Get 50 Cents Off At Local Hawker Centres, All Polytechnics, ITE & 2 JTC Canteens By Going Cashless
Latest lobang of the town is in!
Just scan to pay. Get 50 cents off. It’s really that easy.
No, this strictly isn’t a sponsored post, but since the deal is too good to be true. We just had to share it with you.
Diners get to enjoy 50 cents off every time they make a cashless payment via their bank mobile app at selected makan places, with a minimum of S$2 per total transaction.
Yes, this applies to over 1,000 hawker stalls!!
Homegrown payment service group NETS will be extending their Go Cashless campaign by rewarding consumers with 50 cents discount when they pay using NETS QR code at eateries.
The promotion officially rolls out today and will be valid on every Wednesday till 29 Aug.
This campaign will be running at 30 hawker centres, including local favourites like;
- Maxwell Food Centre
- Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre
- Geylang Serai Market
Here’s the full list of hawker centres involved.
Students, don’t worry, you haven’t been left out of this.
All ITE & Polytechnic canteens will be participating in this round’s discounts as well:
In addition to 2 JTC canteens (JTC Summit and Jurong Industrial Estate).
Finally 36 coffee shops will also be taking part, these include;
- Gourmet Street
- Mr Teh Tarik Group
- Hai Zhong Bao
And all of the following:
Bank mobile apps which carry this promotion are:
- DBS PayLah!
- DBS/POSB digibank
- OCBC Bank Pay Anyone™
- UOB Mighty
A leap towards cashless society
The earlier edition of the campaign that ended in May saw overwhelming responses and a close to 500% increase in NETS QR code transactions.
Now, over 3,000 hawker canteens and hawker stalls accept this payment mode.
In an attempt to encourage more hawkers to install NETS terminals, NETS have also waived the transaction and terminal fees for them for 3 years.
As this city-state is moving towards becoming a smart cashless society, more stall owners are jumping onto the bandwagon by implementing contactless payments.
Hurry and try it out at one of the local food stalls today.
Don’t say bojio!
A 50 cent discount on a $2.50 plate of carrot cake is a whopping 20% discount after all.