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08 May - 28 May

Appreciate the little things with ifc mall this Spring

By Localiiz 4 May 2020

Event Information

START DATE 08 May 2020
END DATE 28 May 2020
Ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central

Life is made up of the little, impactful moments that give us hope and happiness. This spring, ifc mall encourages visitors to adopt a mindset of gratitude by seeing the beauty in the little things in life. Through an interactive game, guests will be surprised with mini gift packs as part of ifc mall’s continued dedication to providing engaging experiences beyond shopping and dining.

Located on PL1 near Two ifc, Happiness is in the air, is a lighthearted motion-detected game to brighten up spirits through a simple yet engaging experience. Challenge a friend to see who can keep their balloon in the air the longest to win a mini gift pack. Each gift pack will include a Fook Ming Tong tea bag and a secret prize from one of the participating beauty or wellness tenants.

From 20 April, shoppers who spend between $2,000 and $5,999* by electronic payment on the same day can receive ONE
city’super $100 shopping voucher; Shoppers who spend more than $6,000* by electronic payment on the same day can receive a Lane Crawford gift card valued at $300 and an additional Paul Lafayet crème brûlée from Friday to Sunday.

Shoppers who redeem complimentary parking after spending $300 within 3 hours* are eligible to receive a redemption card for a Rituals Samurai hand gel. Enjoy an additional hour up to 4 hours of complimentary parking* when
you drive in after 5pm.

*First-come-first-served, until stocks last. Terms and conditions apply.

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