Free Parking in Shopping Malls (Feb and Mar 2020!)

It started with Jewel giving free 3 hr parking with just $10 min spending, and CapitaLand followed with unlimited free parking with no min. spending.

Soon the other major mall operators have announced similar free parking promotions! 

We share the details below. 

#1: Jewel Changi Airport: Free Parking 3 Hrs

Enjoy 3 hr parking with a min. $10 spent, available on any day at any time at Jewel Changi Airport! Collect your free parking coupon from the L1 or L2 Concierge between 10 am to 9.30 pm.

Free Parking Limit: 3 hrs
Min. Spending: $10
Collection: Redeem from Concierge
Other Benefits: None

Also Read: Shaw Theatres Dreamers @ Jewel: The Movie Theatre for Families.

#2: CapitaLand Malls: Free Parking

Starting from 14 Feb 2020, there will be free parking at most CapitaLand Malls. There is no stated limited time or minimum spending, but limited to the following specific time-slots only (normal parking rates apply outside of these time-slots). Time-slots differ for each mall, and we highlight a few of below. 

  • Funan, Junction 8, Tampines Mall, Plaza Singapura
    • Mon to Sun and PH: after 6pm
  • Bugis+, Raffles City Shopping Centre
    • Sun to Fri: after 6 pm
    • Sat to Sun and PH: 6 pm - 8 pm

Free Parking Limit: Unlimited within specific time-slot
Min. Spending: No Min. Spend
Collection: None
Other Benefits: None

Also ReadFree Parking at 15 CapitaLand Malls | What to do for Families

#3: Free Parking + Play Redemption at Changi Airport

Enjoy 2 hour free parking at Changi Airport with min spend (limited to first 200 redemption daily) and redeem a $5 Changi gift card with $50 spending from 6 Mar 2020. 

In addition, this press release indicates that visitors may also redeem 2 play slots at indoor playground, PLAY! by KinderPlay and $20 credit at arcade Zone X with $50 spend. 

Free Parking Limit: 2 hours on weekdays between 10 am - 11 pm
Min. Spending: $50 ($35 for Mastercard)
Collection: Redeem on Changi Playpass first to collect from info counter.
Other Benefits: Additional Play Vouchers at PLAY! by KinderPlay and Credit at Zone X

#4: Free Parking Everyday @ Fraser Malls

Enjoy FREE parking everyday from 12 pm - 2 pm, and from 6 pm - 10 pm when you visit the following malls:

  • Bedok Point
  • Causeway Point
  • Changi City Point
  • Eastpoint Mall
  • Northpoint City
  • The Centrepoint
  • Waterway Point
  • YewTee Point

Limited time only, and prevailing parking charges apply outside of the free parking hours. 

Free Parking Limit: Unlimited within specific time-slots
Min. Spending: None
Collection: None
Other Benefits: None

#5: Free Parking @ UOL Malls

Enjoy free parking at UOL Malls with no min. spending required. The 1st hour is free at specific timings, and parking is free after 6 pm too!


  • Daily: 1st Hour Free (Between 8am to 6pm)
  • Daily: Free parking after 6pm to 8am

United Square & Velocity@Novena Square

  • Weekends: 1st Hour Free (Between 6am to 6pm)
  • Daily: Free parking after 6pm to 6am

Valid till 31st March 2020, prevailing parking charges apply for hours outside the free parking hours. 

Free Parking Limit: 1 hour free within specific time zone, Unlimited after 6 pm
Min. Spending: None
Collection: Redeem via Mobile App
Other Benefits: None

#6: Free Parking 2 Hrs @ City Square Mall

Enjoy free 2-hour parking (worth $3.60) daily with a min. spending of $30. Valid for both weekdays and weekends. Valid till 30 Aug 2020, limited to first 150 redemption per day. 

Free Parking Limit: 2 hour free 
Min. Spending: $30
Collection: Information Counter
Other Benefits: None

Time to head out and play! Let us know if you come across any other free parking promotions! 

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