SAF Day 2023: 5 deals not to miss out on

This year’s deals include discounts to Wild Wild Wet and the return of Burger King’s ‘Bookout Bundle’.

Seif Umar

Certified football, Formula One and teh tarik addict.

Published: 30 June 2023, 4:49 PM

As part of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Day this Saturday (Jul 1), various deals will be offered as a token of appreciation to Full-time National Servicemen (NSF) and Operationally Ready National Servicemen (NSmen).

Celebrated annually since 1969, SAF Day reaffirms national servicemen and servicewomen for their loyalty and commitment to SAF and highlights the pivotal role national service (NS) plays in Singapore’s defence and security.

Here are five deals you might not want to miss out on this SAF Day.

1. Exclusive discount for Kodaline concert tickets

NSFs and national servicemen can enjoy 15 per cent off on Kodaline tickets as part of the SAF Day Special. 


After successful performances in 2015 and 2018, the Irish rock band will hold a third concert at the Star Theatre on Sep 5. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/KODALINE


The concert will feature the band’s latest releases such as Wherever You Are, Ready and Brother from the Our Roots Run Deep album as well as hits like The One, All I Want and High Hopes

Those interested to book tickets can do so via SISTIC and use the promo code “lamc15safra”.

The promotion applies to NSFs, NSmen and SAFRA members and is valid until Sep 5. 

2. Discounted prices for Cat & the Fiddle’s cheesecakes

NSFs, NSmen and SAFRA members looking to satisfy their sweet tooth can enjoy a 20 per cent discount on whole cheesecakes from Cat & the Fiddle.


NSFs, NSmen and SAFRA members looking to satisfy their sweet tooth can enjoy a 20 per cent discount on whole cheesecakes from Cat & the Fiddle.
Some cheesecakes offered by the outlet include those of local flavours such as Milo Dinosaur (U.P. $48.90) and Mao Shan Wang Durian (U.P. $58.90). PHOTO CREDIT: SCREENSHOT FROM CAT & THE FIDDLE WEBSITE


The promotion is valid from Jul 1 to Aug 31 and can be redeemed with the code “SAFRANSR”. It applies for both online and in-store purchases. 

3. Discounted entry rates for Wild Wild Wet

Between Jul 1 and Aug 31, local waterpark Wild Wild Wet will offer NSFs and NSmen a 20 per cent discount on off-peak passes (U.P. $26) and 10 per cent discount on peak day passes (U.P. $35).


Wild Wild Wet operates from 12pm to 6pm on weekdays, 11am to 6pm on weekends and is closed on Tuesdays. PHOTO CREDIT: WILD WILD WET


The promotion is only applicable for online bookings and requires a minimum purchase of two day passes from the same category. 

Those interested to book tickets can do so via Wild Wild Wet’s website and use the coupon code “WWWNS” during checkout.

4. Exclusive Burger King ‘Book Out Bundle’

Burger King’s annual exclusive Book Out Bundle will return for this year’s SAF Day. 

Priced at $15.50 (U.P. $23.60), this year’s bundle includes a Long Chicken Burger, a Double Fish Burger, a large Cheesy Fries and two small Iced Milo. 

Between Jul 1 to Aug 31, NSFs and NSmen can redeem the bundle using the promo code “NSBOOKOUT” at the self-service kiosks. 

The promotion is applicable to all Burger King outlets except Changi Airport (Terminal 1, 4, and Transit area 1,3,4) and The Woodgrove. No customisation to burgers or sides is allowed and any change of drinks may incur additional charges.

The deal is also valid for both dine in and takeaway and will run while stocks last. 

5. Free entry to EnergyOne Gym

Between Jul 1 and 7, EnergyOne gym will offer a free one week entry to all its outlets as part of SAF Day celebrations. 

National servicemen and SAFRA members simply need to flash their national service identification card (11B) or SAFRA Membership card at any EnergyOne Gym to access the gym for free. 


EnergyOne was awarded the National and Regional Winner for Gym of the Year at the Fitness Best Awards in 2021. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/ENERGYONE


All EnergyOne gym outlets are open between 6.30am to 10.30pm. 

Other SAF Day deals and promotions can be found on SAFRA’s website.

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