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More time for Singaporeans to use free ActiveSG$100 credits

SINGAPORE — Singaporeans who signed up for ActiveSG last year will now have an additional year to utilize their free ActiveSG$100 credits.

Ms Sim Ann at the ActiveSG U21 Ultimate Frisbee Competition held at Yio Chu Kang today (Nov 28). Photo: Sport Singapore

Ms Sim Ann at the ActiveSG U21 Ultimate Frisbee Competition held at Yio Chu Kang today (Nov 28). Photo: Sport Singapore

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SINGAPORE — Singaporeans who signed up for ActiveSG last year will now have an additional year to utilise their free ActiveSG$100 credits.

Those who signed up in April 2014 can use their credits through the end of 2016. They were originally due to expire on Dec 31 this year.

Newer members who signed up this or next year are also given a year more to use their credits, so long as they make at least one transaction during the validity period.

The ActiveSG sports movement was launched last year with free credits for members to book sport facilities or sign up for programmes at ActiveSG Sports Centres islandwide.

So far, over half a million Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PRs) have utilised their ActiveSG credits for transactions such as purchasing swim and gym entry passes.

Sport Singapore provided these figures today (Nov 28) when it announced the extension of validity for the ActiveSG$100 credits issued in April last year.

Speaking at the ActiveSG U21 Ultimate Frisbee Competition today, Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth Sim Ann said she was heartened by the response of nearly a million signups since the launch last year.

“Through ActiveSG, we want to encourage Singaporeans from all walks of life, regardless of age, skill level or physical ability, to lead an active and healthy lifestyle,” Ms Sim said.

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