There is got to be some connection between food and Singaporeans. In the previous series, how to save up to 50% when dining with eatigo, we noticed a lot of friends enquire more of how to use the vouchers at Cold Storage and at Starbucks.
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I met a friend over the weekend and he mentioned that he was saving money for his marriage. I was curious how he was able to amass such wealth in a short period of time. He is a typical salaried worker who takes home around S$2500 a month after CPF deductions. To my horror, his saving strategy is to eat S$2 chicken rice for lunch and dinner. He also mentioned that he have not gone out on a date for a long time. While, that is a temporary lifestyle, it must have been terrible. (I’m sure he is not a fan of chicken rice anymore. Anyway, this is a timely read on how to not lose money and also about financial planning (singapore))
Today, I’m going to share with you one App that guarantees up to 50% discount when you dine at their restaurant. This is to satisfy all foodie in all of you out there. Introducing……
It works in a very simple way, all you got to do is the 3 steps below.
- Pick your favorite restaurant
- Choose your time and discount
- Receive the confirmation via SMS and Email
If you are clueless about where to go for a date, or want to have discount on your bill. This is the right App for you to use.
You will always have date ideas. You will always have discount and of course, you will on the right track for saving money. Have fun, play with the app, go to your play store and download Eatigo.
I have been saving lots of money just by using this App. Like all things, if you overdo it, it will not be beneficial to you.
Feel free to leave comments below or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to know more about this unique way of saving money. If you like this article, stay tuned to part 3 of free lunches by The Financial Consultant’s Adviser.
You can read more information about me at The Financial Planner (Singapore). The consultant has no vested interest in this article.
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