#61. S$6 Movie Tickets

Watching a movie is one of the best forms of entertainment in Singapore.

The cheapest movie tickets these days are those sold from Mondays to Thursday at the Cathay Cineplexes when you use your NETs or UOB card.   For senior citizens it’s just S$4.  I once watched a movie in Australia and the ticket was double the price. I think it might be even more now, so even though we can no longer get S$3 movie tickets, at least there are some good discounts.

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1 Response to #61. S$6 Movie Tickets

  1. Fiona Wang says:

    If you have the GV member card (which you can get one for free at Golden Village), you get to buy $6 movie tickets on every Tuesday! What an awesome deal! XD

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