11 Mar 2021
The March school holidays are fast approaching, and the malls of Frasers Property have an exciting line-up of activities and shopping treats for everyone. As shoppers unwind and get together with their families and friends during the school break, they can look forward to a diverse range of community initiatives, craft sessions, and plentiful rewards and deals to take part in!
Spread kindness to our environment and community
Play your part to reduce food waste, and lend a hand to those in need while doing so! From 15 March to 30 April, shoppers are invited to embrace thoughtful and sustainable living by donating non-perishable food items1 at dedicated Food Bank Singapore boxes, set up across participating malls2 of Frasers Property.
Drop off your non-perishable food items like condiments and snacks at dedicated Food Bank Singapore boxes across participating malls of Frasers Property.*
As part of the National Environment Agency’s (“NEA”) ongoing food waste reduction outreach efforts, members of the public are encouraged to donate safe and edible food items which they no longer wish to consume. In partnering with Food Bank Singapore in a sustainability initiative titled “Don’t Let Good Food Go To Waste”, the malls of Frasers Property aim to provide a convenient point for shoppers to drop off their non-perishables, which will then be packed and redistributed to households in need.
With this initiative, shoppers can make a difference to both the environment and their community – by passing their unconsumed safe food items on to families in need. Shoppers will also be rewarded for their thoughtful actions – simply drop five non-perishables into the dedicated Food Bank Singapore boxes and instantly receive a $2.50 Digital Gift Card, which can be redeemed at each participating mall’s Customer Service Counter.
Bag your meals with Makan Master
Keep your meals fresh and eliminate single use plastics with a Frasers Makan Master cooler bag.
In addition to donating food items, the malls of Frasers Property are also encouraging shoppers to eliminate single use plastics. With a minimum $50 spend in a single transaction at any participating F&B retailer, shoppers can redeem a Frasers Makan Master cooler bag. With this trusty and eco-friendly food companion, both hot and cold meals can be kept fresh and tasty anytime and anywhere. Whether you’re planning for a picnic outdoors or having a get-together at home, skip the plastic bags and keep your meals well-insulated with this cooler bag, and embrace a more sustainable and eco-conscious lifestyle. From 15 March to 30 April, shoppers can redeem their cooler bag by presenting their original receipt(s) and transaction details in their FRx app at the respective mall's Customer Service Counter on the same day.
Hit the malls for some family fun
Looking for some fun activities to enjoy with friends and family during the holidays? Selected malls of Frasers Property have prepared an engaging line-up of activities and workshops that are perfect for kids and parents alike. From craft workshops to food adventures, indulge in some family fun during this period of rest and rejuvenation.
On the last two weekends of March, shoppers at Changi City Point can get their creative juices flowing by signing up for an organic soap bar making workshop or an express art jamming session, with a minimum spend of $80.
Sign up for these workshops at Changi City Point and let your creativity shine!
Interested to make a miniature clay sculpture of your favourite food, or a reusable cup sleeve for your bubble tea drink? Shoppers at Century Square and Tampines 1 can sign up for these handicraft workshops every weekend from 27 March to 18 April, with a minimum spend of $50 in each respective mall. So gather your craft tools, put your hands to work, and learn to create adorable miniature art or a unique sleeve to satisfy your bubble tea cravings!
Over at Waterway Point, shoppers can embark on a delicious food adventure at participating F&B outlets to collect stamps for their Food Passport. From 8 March to 11 April, spend a minimum of $30 in a single transaction at participating F&B outlets, or $120 at any participating retailer ($150 for supermarket transactions) over three same-day transactions, to receive one stamp for your Food Passport. Shoppers who have collected four stamps stand a chance to redeem attractive movie and retail vouchers in a sure-win lucky draw, while shoppers who complete their Food Passport with all seven stamps will be one of the lucky 10 to win a $100 Digital Gift Card, or the grand prize of 3D2N staycation at Capri by Fraser.
Supercharge your holidays with shopping treats
To top these activities off, tons of shopping redemptions and deals are up for grabs across the malls of Frasers Property, as well as online via the Frasers Experience (“FRx”) app. If you’re in the mood for some retail therapy during the school break, why not shop to your heart’s content with Digital Gift Card and eVoucher treats?
To welcome new members to the Frasers Experience, shoppers are encouraged to download the FRx app now and receive a $5 Digital Gift Card upon their first transaction of $30. There are also plenty of eDeals and eVouchers exclusively available on the FRx App, so don’t miss out on the next best deal in your favourite mall!
If shoppers prefer to head down to the malls to get their shopping fix, exclusive redemptions are aplenty in stores as well. From 8 March to 25 April, shoppers can redeem $5 and $10 Digital Gift Cards at participating retailers at selected malls of Frasers Property – from fashion and beauty, to sports and healthcare.
Citi Credit Cardmembers are in for an extra treat at selected malls in the months of March and April. Shoppers who charge to their Citi Credit Cards can receive additional $5 and $10 Digital Gift Cards, depending on the minimum spend at the respective mall.
1Non-perishable food items that are unopened and unused with at least a 4-week shelf life, such as staples, beverages, condiments, snacks, canned food and dried/preserved food. The malls of Frasers Property reserve the right to decline food items that are unsuitable for donation.
2Participating malls include Bedok Point, Causeway Point, Century Square, Changi City Point, Hougang Mall, Northpoint City, Tampines 1, The Centrepoint, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Waterway Point, White Sands, and YewTee Point.
*Image above was taken before Singapore’s Circuit Breaker measures were implemented.