From food promotions to fun date ideas, here are some Telegram channels to help you stay winning.
You may know Telegram as the platform that enables one to download and send stickers. But other than cute sticker packs, there are also many useful channels you can join for some exclusive information and deals.
Here are five Telegram channels every Singaporean needs:
With promo codes and deals for a wide variety of food, there is something here to satiate every palate.
They even have a bot (@kiasu_bot) where you can look up food promotions by location so that you can enjoy your favorite delights within minutes.
With more food choices at discounted prices, you’ll definitely be spoilt for choice!
Haven’t you heard, it’s cuffing season! If you have a special someone you want to impress, check out the wide variety of locations and unique date ideas listed on dateideas Singapore.
From romantic candlelight dinners to ambitious and sporty martial art classes, there is definitely something for everyone.
Suggestions are most welcome as well! If you have any ideas, feel free to contribute them here.
Most date ideas also come with food vouchers and other attractive deals. If you plan on paying on your first date, get your hands on these promotions to avoid burning a hole in your pocket!
Let’s be real, who isn’t at least a bit guilty of impulsive buying? If you have some pieces that you regret getting, Bhabie’s Market is your lifesaver.
This channel allows females to buy or sell their preloved clothing items. Listings are made from 2pm to 6pm daily with each user limited to one listing per hour.
Selling your preloved clothes is not only a great way to earn some extra cash, you are also doing good to the environment with this eco-friendly habit.
If you are a big fan of Brandy Melville, which unfortunately closed down in September last year, get excited as there are occasional listings of some highly sought after Brandy pieces at reduced prices!
One of the many perks of being a student is the student promotions!
SG Student Promos compiles the best value-for-money student deals so you and your friends can maximise that low budget after school, before heading home to do more studying.
Not limited to just food, they also list promotions for electronic devices, transport, shopping, haircuts and mobile data.
Don’t forget to bring along your student card!
As its name suggests, this channel provides many internship listings across various industries, such as marketing, media, engineering, design, IT and even F&B.
Though the commitment period varies for each company, most of the job listings require a minimum commitment of three months. For those seeking a longer internship of three to six months, this is the ideal channel for you.
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