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K11 Musea is giving away e-vouchers worth over $2,200 this CNY!

By Celia Lee 10 January 2023

Header image courtesy of K11 Musea

K11 Musea is launching a consumption rewards programme this Chinese New Year! A variety of e-vouchers for spending at the mall are redeemable, and all shoppers need to do is present a valid overseas passport or travel document. From art and design paraphernalia to designer apparel, you can shop to your heart’s content this holiday.

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Both visitors to Hong Kong and its local residents are treated to a series of consumption privileges including shopping, dining, leisure activities, and entertainment services at K11 Musea. From 9 January to 28 February, e-vouchers valued at over $2,200 can be redeemed through the K11 HK mobile app to be used at more than 180 shops at K11 Musea.

Customers are entitled to an extra $2,800 K Dollar reward if they spend $80,000 or over on same-day purchases. All visitors can also take advantage of a free guided art tour to take in the architectural details of the mall as well as the world-class artworks.

K11 Musea is also introducing an exclusive festive offer available from 9 to 31 January for all to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit in style. Customers will receive five times the amount of K Dollar for spending $1,500 or more on a single transaction.

From 3 January to 28 February, the sixth floor of the mall will be transformed into a festive Spring Market. Indulge in festive events and speciality products that will set you in the right mood for your upcoming CNY celebrations and beyond.

Photo: K11 Musea

To redeem these limited-time offers, all you have to do is present a valid overseas passport or travel document at the Koncierge, located on the ground floor of K11 Musea, and you’ll be all set on your CNY shopping spree. Where will you be spending your e-vouchers first?

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.