Don’t Say Bojio: $1 Kaya Toast Set At Kopitiam & Foodfare From 3 Jul to 31 Aug 2020

Find yourself not having the time to make breakfast for yourself because you have to go back to the office now?

Or maybe, you just want to save more because you’re a typical Singaporean?

No matter which one you are, I’ve got some great news for you.

Imagine this:

1 Kaya Toast

Image: Kopitiam

2 half-boiled eggs.

Image: Kopitiam

And one cup of piping hot coffee

Image: Kopitiam

All for the price of $1 (U.P $1.80).

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That’s right, people.

From 3 Jul to 31 Aug 2020, all Kopitiam and Foodfare food courts and coffee shops will be offering this amazing deal from 7am to 11pm daily.

But do you know what’s the best part?

This deal isn’t just for their own members.

Members of the public can get a toast set of their own for fifty cents more.

While it isn’t $1, you got to admit that $1.50 (U.P $2.20) for a kaya toast egg set doesn’t sound too bad, does it?

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By the way, it’s not just the toast set.

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Remember the 50 cents hot kopi/teh deal that was launched last year?

The promotion that lets you enjoy a hot cup of coffee and tea for just 50 cents if you’re an NTUC Union member, a Merdeka Generation or a Pioneer Generation every Wednesday.

Well, it was supposed to end in June 2020 but they’ve decided to continue the promotion this year too.

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You can check out their full list of promos here.


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NTUC Fairprice Freezing Prices Of Selected Items

If you’re in charge of getting groceries for the house and you realised the price of FairPrice Jasmine Rice has been at $7.90 for the past year, that’s because the supermarket chain has been doing some price-fixing of their own.

NTUC Fairprice, as you can probably tell from the name, is part of NTUC and they’re doing their part for Singapore by freezing prices of 100 daily essential house brand items.


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The items include rice, poultry, oil, beverages, batteries, toiletries and household cleaners.

Basically everything you need to survive from day to day lah, so don’t expect premium vegan kimchi or something along those lines.

They are also extending discounts for seniors until 31 Dec 2020 so get your mom to go buy groceries for you so let your elderly parents know, okay?

The price freeze, NTUC Fairprice says, not only help people in Singapore to save more but also forces the prices of general everyday essentials to stay affordable.

Just think of it this way: would a rice seller sell his rice at $10 if he knows NTUC Fairprice sells it at $6.90?


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Probably not.

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But at least this time, it works in our favour, eh?

*Walks over to boss office*

So…boss ah

GF Boss: Yes?


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Can I start work at 8.30am from next month onwards instead of 6am?

GF Boss: Can I stop paying you then?

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