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GIANT DEALS FROM 25-26 JAN ON FRUITS, PRODUCTS & MORE

It is about a week away from Chinese New Year, seven days to be exact and in the spirit of all the festivities, Giant Singapore is holding a two day deal from 25th to 26th January 2022 on various items such as fruits and household products.

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The deals offered by Giant come just in time for Chinese New Year, and families can enjoy great discounts on the products which Giant has to offer.

Deals offered

Products that are offered in the deal this time round include various fruits, household products and cooking essentials.

They are:

  • CHINA Navel Oranges
  • AUSTRALIA Nectarines
  • MALAYSIA Pisang Berangan
  • FRANCE Royal Gala Apples
  • MALAYSIA Tambun Pomelo 1.6 – 2kg
  • NESCAFE 3-in-1 Coffee Assorted (30 – 35) x (15g – 19g)
  • KLEENEX Ultra Soft 3-Ply Facial Tissue Assorted 5 x (80 – 100 Sheets)
  • TOP Laundry Liquid Detergent Refill Assorted 1.5L – 1.6L
  • POWERPAC Induction Cooker with Yuan Yang Pot PPIC887YY
  • 304 Stainless Steel 3-Tier Steamer 32cm

A closer look at the deals poster published by Giant shows that some of the products are offered a discounted price of up to 50% off.

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With deals like that available, you can stock up more things at home for Chinese New Year at good prices.

These are available to all shoppers while stocks last, and they do not include clearance items.

Pictures that are used in the poster above are for illustration purposes and all prices which are shown are correct as of the time where the posters are printed.

Locate your nearest Giant Singapore outlet

For shoppers who want to go down to the stores, you can find the nearest outlet to your convenience from here.

You may also choose to shop online at Giant Singapore’s website over here or find out more on all the available promotions and products available in Giant.

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Image source: Google Maps, Giant Singapore

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