan and Jane in Congo.
Do note that promotion’s only for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PR).
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Opening hours: Opens everyday, 8.30am – 6.00pm (last entry: 5.30pm)
Website: Singapore Zoo
2. KOI Cafe
In case you haven’t heard, recent research showed the typical Singaporean body consists of 60% milk tea, and 40% pearl.
Because of that, if there’s one thing that bonds us all, it’s that sweet, frothy cup of bubble tea.
As a birthday gift, KOI’s offering not one, but TWO cups of free bubble tea to its members.
Redeeming these cups of bliss really doesn’t get any easier. Sign up as a member at any KOI outlets, and verify your account online. Afterwards, head back to any of its 49 outlets islandwide, and present your membership to redeem your complimentary cups of milk tea.
On a diet, you say? Come on la, there’s no point resisting. Our love for bubble tea is as primal as our need for to be kiasu.
3. Sumo Bar Happy
While birthday are joyous occasions for most of us, those who are hell bent on remaining young dread the fact that they are another year older.
But at Sumo Bar Happy, birthday celebrations are ALWAYS worthy of celebration.
Located just a stone’s throw away from Bugis MRT, this ramen bar and izakaya offers free slices of salmon sashimi for birthday patrons, corresponding to their age.
For example, a 25-year-old celebrating his birthday will get 25 slices of salmon sashimi on-the-house.
That said, terms and conditions do apply. So do give it a read before heading down!
Address: 261 Waterloo Street, #01-24 Waterloo Centre, Singapore 180261
Opening hours: Closed on Mondays.
Thurs-Fri: 12.00-2.30pm, 5.30-10.30pm
Website: Sumo Bar Happy
4. Shin Minori
If variety’s important when it comes to your sashimi, Shin Minori — a Japanese buffet restaurant is offering a
steal promotion for you boys and gals during your birthday month.
Simply fill in your details here, bring along at least one paying adult on the day and you’ll get an ala-carte lunch buffet FOC.
With 6 different types of sashimi, including tuna, swordfish, and yellowtail, “sian” will never be a word that’ll cross you mind.
As if that’s not enough, Shin Minori also offers sushi, handrolls, and grilled food. Needless to say, even the pickiest of eaters will find something suitable for their palette.
Shin Minori (UE Square): 81 Clemenceau Ave, #03-15/16, Singapore 239917
Shin Minori (Katong Square): 88 East Coast Road, #02-08, Singapore 423371
Mon-Sat, Eve of Public Holidays: 11.30am-2.30pm, 6-10.30pm
Sun, Public Holiday: 12-3pm, 6-10.30pm
Website: Shin Minori
5. Hakata Ikkousha Ramen
If you have a weak stomach that forbids you from going anywhere near raw food, Hakata Ikkousha Ramen has got you covered.
Similar to Sumo Bar Happy’s concept, Hakata Ikkousha offers customers free gyozas that corresponds to their age.
Renowned for its tonkatsu ramen, Hakata Ikkousha also allows customers to customise their bowl of ramen, from the texture of noodles to the “heaviness” of the broth, you’re sure to get a bowl of ramen that’s perfect for you.
Tanjong Pagar: Apt/Blk 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #01-104B, Singapore 081007
CHIJMES: 30 Victoria Street, #F1-07, Singapore 187996
Website: Hakata Ikkousha Ramen
6. The Boiler Seafood Bar & Beer
If you’re a Seafood lovers like 99.9% of the world is, you’re in for a treat!
Visit The Boiler, a restaurant that specialises in Louisianan-style seafood during your birthday month, and get a lobster free-of-charge.
You heard that right, a.whole.freaking.lobster.
All you have to do is order the Boiler’s Bombdiggity Bag ($149++), which contains crabs, prawns, mussels, clams, sausages, corn and buns.
Don’t be intimated by the price tag tho, for this monstrous bag of seafood can easily feed 4 hungry seafood lovers. Pretty good value eh?
Also, remember to reserve your spot through this website, and indicate that you’re redeeming a “birthday month lobster”
Promotion ends 31 Dec, so head down fast!
8 Raffles Ave, #01-13A Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
18 Howard Road #01-06, Novelty Bizcentre, Singapore 369585
Mon-Sun: 11.30am-2.30pm (Lunch) , 5pm-10.30pm (Dinner)
Tue-Sun: 12pm-2.30pm (Lunch), Mon: Closed
Sun-Thu: 5.30pm – 11pm (Dinner)
Fri & Sat: 5.30pm – 12am (Dinner)
Website: The Boiler Seafood Bar & Beer
7. Imperial Treasure Group
If you have parents that die-die need to eat Asian food, then Imperial Treasure’s birthday deal is the perfect one for you.
All you have to do is sign up as an Imperial Treasure member here, and you’ll receive a $100 birthday e-voucher every year.
Do note that the voucher’s only valid in your birthday month, with a minimum spend of $280.
With 14 restaurants under its umbrella, each with their own specialty cuisine, you’re sure to find one that’ll suit your family’s taste.
For more details, head on over to their website here.
8. Coca Restaurant
Let’s be honest here, — nothing beats having a steamboat with your family, where conversations take place over bubbling broths.
If that’s not reason enough, Coca’s offering customers a complimentary Thai steamboat buffet during their birthday month, with every 3 paying adults.
Note: Promotion not valid on the eve of and on Public Holidays, as well as ‘special occasions’.
Unlike Chinese mala steamboat that has gained popularity of late, ‘suki-styled’ steamboats are lighter, mostly consisting of a clear chicken broth and a relatively spicy tom-yum soup.
Must-trys at Coca include its fish glue, meat balls, and its signature dipping sauce — a 50-year-old family recipe that comprises coriander, Thai sweet chilli and fish sauce.
Ngee Ann City: 391 Orchard Road, #04-23, Singapore 238872
Kallang Leisure Park: 5 Stadium Walk, #02-01, Singapore 397693
Opening hours: 11.15am-10.30pm, Daily
Website: Coca Restaurant
Faster jio your friends now
With all these birthday lobangs in store for you bargain hunters, how can you possibly say no to your friends who are eager to celebrate your birthday with you?
Do you know of any friends who’s celebrating their birthday soon?
Hurry and tag them below in the section to jio them!