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IT’S A PRETZEL!

Written by Singlife | 26 Apr 2021 |

A certain salted dough food has it’s own day.
It’s definitely one that should not be missed.
They go great with cocktails some may say.
It’s time for us to celebrate that iconic twist.

Happy International Pretzel Day everyone!

Did you know that the pretzel was invented because Catholic Monks fashioned leftover dough to resemble crossed arms in prayer? They were then given to little children who learnt their prayers. It’s no wonder pretzels come from the word “pretiola” or “little rewards”. Here are three ways you can earn  “little rewards” with Singlife.

 

“I shifted all my savings into my Singlife Account in June last year, and while the daily return may not have been much, I made S$450 in returns in 2020.”

ImPRETZssive? Sign up for our waitlist here!

 

SALTY about falling Interest rates across the board?

“When Overall interest rates fell last year, I shifted S$1,000 of my savings to try out Grow, and I am now up 5% since last November!”

Wondering how Grow, our investment-linked policy is performing? Check out our March factsheet here.

 

“I am the rebate-junkie parent that discovered that I can pay for government services like car road tax (and school fees for some) which usually doesn’t give me any rebates, but now with the Singlife card I can easily get 0.5% bonus return on my Singlife Account.”

– KNOT bad!

So… How many pretzels are you getting today?


 

Note that the performance for your Grow portfolio is not guaranteed and the value of the units and the income accrued to the units (if any) may fall or rise.

All Singlife policies are protected under the Policy Owners’ Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC). Coverage for your policy is automatic and no further action is required from you. For more information on the types of benefits that are covered under the scheme as well as the limits of coverage, where applicable, please contact us or visit the LIA or SDIC web-sites (www.lia.org.sg or www.sdic.org.sg). This advertisement has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.