Don’t Say Bojio: 15% Off + $10 Voucher in all POPULAR Bookstore Outlets (Till 9 June)

The June holidays are here, so you know what that means.

Stocking up on stationery that you don’t need.

So fret not, POPULAR is having a sale that could help you save on those impulse buys.

Popclub Great Sale

This offer is only valid until 9 June, so you only have a few days more to head down to a POPULAR outlet near you to do some stationery or book shopping.

You can enjoy 15% off storewide. If you’re not a POPULAR member, you just need to spend a minimum of $30 to enjoy this offer.

And honestly, it’s not that difficult to hit $30 while shopping in POPULAR because of the variety of books and stationery they have to offer.

Vouchers Available Too

Besides that, you can also get $10 worth of vouchers if you spend a minimum of $50 in a single receipt. You can also receive an additional $5 POPULAR show cash voucher if you pay with an NTUC/OCBC Plus! Visa Card (we’ll touch on the POPULAR show later).

Oh, and there’s also a 10% off CD-RAMA and Gadgets & IT products. So you can buy the albums that you want at a discounted price – though finding a CD player is the key problem.

But of course, T&C’s apply. These offers are valid at any POPULAR and Urbanwrite stores, excluding the POPULAR outlet at Thomson Plaza.

Discounted Membership Fee

Aside from those great discounts and vouchers, POPULAR is also offering a discounted membership fee during the same period.

If you sign up or renew your POPULAR membership, you can get 15% off the membership fee.

As a POPULAR member, you can get 10% off on a regular basis at all POPULAR and Urbanwrite outlets.

Members also have private sales and events, where members are only invited to attend. During your birthday month, you will also have birthday privileges. Discounts and privileges to participating merchants will also be given.

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The list of merchants include:

  • Carls. Jr
  • Cat & the Fiddle
  • Deliveroo
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Maki-San
  • Sandbox VR Singapore
  • Trapped Escape Room

And more.

So it’s quite worth the money.

A one-year subscription for adults would cost you $12, and a three-year subscription would cost you $30 on a regular basis. With the discounted fee, it’ll be $10.20 and $25.50 respectively.

A one-year subscription for students would be $8, and three years would be $20. With the discounted fee, it’ll be $6.80 and $17 respectively. That’s quite a lot of savings.

POPULAR cardmembers will also receive a complimentary Pop Club magazine.

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Other Ongoing Promotions

Besides the mega sale, there’s another sale ongoing at the Thomson Plaza outlet. There, you can also get 15% off storewide and receive $15 discount vouchers when you spend a minimum of $30nett.

There’s also up to 90% off on selected items. This promotion is valid until 23 June and not valid with any other promotions.


ALso, from 28 June -7 July, the POPULAR show will be held at Marina Bay Sands B2 Expo hall D & E.

There are many highlights to do there, such as free cash vouchers, a chance to win cash and prizes, happy hour weekday specials, and weekend specials.

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Thai boyband SBFIVE will also be there for a meet and greet, alongside Singa the kindness mascot. Photo passes can also be won.

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