If you weren’t one of the lucky few that scored tickets to the National Day Parade this year (the last one that will be held at Marina Bay for at least the next few years) or you just don’t like dealing with massive crowds, but still want to see some amazing fireworks, you’re in luck. Every Saturday evening, as part of the National Day Parade rehearsals, you can watch some awesome visual displays and fireworks. The rehearsals started last Saturday, but there are still three more Saturday rehearsals to go. Sounds like a nice way to spend a night out!
Category: Frugal Week Planner
In addition to the 40 Community Clubs and 3 Safra Clubs that will be screening the World Cup final match live (you can find a list of them here and here), you can also catch the game at 38 McDonalds outlets and at the newly opened Singapore Sports Hub with free parking at the Singapore Indoor Stadium carpark from midnight until 6am. (more…)
Why subscribe to the FIFA 2014 World Cup Pack offered by SingTel mio TV for $112.35 if you can watch the live screenings for free at 30 Community Clubs and 3 Safra Clubs? Besides, it’s much more fun watching with a bunch of other football fanatics anyway, even it it’s at the wee hours of the morning. There will even some fringe activities and a chance to make new friends and bond. Game day starts on June 13th at 4am. There are 64 matches during the month-long season of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The locations are as follows:
As ticket prices have recently increased in a couple of the cinema chains in Singapore, more and more people are trying to find good deals. Finding the cheapest option can be quite confusing since each chain has different pricing tiers, promotions, and terms. If you want to get a good deal (which I define here as $7 and under), I’ve created this easy-to-use chart that summarizes all the current promotions and the corresponding prices, valid for all of 2014 unless otherwise specified.