Upsized and Extended: Fund Any Amount For S$140 Welcome Offer With Tiger Brokers

November continues to be a great month for deals: the Tiger Brokers promo has been upsized to offer you a choice of S$120 cash or S$140 eCapitaVoucher. All you have to do is to sign up below and fund any amount to qualify. If your first deposit is at least US$1,000, you get a choice of either S$180 cash or S$190 eCapitaVouchers and also get additional US$10 of Apple shares.

Promo details

Note that only the first deposit counts towards the promo requirements. After depositing your funds, you can also go on to do some buy trades for additional free shares.

Follow the steps below and make sure you read the terms and conditions.

Tiger Brokers

Until 11.59PM 2nd May 2024

ItemActionReward
1Apply for a Tiger Brokers Account and fill up SingSaver form (use your Tiger Broker account ID for application reference number)SingSaver: ⚠️ No form no reward!

Tiger Brokers: get US$6 voucher
2First deposit of at least US$1,000SingSaver: Choice of Apple AirPods 3rd Gen with MagSafe charging case (retailing S$274) or S$160 Cash via PayNow
3aFund your newly approved account and accumulate deposits of S$1,000 or more within the promotion period, maintain your assets for 30 days, and complete 3 new buy tradesTiger Brokers: Receive 1 sure-win lucky draw of shares worth US$20 to US$600

(At least US$20!)
3bFund your newly approved account and accumulate deposits of S$5,000 or more within the promotion period, maintain your assets for 30 days, and complete 5 new buy trades Tiger Brokers: Receive 3 sure-win lucky draw of shares worth US$20 to US$600 each

(At least US$60!)
3cFund your newly approved account and accumulate deposits of S$10,000 or more within the promotion period, maintain your assets for 30 days, and complete 5 new buy tradesTiger Brokers: Receive 6 sure-win lucky draw of shares worth US$20 to US$600 each

(At least US$120!)
1. SingSaver promo: Tap here for terms and conditions
2. Tiger Brokers promo: Tap here for terms and conditions

Last updated 18th April 2024

Fuss-free way: deposit and receive rewards

The easiest way to satisfy this promo for rewards would probably be to open an account and fund a dollar for easy S$120 cash or S$140 eCapitaVoucher. If you deposit at least S$300, you can get bonus US$10 worth of Apple shares. Go up to US$1,000 and you can get S$180 cash or S$190 eCapitaVouchers plus the same amount of Apple shares all without trading.

That’s a lot of rewards for very little deposit and effort.

Maximise the promo: deposit US$1,000 and trade

To get the max rewards from this, on top of getting the rewards of depositing at least US$1,000, you should do 5 buy trades from as low as US$1.01 each. This is easily done by buying fractional shares where the minimum value per trade starts from US$1 with no commission and just 1% platform fee (capped at US$1 per order).

This unlocks bonus US$30 Apple shares plus a share that is worth at least S$8.80 and can be as much as S$888.

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With easy requirements and upsized welcome offer, Tiger Brokers is a great addition to your list of trading apps to try.

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