Collect all four designs, while stocks last.
Many of us have fond memories of the Milo van coming to school during special events like sports day. If you still feel nostalgic about rushing to the van with your friends to get iced Milo, then you might want to get your hands on the new Milo van collectibles.
These gold-themed collectibles come in four designs, based on real milo vans in the 1950s, 1960s, 1980s and 2011. You can get a collectible for free with every purchase of a 3-in-1 or Gao Siew Dai Milo pack.
The collectibles are blind packaged, meaning you won’t know which specific design you’ll receive. But if you’re looking to collect all four designs, purchasing four of the select packs on Redmart ($6.50 per pack) will guarantee you the full set.
Milo carried out a similar event in September last year to commemorate their 70th year in Singapore, offering miniature Milo vans in their signature green and white colours at the time.
You might also be wondering how Milo 3-in-1 and Milo Gao Siew Dai differ from normal Milo. The 3-in-1 contains milk and sugar in addition to the usual Milo powder and is a more convenient option, while Gao Siew Dai contains less added sugar and more protein compared to the 3-in-1.
The collectibles can be purchased at your nearest supermarket, as well as online grocery shops. They will be available for a limited time only, so get yours today, while stocks last.
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