TL;DR – Pro tip: Other than your favourite food outlets, these CDC vouchers can also be used at heartland merchants like dental clinics, hair salons and more!
Things are getting pricier, huh. Rising cost of living is fast becoming a key challenge for many, especially so for our lower-income families.
To help Singaporeans with rising costs, Finance Minister Lawrence Wong announced in Parliament last month that Budget 2022 measures will be brought forward. One of these measures was to bring forward the disbursement of CDC vouchers to mid-May 2022.
If you don’t know yet, every Singaporean household can claim Community Development Council (CDC) vouchers worth S$100 from 11 May 2022. Have you redeemed yours? 😀 These vouchers can be used at more than 16,000 participating heartland merchants and hawkers!
How to redeem your CDC vouchers:
To redeem the vouchers, one household member with a Singpass account can redeem the vouchers on behalf of the household. The link for redemption can then be shared with their family members!
For individuals without a mobile phone or digital devide, they can seek help from family members for assistance to claim the vouchers. Alternatively, they can also approach the nearest Community Centres/Clubs for assistance to print the voucher. They just have to bring along the notification letter, Identification Card (IC) and ensure that they have a valid Singpass account!
1: Visit go.gov.sg/cdcv and tap into CDC Vouchers 2022.
2: Log in using Singpass. Only one household member needs to do this on behalf of your household.
3: Receive your CDC Vouchers link by SMS. Forward the SMS to share vouchers with household members.
4: Tap the amount you want to use and show the QR code to a participating hawker or heartland merchant to scan.
Where to redeem
Enter your postal code or street name to search for the nearest participating hawkers and heartland merchants. CDC Go Where
Look out for this decal at participating hawkers and heartland merchants! Psst, this new tranche of vouchers, as well as the vouchers Singaporean households received in December 2021, will expire end of this year.