Grocery Vouchers will be disbursed to less well-off Singaporeans

About 150,000 Singaporeans to receive Grocery Vouchers to help with household expenses

Since 1 October 2020, Grocery Vouchers have been mailed out to 150,000 eligible Singapore citizens. Announced in the Unity Budget on 18 February 2020, the Grocery Vouchers aim to help less well-off Singaporeans with their household expenses during this period of extraordinary economic uncertainty.

2Singaporeans aged 21 and above this year, who live in 1- and 2-room HDB flats, and do not own more than one property, are eligible for these vouchers. Each eligible household member will receive his/her vouchers individually.

3Each recipient will receive $150 worth of Grocery Vouchers in October 2020, and a further $150 in December 2020. Another tranche of $100 worth of Grocery Vouchers will be issued to eligible Singaporeans in October 2021. No application is required. Eligible recipients will receive the vouchers via registered mail at their NRIC-registered address in October 2020.

4The Grocery Vouchers can be used at participating supermarkets: FairPrice, Giant, Prime Supermarket, and Sheng Siong Supermarket. To support Singaporeans in leading a healthier lifestyle, recipients will enjoy up to 5% discount off all Healthier Choice Symbol products, capped at 5% of the voucher value, when making payment with the Grocery Vouchers at FairPrice, Prime, and Sheng Siong supermarkets. The vouchers are valid till 31 December 2021.

5To find out more about the Grocery Vouchers scheme, please visit go.gov.sg/csp2020 or call 1800 2222 888.

 

Ministry of Finance
10 October 2020