FREE Cable Car Sentosa Line Ticket Daily for NTUC Members!

While the great S$3 Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line promotion for local residents is going viral these days, few know about an even better deal. What’s better than an 80% discounted ticket? 100% discount of course!

This unbelievable NTUC promotion has strangely gone unnoticed by pretty much almost the entire nation, and I’m pretty sure some NTUC Members have excitedly purchased the S$3 Cable Car Sentosa Line local resident ticket as well, not realising about being eligible for a free ticket.

Well, I’m here to let you know, after my Sentosa Island Bus Tour tour guide had informed my group about this promotion, that NTUC Members get a FREE Sentosa Line round-trip ticket every day! Each NTUC Member gets one (1) card redemption per day per transaction.

(Despite being a free ticket, the actual paper ticket still reflected the original S$15 value.)

The FREE Sentosa Line redemption is only applicable at Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line stations only (Merlion, Imbiah Lookout or Siloso Point station) from the NTUC website, though it was possible to get my ticket at the Sentosa Cable Car Station on the Mount Faber Line.

(Thank you, Wilson, for your generous offer!)

Just give the counter staff your NTUC member card, and last 4 digits of NRIC when asked.

NTUC Members can also top up S$10 per pax to upgrade from the FREE Sentosa Line (Round Trip) ticket to the Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass (Round Trip) to cover the Mount Faber Line as well. Which if you look at it from another angle, actually means that the Mount Faber Line costs S$10 for NTUC Members after taking the free Sentosa Line ticket. I see this as an absolute win from any angle other than getting the Faber License.

This FREE Cable Car Sentosa Line NTUC promotion is valid from 1 September 2020 to 31 March 2021.

NTUC Members can now treat the Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line as if it is a free shuttle bus around Sentosa!

View the full details about the FREE Cable Car Sentosa Line Ticket for NTUC Members here.


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