Are you planning for your year-end trip? Klook is partnering with Citi Mastercard to launch weekly deals — S$60 off a minimum spend of S$300 — to popular destinations like Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam.
All you need to do is to apply the available promo code on activities in the destination during the valid period and check out with your Citi Mastercard credit card! Here are the promo codes released so far and their validity period.
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More destinations will be announced in the subsequent weeks. Citibank credit cardmembers can also enjoy other offers, such as up to S$50 off a minimum spend of S$300, 20 per cent off experiences, and 1-for-1 travel deals. The promo codes and details can be found here.
Here are some of the activities you can use the promo codes on.
Swedish defence products company Saab will set up a facility to manufacture its Carl-Gustaf M4 weapons system in India, a top executive said on Tuesday, as the company looks to ramp up production. The facility will begin production in 2024, Senior Vice President Gorgen Johansson told reporters at a news conference. Johansson declined to provide detail on the investment that the company is likely to make in the facility.
The Indian rupee sank to a new record low on Monday, following the pound's tumble and fears over more aggressive monetary tightening, with traders saying the Reserve Bank of India likely sold dollars to contain the decline. The rupee hit a record low of 81.5525 per dollar, down from 80.99 in the previous session.
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