Stop, shop and go to Singapore

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It’s a points earning, rate locking, prepaid travel money card.

When you load via the Qantas Money mobile app or website, you can lock in the exchange rate3 on up to 10 foreign currencies4 - including Singapore Dollars (SGD). Buying SGD before you head off will give you peace of mind that even if the rates move up or down while you’re away, your pre-loaded currencies won’t. Meaning you’ll always know exactly how much money you have available to spend for better budgeting abroad.

Check out today's rate below. The handy currency converter tool will tell you how much AU$1 will buy if you load SGD within the next four hours.3

Whether it’s soaking up the arts and culture, exploring the city or just shopping up big, Singapore has it all. And for that, you’ll need to buy some Sing, SGD or Singapore Dollars. On a budget or a blow-out, experience it all with the convenience and peace of mind of the Qantas Travel Money prepaid card. It’s the card that lets you keep track of your spending, even if you’d rather not know…

Believe us, Singapore really packs it all into a small city. With so much to see and do, you can’t afford to waste any time in the currency exchange queue. Whether it’s a flying visit or a longer stay, make the most of it with the Qantas prepaid travel card.

Load it up and lock it in

The great thing about travelling with a Qantas Travel Money prepaid card is that you can lock in the exchange rate of your desired currency prior to traveling3 - up to 11 exchange rates at one time4. Meaning you’ll always know exactly how much money you have, even when visiting more than one destination. Even better, you’ll earn Qantas Points on the foreign currency you spend. All you need to do is load your money onto your activated Qantas Travel Money prepaid card, via the Qantas Money mobile app or website. You can choose from instant load, bank transfer, or BPAY®, whichever suits you.

There are eight banknotes and six coins (in dollars and cents) in use in Singapore.

SGD banknotes have braille code on them, so that visually impaired people can determine what note they are using. Interestingly, the AUD is only catching up in this space, with our new $10 note having similar tactile features.

Singapore Dollar denominations

Notes

$2, $5, $10, $50 and then the big boys $1,000 and $10,000

Coins

5¢, 10¢, 20¢ 50¢ and $1

See how it works. It’s easy.

  • Get your card
  • Activate
  • Load
  • Use
  • Manage
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Received your Qantas Travel Money Card. What now?

  1. Make sure you have your Qantas Travel Money card, address details, drivers licence and passport handy
  2. Log in to activate your card
Load your Qantas Travel Money Card

Load Travel Money

  1. Log in to the Qantas Money app or website
  2. Choose your currency (or currencies)
  3. Choose a payment method: Instant Load, Bank Transfer or BPAY®
Use your Qantas Travel Money Card

Use Travel Money

  • Use your card at ATMs or anywhere Mastercard is accepted2
  • Transfer money between currencies
  • Cash out leftover funds to your Australian bank account
  • Transfer funds to other Qantas Travel Money cardholders
Manage your Qantas Travel Money Card

Manage your account

  • Lock and unlock your card
  • View your card PIN
  • Set your default currency

Singapore

It’s the Lion City – now hear it roar! Singapore has always been a must-do destination. Experience the melting pot of cultures, from the temples of Little India to the tea-houses of Chinatown. When you’re done, chill out in the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Botanic Gardens, or spoil yourself with some retail therapy on Orchard Road.