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Dining lobang - dine at 50% off plus get rewards when you make reservations?


Good lobang must share!

Ever since I discovered Chope, my partner and I have been using it as a fuss free way to make reservations at restaurants - no more waiting for the restaurants to pick up my calls! Not only is it more convenient for me to book a seat at popular restaurants, with every reservation, I could earn 100 chope dollars!

And the first 400 chope dollars allow me to redeem for a $10 voucher to offset my bill at a wide list of restaurants such as 49 seats, Standing Sushi Bar, Yum Cha and more (just listing my frequent dining places hoho)


If you are new to Chope, sign up with this link to get 300 Chope dollars on your first reservation and I'll get 300 too! With just one more reservation at 100 chope dollars, you'll be able to redeem a $10 voucher, or you can choose to accumulate for more!

The good thing doesn't end here. Other than using it to make reservations, we have also been purchasing Chope vouchers to dine at a steal 😆such as this $20 valued-meal at Tim Ho Wan for only $10! That's 50% off our meal ok! My partner and I had a good tea break during our off day recently heehee
I've been looking through all the 50% off vouchers and planning date nights with my partner and family since we love to explore and eat! Definitely counting down to 6 Dec for more voucher lobangs!

Also, updated this into my tips on how I save money when dining out which I blogged about 1 year ago! 😱

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