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Where to buy discounted tickets to Kidzania Singapore - Bumble Bee Mum

The kids and I have been somewhat obsessed with Kidzania.  When we were in Bangkok, we spent one whole day at Kidzania Bangkok from opening to closing.  Back in Singapore, we visited Kidzania Singapore 3 times in the past 2 weeks – mostly using MF and MY’s birthdays as excuses.

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Kidzania Singapore‘s admission fees have always been notoriously expensive.  The usual price for admission to Kidzania Singapore is:

Kid (4-17 years old): $58
Adult (18-59 years old): $35
Toddler (2-3 years old): $25
Senior (60 years and above): $25

Didn’t help that they recently introduced something called ‘Zaz Hour’, where you can pay $12 more (like $58 is too cheap) to extend your visit to Kidzania Singapore by an hour to participate in 2 activities from a list of 9 popular activities. Really, Kidzania Singapore? This is the best you can come up with to address complaints of long queues at the popular activities? Charging customers MORE to secure a slot to participate?

Kidzania Singapore Zaz Hour

Hey Kidzania Singapore, I have an idea.  Why don’t you make this Zaz Hour FREE for Honourable CitiZens? As your loyal supporter, I would feel much more motivated to bring my kids to Kidzania Singapore to collect more chops until they hit Honourable CitiZen level if that was the case.  Rather than having to pay $12 more for this.  Sheesh.

Okay, forgive my rant. Anyway, I can complain about how Kidzania Singapore is so money-face and all.  But at the end of the day, I’m still a sucker who cannot get over how cute my kids look in their uniforms at Kidzania.  And how happy they are every time we are there.  So yeah, take my money.

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But that being said, there is no need to pay full price when you want to visit Kidzania Singapore.  Below are some of the channels I know of where you can get discounted tickets to Kidzania Singapore.

Kidzania Singapore website

When you purchase tickets online on Kidzania Singapore’s website, you get 5% discount off the usual price.  So the price of the tickets become:

Kid (4-17 years old): $55.10
Adult (18-59 years old): $33.25
Toddler (2-3 years old): $23.75
Senior (60 years and above): $23.75

If you have a Maybank card, you can get 10% discount.  But this 10% discount is NOT on top of the above 5% discount.  i.e. If you choose the Maybank discount on Kidzania Singapore’s website, the price after 10% discount would be:

Kid (4-17 years old): $52.20
Adult (18-59 years old): $31.50
Toddler (2-3 years old): $22.50
Senior (60 years and above): $22.50

Two disadvantages I found from using Kidzania Singapore’s website are:

1) The need to specify date of visit

You need to choose the date of visit, and you can only choose a date from the next day onwards.  This means your visit to Kidzania Singapore needs to be pre-planned.  You can’t just wake up in the morning and decide, “Let’s go to Kidzania today!”

2) You cannot purchase adult tickets alone

In case you are wondering why anyone would need to do this, it happens when e.g. You won some tickets in a giveaway or lucky draw and you want to use those tickets for your children, or you managed to get Kid tickets at a promotional price (more on this later), so you would need to purchase an adult ticket for yourself.  On Kidzania Singapore’s website, you need to purchase tickets for at least one child together with the purchase any adult tickets.

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Check for ongoing promotions

Don’t forget to check Kidzania Singapore’s promotion page for limited-time promotions.

For example, from 16 Jan to 31 March 2017, they are having a ‘4 tickets for the price of 3’ promotion.  This works out to be only $43.50 per Kid ticket! And the tickets purchased are valid for one year, excluding public holidays.  However this promotion is valid for Kid tickets only, not adults tickets. (Bummer)  And there’s this term that says “Limited to ONE (1) ticket per admission per day”… which means what? If I bring two kids, only one of my kids can use discounted tickets? Then I wonder, if I use these promo tickets for one of my kids, can I still purchase discounted adult tickets for myself and my other child? Coz there is another clause that says “NOT to be used in conjunction with other offers, discounts or promotions.”  Zzzz…. Too confusing.

Also, from 16 Jan to 31 Dec 2017, they are having a ‘Silve Package’ where Seniors can get 50% off their ticket with the purchase of any kid / toddler ticket. Hmm… I wonder if I can persuade my mom to bring my kids there for me.

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Become a B.Kidzanian Member

Kidzania has a loyalty programme called B.Kidzanian and they MAY have promotions for members to purchase tickets at discounted rates. Maybe only okay? I don’t work in Kidzania Singapore so I can’t say for sure.  But last December, they had a promotion for members to purchase 4 tickets for the price of 3.

I don’t know if they will have this promotion again or other similar promotions on admission fees in future.  But it cost just $18 per child for the B.Kidzanian membership and it doesn’t expire until your kid turns 17 or gets tired of Kidzania, whichever comes first.  I am quite happy to have signed up for it, and the promotion above alone was enough to offset the $18 membership fee.  So if they have similar promotions in future, it would be a bonus for me!

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Klook

Klook Travel is selling discounted Kidzania Singapore tickets at the following prices:

Kid (4 – 17 years old): $49
Adult (18 – 59 years old): $31

It is possible to purchase adult tickets alone on Klook.  And while you need to specify the date that you want to visit at the point of purchase,  you can purchase tickets on the day itself.  You will receive a confirmation email and voucher instantly after booking.

