Open Menu
Open Menu

Photo credit: YOUTHOPIA/ONG XYNTHEA

What to do with your SingapoRediscover vouchers before they expire on Dec 31

While the vouchers expire on Dec 31, you can still book and have your fun activities in the new year.

Alicia Ang
Alicia Ang

Strength: Memorising lyrics. Weakness: Having least 144 tabs open at all times.


Published: 28 December 2021, 12:45 PM

With 2021 being so uncertain, fun tours and leisure activities likely weren’t on the forefront of your mind. Because of this, you might have unredeemed SingapoRediscover Vouchers (SRV). 

That said, the vouchers expire on Dec 31, 2021 so if you don’t want them to go to waste you’ll need to spend them soon. 

Here are three ways you can use up your vouchers, without needing to make a last-minute commitment before the end of the year. 

1. Book your ticket in advance

Booking something while the deadline is less than a week away sounds stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. If you don’t have the time to visit in these last few days of the year, you can always book your ticket in advance. 

Klook, the main portal to view SRV-eligible locations, allows you to book a ticket up to three months in advance. This means that you can book something for a day and time you know you’ll be free to relax, instead of trying to cram it into your year-end schedule.

2. Book an open date ticket

If your schedule for the new year isn’t fixed yet, there’s an option for you too! Though many of the activities under the Rediscover scheme offer fixed date tickets, you can also search for ‘open date ticket’ or ‘open ticket’ in Klook’s search bar. 

This will narrow your options significantly, but these are all locations that offer more flexibility for your visit. Once you’ve booked your ticket, you can confirm the date and time of your visit on your own time with the individual vendors, instead of committing to a date before the end of the year. 

3. Book a ticket for someone else

Lastly, if your schedule is subject to change but you don’t want to waste the money, you can always spend your SRV on someone else. 

SRV are non-transferable, but if you search ‘Klook Cares’ into the search bar, you’ll see options to donate your ticket to the less fortunate. 

These include Singapore Flyer tickets for migrant workers, tours of Jewel Changi Airport for less privileged youths, and Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park trips for guest workers under the Alliance of Guest Workers Outreach. 

So if you haven’t spent your soon-expiring SRV yet, it’s alright. You can book them now and you – or some other beneficiary – can reap the benefits without worrying about time constraints.


You may like these

Top 10 Reads