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Changi Dollar Voucher Worth $40 When You Transit through Singapore - Singapore Airlines, Silkair

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Redeem a Changi Dollar Voucher (CDV) worth S$40 when you transit through Changi Airport on Singapore Airlines or SilkAir customers whose point of origin, as stated in their e-tickets, is either Europe, Africa, China (Mainland), India, Indonesia, Australia or New Zealand.

  • E-ticket numbers beginning with 618, 629 or 086
  • Valid until 31st of March 2016
  • Claim at the iShopChangi Collection Centres which are situated near the GST Refund counters
  • Present your passport and E-ticket to claim
  • Receive 2 x $20 CDV's

The $40 CDV will be distributed as two $20 CDVs.

• The first of the S$20 CDVs is valid for one-time use at all retail, food and service outlets located at the transit and public areas excluding outlets indicated in the Exclusion List. It can also be redeemed for one-time access to Ambassador Lounge at Terminals 2 and 3 for up to two hours. Lounge usage includes showers with basic toiletries, light refreshments, free flow international reading materials, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi.
• The second of the S$20 CDVs is valid for a one-time use to redeem Liquor, Tobacco, Perfumes or Cosmetics purchases only.

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  • -1 vote

    Interesting deal…

    • +5 votes

      It has been there since few years

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        Edit:
        Does that mean they'll have another one valid after 31 March 2016 ?

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          I'm hoping they continue it again, flying with them in April.

          They have been doing this promo continuously for years now.

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    This has been there for about 2 years now. Surprised that it wasn't posted on OZB.

  • +3 votes

    Great to be reminded of this.

  • +6 votes

    Crappy that they split it.. Used to eat eat eat eat at the terminal. Now only sgd20 to use shop can only eat eat

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    Just beware that you may have to line up for up to one hour to get the vouchers, and then if you are buying alcohol, you need to make sure to buy it at least 90 minutes before your connecting flight is boarding. This effectively means you need to have about 3 hours stopover in Singapore to be able to make use of these vouchers to buy alcohol. I got caught out as my stopover was less than 2 hours, so ran out of time…

    • +8 votes

      Just beware that you may have to line up for up to one hour to get the vouchers

      I was at Changi last Monday at about 9.30pm. There was only one person ahead of me, I waited about a minute.

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        You got lucky, or maybe I got unlucky! I have used it twice and had to wait close to one hour both times!

        • +4 votes

          You were unlucky. Last couple of times was under 5 minutes.

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          @gevidian:
          Hey mate, can you get this email even if you have a stopover for a few days in Singapore

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          @dealman:

          I've previously redeemed these vouchers after a stopover of three days if I recall correctly. I was all booked through on one booking though.

          My wait was also about two minutes to get the vouchers.

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          @PugHugger:

          Thank you, Will update my family who are now there on a stopover, Same ticket booking.

    • +5 votes

      I have done this around 15 times in the last 3 years. my max wait time has been 10 minutes. you can pick it up outbound and spend it homebound. you can also store them up and buy higher value items. you can stack multiple vouchers over several trips. instead of waiting 1 hour in a queue - you could have caught the internal train to the other terminal and collected the vouchers there. even thought this has been running for multiple years, its not well known. I often let passengers sitting next to me know about this. they are usually stunned. and follow me to collect their free money :-)

      • +1 vote

        Thanks onemesh: "you can pick it up outbound and spend it homebound"
        Good tip, I will do that next time.

        • +1 vote

          also try the other terminal if you see a big queue. terminal 2 and terminal 3 have the vouchers. it take about 10 min between terminals. terminal 1 is no good as SIA does not fly from there so they don't have the vouchers.

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      Used it twice in the last few months and only waited about 5 minutes max! But yes it is good to remember the 90 minute limit for purchasing duty free as they transport the liquor to the gate for you.

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      Yeah, mine took only a couple of minutes too

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    Every time you watch my show, I will send you… forty dollars!

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    Can this be used with virgin as code share?

    • +1 vote

      I don't think so. Only if E-ticket numbers begin with 618, 629 or 086.

