Best Senior Citizen Elderly Discounts & Deals in Singapore

April 22, 2021 3 min read

We all love a good deal. Here’s a list of best deals and discounts in Singapore for you and your loved ones. So, embrace your age, and the discounts that come with it! 

Deals for Local Attractions

1. 30% Off Tickets to Wildlife Reserves Singapore (Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari, Singapore Zoo)

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Enjoy the great outdoors. Senior Citizens with a PAssion Silver Card can enjoy 30% off admission tickets. The table below shows the prices after deductions.

Jurong Bird Park

Night Safari

River Safari

Singapore Zoo

Senior Citizens

(U.P. $14)

(U.P. $20)

(U.P. $15)

(U.P. $6) 


Bringing your loved ones for a nice meal but worried they can't walk far?

Consider getting our Foldable Walking Canes which fit easily into your bag so you can take it out to use when needed.

For those who prefer two-handed support, try our Lightweight Walkers, designed to aid in walking. They fold easily when not in use and are free-standing so you can keep them by your side.



2. Gardens By The Bay

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Outdoor conservatories are free for all to enjoy. The cooled conservatories are at the following prices.

Singapore Resident Rate - One Conservatory
Senior Citizen (≥60 years old): $8 (U.P. $12)

Singapore Resident Rate - Two Conservatories
Senior Citizen (≥60 years old): $15 (U.P. $20)

Check out Grandma Lily roaming around Gardens by the Bay freely with our HappyWheels Travel Rollator!

3. Singapore Flyer

If you’re looking for something more relaxing, you can consider the Singapore Flyer! Take in the magnificent views of the city from up high, especially during sunset.

Best of all, senior citizens who are 60 years old and above get to enjoy cheaper tickets at only $24!

Outings can get exhausting if your loved ones are unable to walk for longer distances.

Consider getting our HappyWheels Travel Chair, a portable and compact wheelchair that is perfect for short trips.

For those who can still walk, consider our EZ Fold-N-Go Rollator, which is perfect for taking a rest anytime. 


Deals for Fun Activities

1. Discounted Movie Tickets

Watch the latest blockbusters with these discounted movie tickets at the following cinemas. 

Cathay Cineplex (link)

Golden Village (link)

Shaw Theatres (link)






Senior Citizens aged 55 and above.

Mondays to Fridays before 6 pm.


2. Senior Academy

Take part in a series of IT-related courses that are affordably priced. Some of the key-highlights are IT, skills based, and wellness courses.

The price for enrolment is as below:
$10 (PAssion Card Member) / $20 (Non-PAssion Card Member) for Singaporean/PR aged 50 and above.


Grocery Deals

1. Enjoy 3% Off Storewide at Giant on Tuesdays

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Head to Giant on Tuesdays! Senior Citizens aged 60 and above can enjoy 3% OFF STOREWIDE on Tuesdays. They can also earn PAssion TapForMore Points when they use a PAssion Card.


2. Enjoy 2% Off at NTUC Fairprice on Tuesdays

At NTUC Fairprice on Tuesdays, Senior Citizens aged 60 and above can enjoy2% discount with a min. Purchase of $200 per customer per day.


3. Enjoy 3% off at Sheng Siong on Wednesdays

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Not free on Tuesdays? Make Wednesday your Sheng Siong day! Every Wednesday, Senior Citizens aged 60 and above can enjoy 3% off with a spending limit of $200.

With all these promotions, growing older has a silver lining. Enjoy the special promotions meant just for you before it ends! What better way to embrace growing older than to enjoy life as it is?

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