DBS and POSB Pop-Up ATMs for Chinese New Year in 2018 (CNY)! From 29 Jan – 15 Feb 2018 UPDATED 29 Jan 2018

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POSB new notes pop-up ATMs make highly-anticipated comeback – 36 machines will be rolled out across 27 community clubs islandwide

Customers can also reserve CNY new notes and good-as-new notes through online reservation

This Chinese New Year, DBS/POSB makes the withdrawal and collection of new and good-as-new notes a fuss-free experience with the return of POSB new notes pop-up ATMs and the rollout of an online reservation system on 29 January.

Starting Chinese New Year on the right note

To increase customer convenience, this year, POSB will roll out 36 new-notes ATMs in more locations – 27 community clubs islandwide, up from 22 in 2017. There will also be increased options to withdraw notes in different denominations.

Similar to last year, customers will be able to use their DBS/POSB cards to withdraw CNY new notes in sums of SGD 100 (SGD 2 x 50), SGD 300 (SGD 10 x 30) and SGD 500 (SGD 50 x 10). The bank will also make available for the first time, the option to withdraw cash in sums of SGD 200 (SGD 2 x 100), SGD 300 (SGD 2 x 50 + SGD 10 x 20) and SGD 500 (SGD 10 x 20 + SGD 50 x 6), reducing the need for multiple transactions.

This is the fourth year in which DBS/POSB is partnering with People’s Association to roll out the new notes pop-up ATMs, a service which is highly popular among Singaporeans. In 2017, more than 110,000 customers made use of it, with the majority getting their notes outside of banking hours or over the weekends.

All new notes pop-up ATMs are accessible 24 hours daily, except for one located at Chong Pang Community Club, which will be available from 9am to 10pm daily. POSB ambassadors will be on hand to guide customers at various new notes pop-up ATM locations from 29 January to 14 February, 9am to 9pm.

Community ClubAddressDistrictOperation Hours
Kreta Ayer Community Club28A Kreta Ayer Road
S(088995)
Central/South24 Hours
Toa Payoh Central Community Club93 Toa Payoh Central
S(319194)
Central/South24 Hours
Henderson Community Club500 Bukit Merah View
S(159682)
Central/South24 Hours
MacPherson Community Club400 Paya Lebar Way
S(379131)
Central/South24 Hours
Whampoa Community Club300 Whampoa Drive
S(327737)
Central/South24 Hours
Pasir Ris East Community Club1 Pasir Ris Drive 4
S(519457)
East24 Hours
Pasir Ris Elias Community Club93 Pasir Ris Drive 3
S(519498)
East24 Hours
Tampines North Community Club2 Tampines Street 41
S(529204)
East24 Hours
Changi Simei Community Club10 Simei Street 2
S(529915)
East24 Hours
Bedok Community Centre850 New Upper Changi Road
S(467352)
East24 Hours
Canberra Community Club2 Sembawang Crescent
S(757632)
North24 Hours
Nee Soon South Community Club30 Yishun Street 81
S(768455)
North24 Hours
Chong Pang Community Club21 Yishun Ring Road
S(768677)
North9am to 10pm
Potong Pasir Community Club6 Potong Pasir Ave 2
S(358361)
North-East24 Hours
Sengkang Community Club2 Sengkang Square
S(545025)
North-East24 Hours
The Serangoon Community Club10 Serangoon North Ave 2
S(555877)
North-East24 Hours
Ci Yuan Community Centre51 Hougang Ave 9
S(538776)
North-East24 Hours
Zhenghua Community Club1 Segar Road
S(677738)
North-West24 Hours
Hillview Community Club1 Hillview Rise
S(667970)
North-West24 Hours
Bukit Panjang Community Club8 Pending Road
S(678295)
North-West24 Hours
Yew Tee Community Club20 Choa Chu Kang Street 52
S(689286)
North-West24 Hours
Keat Hong Community Club2 Choa Chu Kang Loop
S(689687)
North-West24 Hours
Boon Lay Community Centre10 Boon Lay Place
S(649882)
West24 Hours
West Coast Community Centre2 Clementi West Street 2
S(129605)
West24 Hours
Ayer Rajah Community Centre150 Pandan Gardens
S(609335)
West24 Hours
Clementi Community Centre220 Clementi Ave 4
S(129880)
West24 Hours
Jurong Spring Community Club8 Jurong West Street 52
S(649296)
West24 Hours

Or click here to view the full list of pop-up ATMs.

