uSMART Promo: Get As Many As 2 Apple Shares!

Want free Apple shares? uSMART is giving away exactly that when you sign up for uSMART trading app, fund the required amount, and make just one trade of at least S$100. You can get as much as 2 free Apple shares which is worth a pretty penny, particularly now that markets are up from the recent downturn.

Each Apple share trades for around US$170, so you can get as much as S$450 of free shares from this! You also get $15 cash voucher just by opening an account.


First deposit: at least US$1,500 or US$10,000

Until 30th June 2024

15 days 10 hours 47 minutes 46 seconds left to grab this offer!

Register and open account with this link (if promo code is required, do enter n7m2on)Tap here for rewards and terms and conditions

Read/watch the review here

Promo analysis

Setting aside $50,000 for 2 shares of Apple is a great deal in my opinion. It’s more than S$450 in value, and you just need to maintain the $50,000 for 30 days.

If you don’t want to put aside that much money, a first deposit of S$2,000 gets you 0.5 Apple shares, and that’s over S$100 already.

Note that your first deposit must be at least S$2,000 / S$50,000 to qualify.

Do also check out other trading apps offering great sign-up gifts here.

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