Tampines 1 & Century Square Deals
Two words that would get any Singaporean’s eyes to light up: “deals” and “freebies”. Good news for serial shoppers — you might want to make a trip to the East because Tampines 1 and Century Square will be having exclusive deals and discounts at various stores. Plus, you can redeem a puffer bag and supermarket vouchers until 9 July 2023 when you shop.
Tampines 1 Deals
If there’s one neighbourhood that I’m willing to make the train ride for, it’s Tampines. Tampines 1 is a standout mall, with tons of stores retailing everything from fashion to beauty.
You can head down to Recoil to pick out a stylish fit from the racks. Enjoy their ongoing promo of $10 off any top or bottom – this is your chance to nab that Gen Z-approved oversized tee or baggy pants you’ve been eyeing.
Apart from stylish clothes, stay fresh with Hysses’s dreamy range of cosmetics and home scents, made even better with their ongoing 10% discount on selected products. Talk about upgrading your self-care days with spa-quality items.
If you are wanting to switch up your spectacle game or deciding on getting contacts for a brand new look, Paris Miki has $10 off Alcon Contact Lens. Alternatively, customers can get a free design upgrade to Zeiss Individual lenses, or a complimentary Zeiss Antivirus coating on your spectacle lens.
Century Square Deals
Alternatively, head down to Century Square, just a stone’s throw from Tampines 1, for more exciting beauty and fashion outlets.
Clearer vision from just $6? Yes please. Lenskart has $6 Aqualens Clear Daily Disposable Contact Lens which contains 10 lenses per box. NGL, as a frequent contact lens user, the affordable deal makes it super worth the money.
To complement your new contact lens switcheroo, shop for a new wardrobe haul at Kappa. The sporty apparel and footwear will be all you need to add chicness to your streetwear fits.
Puffer Bag & Voucher Redemption
The lilac puffer bag is my personal favourite for a soft girl vibe since it adds a pop of colour
Shopping usually only leaves a dent in your wallet. But not this time. Instead, you’ll be rewarded for your spending efforts.
All puffer bag lovers, you’re in for a surprise. Spend $160 in fashion and beauty stores at either mall to redeem a puffer bag worth $49 and it comes in six different colours – pray that Lady Luck is on your side as the colours are picked at random. FYI, this is a limited promo for the first 600 redemptions at each mall from 12 June to 9 July 2023 so make sure to qualify for redemption quick.
Some Singaporeans might agree that shopping is a sport and it can work up an appetite. Swing by Tampines 1’s large range of supermarkets which includes Cold Storage, DON DON DONKI, Kun Hai and Shine Korea to stock up on groceries.
Additionally, spend $80 in the supermarket to snap up a $10 supermarket voucher for extra savings This is also a limited promo for the first 400 shoppers, so make sure to schedule your next stock up ASAP.
If you are itching to learn something new or planning a creative date, shoppers who spend $60 at either mall can also redeem a Scented Candle Making workshop at Tampines 1 which will take place on 17 June 2023, or an Acrylic Bear Keychain Painting workshop at Century Square which will be happening on 10 and 25 June 2023. However, both workshops are only available to the first 20 shoppers who redeem these special sessions.
Tampines 1 & Century Square Have Sweet Deals & Promos To Fuel Your Shopping Sprees
With so many good promos up for grabs, rest assured that Tampines 1 and Century Square will make your next shopping experience an eventful one. TBH, it’s hard to resist when there is a stylish puffer bag involved too. You can check out more information at their social pages:
Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, Singapore 529536
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm, Daily
Contact: 6572 5522 | Tampines 1 website
Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, Singapore 529509
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm, Daily
Contact: 6789 6261 | Century Square website
This post was brought to you by Tampines 1 and Century Square.
Photography by Alvin Wong. Edited by John Lim.