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      Can confirm that it can't.

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    Is it worth using this if you already have lounge access due to FF status? Can I spend it on items rather than food?

    • +1 vote

      Last year, I was able to use both S$20 CDVs to get S$40 off on perfumes and my friend used both his CDVs (S$40) on liquor.

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      As stated in the description:

      The $40 CDV will be distributed as two $20 CDVs.

      • The first of the S$20 CDVs is valid for one-time use at all retail, food and service outlets located at the transit and public areas excluding outlets indicated in the Exclusion List. It can also be redeemed for one-time access to Ambassador Lounge at Terminals 2 and 3 for up to two hours. Lounge usage includes showers with basic toiletries, light refreshments, free flow international reading materials, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi.
      • The second of the S$20 CDVs is valid for a one-time use to redeem Liquor, Tobacco, Perfumes or Cosmetics purchases only.

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    Are there any vouchers for Hong Kong Airport?

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      hahah.. right… :)

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    Thank you so much, just about to board in 5 hrs.

    • +1 vote

      Just transiting via Singapore. It took under 15 minutes for me. Lucky I am transiting through the same terminal. Bought 2x1.14L Chives Regal and cashed in the whole $40 in the same transaction. Cheers mate!

  • -2 votes

    For info, even infants are eligible to receive this :)

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      Really? The terms state that children must be >=2

      "Children must be above 2 years old at the point of ticket issuance and have their own seat, which means that their seat is not shared with their parent / guardian."

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      No they can't. They must have their own separate seat. You may get a lazy rep that doesn't look very closely but I've not had any success out of 3 attempts playing dumb "just in case" :-)

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        Our 1.5 year-old received a voucher. Just saying.

  • +1 vote

    Damn flying with SIA in April :( miss out by a week. Chance of it being extended?

    • +2 votes

      Fairly high - deal has been rolled over continuously for the last couple of years..

    • +1 vote

      They've been extending this for like two years…

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      Cheers. Fingers crossed it continues.

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    Flying through on Saturday night and only change over the flight within the hour.. but not sure if I have enough time to pick it up and shop with it..

  • +1 vote

    Anyone tried with Scoot tickets?

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      Also wondering this - anybody? I fly in with scoot next month, and out the next day with Singapore. Morally I feel eligible (Both companies part of/owned by Singapore Air), but the rules do only seem to state Singapore and their regional carrier silkair, plus I can't find the ticket number for my scoot booking…

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        guess one of us has to find out and report back!

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      Worth a try, although the T&Cs do explicitly say "Singapore Airlines and SilkAir customers" which is not a no, but definitely not a yes either.

  • +1 vote

    Am I the only one who at a glance thought this was some kind of beer currency?

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    This is awesome, Changi airport has lots of place where you can spend this voucher. Lots of decent food court as well, I wish Melbourne airport is like that.

    Anyway regarding the voucher, if you plan to spend some on food court ensure to ask them first if they willing to accept voucher because I have found some sellers do not accept this vouchers as a method of payment. (majority do though)

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    Beware of the lines, when I reached Changi at about 1am, the line was approximately 15 people.

    At 7am, the line was over 60+. So it all depends if you get lucky with the timing.

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    reckon you could redeem this if your ticket is a krisflyer point redemption?
    I suppose they don't know how it was paid for when you go to collect your $40 voucher?

    • +2 votes

      Yes. I have done this before.

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    Does anyone know whether changi airport food courts take credit cards? May end up using the voucher for lounge but might still need more food.

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      Credit cards at food court - if memory serves - NO.
      But there are restaurants and fast food outlets that do - depends on which terminal you are.

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        I was there a year ago, and I think you could use card at Burger King? Can't remember if you could buy the food court currency using card or not…

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    Hey, if you have return ticket through Singapore, do you get $40 vouchers twice, once for onward journey and once for return journey?

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      No, you can only redeem it once

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    I have a 50min stopover(ADL-Singapore-BKK), and return leg is with another airline - not enough time to collect a voucher I'm thinking lol

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    I can confirm the voucher expiry date is now March 2017. Just picked mine up