Chinatown Point Mid-Autumn Event 2020
As the Mid-Autumn Festival draws near, you’ll likely have nostalgic memories of touring your neighbourhood with a cartoon character lantern blasting a festive tune on loop. And even though we’re still in Phase 2 with certain limitations in place, that doesn’t mean the celebration has to stop.
To bask in the festivities, what better place than to celebrate in the heart of Chinatown itself? This year, Mid-Autumn at Chinatown Point is lined up with a series of games and flash deals for you to score attractive prizes and festive packs that include supermarket vouchers and mooncakes.
The event will be happening from now till 4th October 2020, and here are some of the highlights to look out for:
Test your memory to score BBT, nail spa & NTUC vouchers
If you’ve always had a knack for memory challenges and puzzles, test your skills with the Flip, Match & Win interactive game. Upon spending a minimum of $38, you’ll receive a Coupon Code to participate.
Simply match 2 of the same cards successfully on the interactive game machine located beside the concierge counter on Level 2, and you will be able to win yourself a Festive Gift Pack – with over 500 to be won.
You’ll find a slew of products and vouchers suited for everyone in the family. Moms, for instance, would be thrilled to receive a manicure voucher from Pixie Nail Spa or NTUC Fairprice vouchers, while your bubble tea-addicted siblings can score Woobbee vouchers to satisfy their next BBT cravings.
Tune in to their FB live stream for flash deals of up to 58% off
Score discounted mooncakes and bubble tea ice cream from the FB live stream
Image credit: Peach Garden & Shopee
If you love a good discount, look forward to flash deals on products from the likes of Peach Garden and Tiger Sugar. And you won’t even need to leave your bedroom. Here’s how to join in on the Facebook live streams on 18th and 25th September 2020, from 8PM-9PM.
- Click into their Live Stream session on Chinatown Point’s Facebook Page to view the deals available.
- You will have 2 days to decide if you want to purchase these deals (until 20th and 27th September 11.59PM for the sessions on 18th and 25th September respectively).
- After you have decided on the deals you want, submit your order on their Facebook Page under “Shop” via FB messenger to seal the deal. Remember to include your personal particulars like your name and address, and make payment. An admin will get back to you to confirm your order.
- You’ll then receive your purchases within 3-5 working days.
Find out more on the flash deals you can expect:
18th September – mooncakes, tea gift sets & pineapple tart gift box
Taiwan Oolong Tea Gift Set from Tenren’s Tea has 3 flavours ($42, U.P. $66.60)
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For diehard mooncake lovers, look forward to a range of premium Peach Garden mooncakes like Pomelo Cheese with Orange Peel as well as the Jackfruit With a box of 4 pieces originally priced at $67.41, it’ll be slashed to just $43.82 – a 38% discount.
To complement your mooncake purchase, opt for something light on your tastebuds like tea from the Taiwan Oolong Tea Gift Set from TenRen’s Tea that is going at a 37% discount. From its usual price of $66.60, you can now get your hands on this exclusive set at just $42.
Besides mooncakes and tea, look out for Maple Macadamia and Pineapple Tart Gift Boxes ($11.70, U.P. $18) from Fire Star Candy and festive figurines (from $30) from The Singapore Mint.
25th September – BBT ice cream and multifunction, branded watches
Rotary Windsor watches will be going for a discounted price of $199 each
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BBT fans, listen up. The Tiger Sugar Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea Ice Cream lets you get the best of both worlds – bubble tea and ice cream combined into 1 decadent dessert. 2 boxes will be available at a flash deal price of $25.80 (U.P. $35.80) – there’s even an additional Tiger Sugar Cooler Bag worth $6 with every purchase.
If you’re looking for a gift for your dad or bro, cash in on some savings by picking up the Rotary Winsor Moonphase Multifunction Watch from All Watches/ Aptimos. While it would usually set you back between $395-$480, prices for 4 different designs will be slashed to $199 each – a 58% discount. Limited quantities will be available, so make sure to be quick with your decision!
Those who missed out on mooncakes from the first live stream can also score discounted baked mooncakes (from $36.27) from PrimaDéli.
Image credit: Shopee
If all that isn’t enough for you, you’ll also be receiving a $5 NTUC Fairprice voucher for every purchase, with a cap of 2 vouchers per shopper.
To make the stakes even more attractive, 5 lucky winners will be selected from each live stream session to walk away with an additional $20 NTUC Fairprice voucher – that’s a load of savings for your next grocery run.
Do note that all flash deal purchases are on a first-come-first-serve basis, so make sure to ready your fingers and Internet connection to take advantage of the exclusive low prices.
Free parking in Chinatown Point
If you’re planning on driving, make sure that you are one of the first 30 shoppers each day to spend at least $30 (excluding NTUC Fairprice receipts) or $50 (including NTUC receipts) to redeem free parking coupons. This is ongoing from now till 31st October 2020 too, so you can make return visits without worrying about parking fees.
The free parking is valid for 5PM onwards and only applicable for same-day use, so you can take your time to stock up on your shopping haul and enjoy dinner before heading home.
Celebrate Mid-Autumn at Chinatown Point
Image credit: Chinatown Point
Even if Mid-Autumn isn’t a festival that you normally partake in, turn it up a notch this year and get into the celebratory mood at Chinatown Point from now till 4th October 2020.
Whether shopping online for flash deals or redeeming festive packs physically at the mall, it will be an exciting experience for all ages to join in.
This post was brought to you by Chinatown Point.
Cover image adapted from @iris.nihao & Peach Garden.
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