Ta Kiong supermarket offers CNY promotion for its customers
Posted on January 14, 2011, Friday
KUCHING: A wide range of Chinese New Year (CNY) goods are now offered on promotion at Ta Kiong (TK) supermarket at tHe Spring shopping mall.
Dried food like cashew nuts from India and USA pistachios can be bought at special prices.
Festive canned food like longan, lychee, mushroom and sweet corn and many others are also on promotion.
Local and imported canned drinks like Coca-Cola, 7-Up, F&N assorted flavours, Shandy, Vedan, Ku Dao and others are sold at special prices.
TK also brings in CNY goodies from Taiwan namely mo chi, pineapple cookies, cuttle fish and many others.
Besides, it also has Taiwan Royal Family Series comprises of pineapple cookies, butter cookies and Royal Dansk Egg Rolls.
Imported canned food, abalone and Pacific clams are also sold there.
There is also a ‘Rice Fair’.
Customers can get TK CNY ‘angpow’ packets with every purchase of RM80 and above (in a single receipt) storewide.
Customers can now purchase TK cash vouchers to give away to family and friends this CNY. The cash vouchers can be obtained from TK customer service counter.
Meanwhile, customers can take this opportunity to collect Lotus Card points, with every RM1 spend to collect 1 points.
Accumulate 1,000 points to redeem TK cash voucher worth RM10.
Festive hampers are now available from RM200.
Free delivery service for destination within 15km.
TK is giving away free RM10 cash voucher for hamper worth RM200 to RM399.99, free RM20 cash voucher for hamper worth RM400 to RM599.99, free RM30 cash voucher for hamper worth RM600 to RM799.99, free RM40 cash voucher for hamper worth RM800 to RM999.99, free RM50 cash voucher for hamper worth RM1,000 and above.
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