New Year Promos: New Deals Starting and Old Ones Going Away

With the new year comes new deals which are great, but there are also a few excellent ones that are expiring soon. There’s still a limited time to grab some deals so read on for more details:

Trading apps

For trading apps, Webull has a new and upsized promo this month. Stay subscribed to the Telegram for promo analysis, but you can already see it over here. The long and short of it is that Webull has brought its excellent promo into the new year and it looks even sweeter now than ever before with 25 free shares for new users to sign up for the app and subscribe to Moneybull. With enough deposit, you can even get additional US$3,000.

Prosperus has also refreshed its deal, so check out the Trading Apps page for more details.

For old deals, moomoo has extended its Q4 2023 promo to 23rd January 2024, so there is still some time to grab that if you haven’t already done so.

Ending today (3rd January 2024) is Tiger Brokers’ S$190 Grab vouchers + free shares promo! Definitely an attractive deal that you should grab if you haven’t already done so. Stay subscribed for the latest updates.

Credit cards

Update: get all-time high S$388 cashback for signing up DBS LiveFresh or POSB Everyday card. Tap here to see details. Thanks to Sole guy for contributing.

If you qualify as a new cardholder to StanChart or OCBC, both deals are ending in a few days. DBS Altitude’s deal works even for existing cardholders!

Ending 14th January: StanChart Journey’s

Ending 31st January: DBS Altitude’s 37,000 miles promo

Tap here for more card deals.


Savings promos have been heating up over the past month or so, and these are the ones I find attractive.

Ending 14th January: StanChart Bonus$aver promo

Ending 31st January: CIMB’s promo

New this month is of course UOB’s earmark promo for Q1 2024.

Wallet apps

Kris+ has just launched a new Mastercard Challenge: get S$8 in KrisPay miles (1,200 non-transferrable miles) when you make a single transaction of at least S$80 in the app with a Mastercard.

This rebate is relatively weak compared to its previous promos, but it’s still a decent bonus to Kris+ earn rates and your credit card rewards. Also, this does not seem to have a cap on the number of users who would get the reward (unlike in November and December 2023), so that is a plus.


Remember to enter code W159000

New users

Get S$5 when you sign up with referral code W159000

Until 31st March 2024: spend 2 transactions of at least S$50 each with a Mastercard credit/debit card and get bonus 750 Krispay miles (S$5 rebate). Make sure to start the challenge first and this is limited to the first 2,500

Gives miles on top of your usual card rewards! Not a miles person? The miles can also be used as cashback. Get as much as additional 9 miles or 6% cashback! See the review here and check out the guide

Also, recently released iChange wallet app may be something to look at to in case you missed it when I talked about it a while ago.

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