Plan your budget or find the best deals with these apps.
While saving up might seem like a simple task, many youths struggle to do so.
It doesn’t help that dining out is not very pocket-friendly, and with the frequent tap of our credit cards, we are left wondering where our money went.
Not to fear, here are five local apps to help you stay on budget and enjoy great discounts.
Saving money is difficult because we may not be wary of what we spend on. Spendee is a personal finance app that helps you manage your bank account expenses.
By linking the app to your bank account, you can not only track your finances, but also analyse your spending habits with graphs and charts.
It even allows you to manage your family budget, so all finances can be tracked within the app.
Vaniday is an online marketplace where consumers can purchase beauty and wellness products.
It is also a platform that offers booking of beauty and wellness services like manicures and massages at a fraction of the price.
Cashback is also available when booking an appointment through the app, so 10 per cent of the purchase would be added back into your account. How great is that!
If you (and your significant other) love one-for-one promotions, then The Entertainer may just be your holy grail.
With over 2,600 food, beauty and attractions to choose from, you and your partner will definitely be spoilt for choice!
A $95/year flat fee is needed to enjoy the offer, but it’s worth it as it includes fitness, beauty and hotel offers that are exclusive to subscribers only.
If you’re looking to lead a healthier lifestyle while saving a bit of money, the Healthy 365 app by the Health Promotion Board might just be the one for you.
Users can sign up for the HPB National Steps Challenge where the number of steps you take or the intensity of exercises done will receive designated healthpoints that can be exchanged for sure-win rewards and vouchers to use on future purchases.
All you need is a fitness tracking device to pair with the app and start getting active to redeem vouchers!
Calling all party animals! Local app CHUG is a nightlife drinking pass for people to enjoy multiple drinks for a basic flat fee.
Subscriptions range from $19.90 per week for up to 30 drinks to $149 per year for up to 80 drinks.
Members can even get a free drink every day at participating bars and restaurants. You can even share it with friends to get the most bang for your buck.
Changing up your spending habits can be hard for some to adapt. But by integrating these apps to make saving money a tad bit easier – you can save more without missing out on all the fun.
Singapore’s first ever roving concept container hotel to open at Downtown East
Singapore wrestler Sean Tan makes winning debut in WWE NXT
Here’s how the inside of a Singapore prison complex looks like
Five things to do this weekend (Sept 17-19)
Shangri-La launches ice-cream-themed staycation in collaboration with Häagen-Dazs
10 Korean fashion online websites that will leave you spoilt for choices
Mind Matters: Five signs that someone you know may not be coping well with stress
New COVID-19 cluster forms at centre for adults with disabilities in Choa Chu Kang
Meet the Chinese dancer who overcame cultural barriers to show her love for an Indian classical dance
Miss Universe Singapore finalist Lila Tan shares her love for the beautiful game