The collection will launch in all NTUC Fairprice outlets on Jul 29.
Fans of Mickey Mouse, here’s an opportunity to fill your house up with homeware and lifestyle accessories of the iconic Disney character!
From Jul 29, all NTUC Fairprice outlets will launch the exclusive Mickey Mouse collection for a limited time.
Ranging from backpacks to cooking pots, you can expect a variety of high-quality homeware and accessories to collect.
This collection is only available through the NTUC Fairprice’s Loyalty Programme.
Here are some of the items in the collection.
This premium Japanese style backpack is available for eight bonus points + $59.90 or four bonus points + $69.90.
This four-piece ceramic dinnerware set is available for eight bonus points + $44.90 or four bonus points + $54.90.
Complete your dinnerware with this four-piece stainless steel cutlery set, which is available for eight bonus points + $ 14.90 or four bonus points + $20.90.
Lift up the mood in your kitchen and collect this 1.3L ceramic cooking pot with eight bonus points + $38.90 or four bonus points + $48.90.
Keep your food warm or cool with this 500ML thermal stainless steel food jar with eight bonus points + $24.90 or four bonus points + $34.90.
Shoppers can collect one bonus point for every $30 spent in a single receipt for in-store purchases.
The Mickey Mouse collection is only available until Nov 17 while stocks last so hurry and collect them all before they’re gone!
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