Enhancements will be introduced to make it easier for Singaporeans to use the vouchers.
The SingapoRediscover Vouchers scheme will be extended till the end of 2021, with enhancements to be introduced to make it easier for Singaporeans to use the vouchers.
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) said in an announcement on Friday (Apr 30) that the scheme, which had been due to end in June this year, will now end on Dec 31.
Products which are valid from Jul 1 onwards can be purchased from June.
Introduced in December last year, the scheme saw every Singaporean aged 18 and above given $100 worth of credits, which can be redeemed online through authorised booking partners for staycations, attraction tickets and tours.
From the third quarter of 2021, citizens who can’t access their Singpass accounts can redeem their vouchers using their NRICs at more than 30 community clubs and community centres.
Authorised SRV ambassadors will scan their NRIC using a scure Government mobile application, while staff from authorised booking partners will assist with booking SRV-eligible products.
STB will also enhance the SRV website to make it easier to search for SRV-eligible offerings. The enhancement will allow the website to feature more monthly deals from all five authorised booking partners and information on the various SRV donation drives.
STB is also in discussions with various attractions and booking partners to provide SRV redemption counters at various locations.
“STB will continue to enhance the redemption process, including working with attractions to make it easier for users to book time-slots for their products,” said STB.
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