Make an online reservation for CNY notes

DBS and POSB customers can choose from denominations of SGD 2, SGD 10 and SGD 50 via the online reservation system, and collect their new and good-as-new notes on their preferred dates and timings at all full-service branches. From 29 January onwards, customers can visit www.go.dbs.com/sg-cnynotes or www.posb.com.sg/cnynotes to reserve their CNY new notes.

Collect or exchange CNY notes at all DBS and POSB Full-Service Branches

At all full-service branches, special priority queues will continue to be available for the elderly and those with special needs. Customers will also be able to use the SMS ‘Q’ notification service option to request for a queue number via SMS prior to visiting the branch and receive notifications on the availability of new notes.

They can find their nearest branch’s SMS number at www.dbs.com.sg/personal/deposits/bank-with-ease/sms-q.

Skip the queues and deposit your money effortlessly

Customers who observe Li Chun, which falls on 4 Feb, can also conveniently deposit money into their bank accounts during their “lucky timings” via DBS PayLah!. Not only does this save them time, they also stand a chance to win SGD 88 when they make deposits to their accounts via DBS PayLah! on Li Chun. In 2017, an average of SGD 35 was deposited per transaction during Li Chun. Customers who prefer to make cash deposits can access over 440 DBS/POSB machines with cash deposit functions islandwide. To find out where these machines are located, please visit www.dbs.com.sg/index/locator.page.

Jeremy Soo, Managing Director and Head of Consumer Banking Group (Singapore), DBS Bank, said, “Every year, our customers tell us that they want to spend less time queuing for their notes and more time with their loved ones. We have taken their feedback seriously, which is why we are introducing more pop-up ATM locations this year. In addition, we have also upgraded our machines to hold more notes. The online reservation service as well as the eAng Bao feature complement our physical channels.

We believe Li Chun is a mix of tradition and modernity, and our customers should not have to ‘work’ for luck and prosperity. We made it easier and more convenient for them to skip physical queues and instead, deposit money via DBS PayLah! during their auspicious hour. By creating hassle-free and convenient banking experiences for our customers, we hope to make festive banking simpler and faster, so that they can focus on the people who matter.”

DBS and POSB Red Packets

Customers collecting and withdrawing new or good-as-new notes at all DBS/POSB branches will receive two sets of either DBS or POSB red packets. Red packets will also be given to customers at the new notes pop-up ATMs.

Inspired by the ‘animoji’ trend, DBS’ mascots Xing and Jaan are now supersized, super cute, and super chic for 2018. Each mascot comes in two designs – with/without spectacles/sunglasses – so customers can customise their gifting. Made from paper sourced from sustainably-managed forests, each packet is wrapped with the DBS “Spark” overlay in gold to evoke the festive spirit.

The POSB red packets feature beloved mascot Smiley attired in an adorable onesie, with “pop-out’ fluffy ears when the envelope is closed.

DBS and POSB are offering a slew of exclusive deals for customers this festive season. For instance, customers stand a chance to receive SGD 88 cashback when they register and spend SGD 1,888 from 29 January – 5 March using their DBS/POSB cards*. They also stand to win SGD 88 when they send an eAng Bao from 25 January – 2 March or make a deposit into their accounts on Li Chun (4 February) with DBS PayLah!*. For more details on these promotions, please visit: https://www.dbs.com.sg/personal/cards/promotions/default.page.

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