7 Abalone Promotions in S’pore Happening Now Cuz CNY Coming Liao

It’s that time of the year again: Chinese New Year.

Besides the usual bakkwa, CNY goodies and pineapple tarts, your mother will also have another must-have item on the table: abalone.

But here’s one thing: abalones are expensive.

Don’t worry, because we, at Goody Feed, decide to set out on our own and search (online) for the best abalone deals in town.

1. FairPrice Weekly Savers

Image: FairPrice

When it comes to grocery shopping, FairPrice comes to mind. After all, they’re known for providing Singaporeans with affordable foodstuff for daily living.

So why would abalone be any different?

From now until 24 Jan 2018, don’t miss out your chance to grab a can of New Moon Australia abalone at just $37.80 per can.

2. New Moon Official Qoo10 Store

Image: Qoo10.sg

Looking for something for impressive? How about giving a set of Abalone and Pacific Clams as a gift?

Simply make your way to New Moon’s official store on Qoo10 and get yourself a set at just $63.80.

3. New Moon “Group Buy” Abalone with Free Gift

Have more than one person you need to give abalone to? Don’t worry, we got you covered too.

Similar to #2, you can get this deal on New Moon’s official Qoo10 store. Get 6 Premium Grade New Moon New Zealand Abalone at the price of $240.80.

And that’s not all. You’ll get 2 sets of WMF Cutlery worth $99.

And that’s not all, delivery is free also.

4. Hockhua Abalones

Image: Hockhua e-store

If you’ve thought that Hockhua only sells liang teh and ginseng, you’re wrong.

We’ve taken a jaunt through their e-store and find that they’re selling a wide variety of abalones from different countries for people with different budgets.

You can get a can of abalone from as low as $19.30 to as high as $125.

They are currently having a special price if you buy 3 cans of abalone at one go. Or 12, if you need to give that many.

5. HOSEN Singapore Warehouse Sale

Image: HOSEN Singapore Facebook Page

Most of you might know HOSEN as the king of canned fruits, but guess what?

They’re more than just that. They’re into abalones too.

And you know what’s even better? They are currently having their annual warehouse sale from now until 12 Feb 2018 where they sell everything for cheap.

Including Fortune brand abalone.

The warehouse sale also includes many more Chinese New Year goodies such as salted egg fish skin, nuts, snacks, drinks, chocolates, seafood and Pen Cai!

So what are you waiting for? Time to go down to their warehouse sale this weekend!

Location: 267 Pandan Loop, Singapore 128439
Operating hours: Weekdays 9am – 6pm, Weekends 8am – 6pm

6. FairPrice Warehouse Club

Image: FairPrice Warehouse Club

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you’d have heard or even been to NTUC Warehouse at Joo Koon.

You’d also have known that they’re known for their prices.

And it’s no exception when it comes to their abalone.

If you need that extra push to sign up for a warehouse club membership, this might just be the one.

An Auspicious Abalone Fortune Pot at 2 for $49.80? Hell, yeah, sign me up right now.

7. ZTP Ginseng Birdnest Pte Ltd

Image: ZTP Ginseng Birdnest Pte Ltd Facebook Page

Again, don’t be fooled by the name. ZTP is more than just birdnest and ginseng.

They’re having their Lunar New Year Bargain Sale now and selling their South Australia Abalone at 3 cans for $93.80.

So there you go, a list of abalone promotions going on right now in Singapore.

Share this with people who you know absolutely need to buy abalone this CNY.

Oh, you’re welcome! 😉

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This article was first published on goodyfeed.com

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