This is the kind of ‘Don’t Say Bojio’ my dad would like to see: Electronics Fair!
If you know of someone who’s looking to purchase cheap electronics & households items, then this is the place to go to.
It will be held at Downtown East D’Marquee, an event venue next to Aranda Country Club over the weekend from 2 to 4 March, 11am to 9pm.
The best of 2017 models will be released at insane prices. Think Apple, Dyson, Electrolux, Hitachi, LG, Mitsubishi Electric, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sharp and more!
Here are some sneak peaks.
Panasonic 2-door bottom freezer fridge at S$599. Usual price: S$939.
Sharp 40″ Full HD LED TV at S$398. Usual price: S$699.
Refurbished iPad 2 at S$199. Usual price: S$428. Limited to only 20 sets per day!
NTUC members get more
Are you an NTUC member or an avid Fairprice shopper? There are a couple of exclusive deals you don’t want to miss out on.
- FREE $100 electronics fair vouchers
All you have to do is to flash your NTUC member card at the fair. The redeemed vouchers can be used to offset $20 with every $100 spent at the fair!
That being said, you can make full use of the FREE $100 electronics fair vouchers only if you make a purchase of up to $500 at the fair.
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- FREE Audio House e-vouchers
Not an NTUC member? Don’t worry.
Fairprice customers, don’t throw away your receipts. Those receipts accumulated from 22 February to 4 March can be combined (with every $100 spent) to redeem $20 cash back in Audio House e-vouchers.
Neither an NTUC member or Fairprice goer? There’s also something for you if you frequent Downtown East’s stores often.
With every $50 spent at any Downtown East store from 22 February to 4 March (excluding Fairprice), you may redeem $20 cash back in Audio House e-vouchers.
Remember, this fair is only available over this weekend from 2 to 4 March at Downtown East D’Marquee.
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Downtown East, Singapore 519599.
Nearest MRT station: Pasir Ris (10-minute walk from the station)
For more information, refer to their Facebook page here. Don’t forget your credit card and we will see you there! 🙂
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Featured image: Singapore Electronics Fair Facebook Page
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