The beauty of this is that your Kidzania visit doesn’t need to be pre-planned.  You can wake up in the morning and decide to go Kidzania that day, log into their app (iTunes | Google Play) to buy the ticket for the day and just flash the app at the check-in counter to go in.

I love Klook Travel after using them to purchase attraction tickets in Bangkok and Pattaya, and found them to be a highly reliable and convenient platform for ticket purchases.  However they are not the cheapest as far as adult tickets to Kidzania Singapore is concerned, as you will see later.

But hey! If you are new to Klook, you can use my discount code KLOOKBBM to get SGD5 off your first booking. So if you are purchasing at most two adult tickets, they will be the cheapest after the SGD5 discount. Yay!

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Weekend Go Where

Last year when MF’s school went for a Kidzania outing, the teachers told me that parents who wanted to tag along could purchase discounted tickets for themselves from Weekend Go Where.  But here’s the funny thing.  When I went to Weekend Go Where’s website,  and tried to search ‘Kidzania’, it didn’t give me any results.  But I managed to find this direct link to purchase Kidzania Singapore tickets from them.  Go figure.

Price of tickets from Weekend Go Where is:

Kid (4-17 years old): $49
Adult (18-59 years old): $29
Toddler (2-3 years old): $24
Senior (60 years and above): $24

The tickets from Weekend Go Where are open-dated for 3-6 months from date of purchase.  This is by far the best deal I have found for Kidzania Singapore’s ticket.   Just that I’m not sure why it is not listed on their website, which to me is a bit of a concern.  I haven’t tried purchasing from this direct link before.  If you do try it, let me know if it works okay? (If it doesn’t, let me know also.  But I’m not going to compensate you. Bwahaha…)

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BYKidO

If you have never heard of BYKidO before, you can read my post about how the BYKidO Pass works.

For BYKidO Pass holders, you can purchase Kidzania Singapore’s tickets at the following price:

Kid (4-17 years old): $49
Adult (18-59 years old): $29

Considering it is the same price as what Weekend Go Where is offering, I don’t suggest you sign up for the BYKidO Pass for the sake of buying Kidzania Singapore tickets.  But if you already have the BYKidO Pass for their other discounts, then you have the option of purchasing discounted Kidzania Singapore tickets through them.

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Do you have more lobangs?

Do you know of any other channels for purchasing discounted Kidzania Singapore tickets? Feel free to leave a comment to let us know.  I’m constantly on the lookout for lobangs for Kidzania Singapore tickets myself!

PS: Please don’t tell me Carousell, as I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the tickets being sold there.

Read more about Kidzania Singapore

> Beginner’s Guide to visiting Kidzania Singapore like a Pro!
> Intermediate Guide to visiting Kidzania Singapore like a Pro!
> B.Kidzanian – Kidzania’s Loyalty Program
> Review of our first visit to Kidzania Singapore

Information on Kidzania Singapore:

Address: 31 Beach View, Palawan Kidz City, Singapore 098008

Map: Click here for Google Map Location

Opening Hours:

  • 10am – 5pm daily
  • They have extended opening hours on certain (probably crowded) days.  Do check Kidzania Singapore website for actual opening hours by date.

Admission Fees: 

  • Infant (Under 2): Free
  • Toddler (2 – 3 Years Old): $25
  • Kid (4 – 17 Years Old): $58
  • Adult (18 – 59 Years Old): $35
  • Sennior (60 Year Old and above): $25

Tel: +65 6653 6888

Official Websites: Homepage | Facebook Page | Instagram

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Supposed to be a stay-home mom, but hates staying home. Definition of parenting is bringing the boys out for 'experiential learning' in Singapore, Japan and wherever else in the world her husband can afford to pay for.

5Comments

  1. Mummy Ed says:

    Haha! I love how you always write so frankly and I hope you will continue to do so. I have been avoiding Kidzania because I hate queuing and waiting, and the whole inefficiency of the concept (pretty sure for some stations they can run two groups partially concurrently). But I’m pretty sure I will be soon swallowing my integrity and begging them to take my money just for the sake of the kids. Dang it!!!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Oh, you have to call to check on the crowd level before going to avoid the queues. Last time I didn’t know that and went on days where my boys queued like crazy and could only do maybe 6 activities per visit? But ever since I found out we could call to check crowd level, I go on days where there is minimal crowd. One time I went when they said 200+ tickets sold, MF managed to complete 15 activities. Then on MY’s birthday, they said only 100 tickets sold that day, but MF could only go after school. But I reckoned it was still worth it because even though he arrived at 2pm, he managed to complete 7 activities in the 3 hours he was there. So ever since I found out how to avoid the queues, our visits have been very enjoyable and we’ve been going a lot more.. Lol..

  2. Rachel G says:

    I took my sisters to KidZania in KL last year and they had the best time! I know they’ll be hoping to visit KidZania next time we’re in Singapore, too. Good to know on the discounts–I’ve used Klook for other Singapore destinations but didn’t know KidZania tickets were on there now! Great!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      I’m so glad Klook added KidZania Singapore tickets to their booking platform too! I would love to visit KidZania in KL! But my husband is not confident of driving into KL city centre on our own. Hopefully I can find more friends to go along one day – safety in numbers?

  3. I’ve heard such mixed reviews of KidZania but the concept sounds like fun. Great tips on saving money on visiting! Thanks for sharing with #MondayEscapes

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