SHOPPERS will be spoilt for choice at the home and living exhibition HOMElove at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur.
Themed “Unbeatable Sale”, the exhibition has over 600 booths spread across five halls featuring more than 500 brands offering a wide range of products and services.
They include furniture, bedding products, kitchen appliances, bath and sanitary ware, audio visual and home appliances, home security systems, smart homes, gates and grilles, kitchen cabinets, decorative items, wall finishing, water filtrations, interior design consultation and garden landscaping,
Empire Asia Events Marketing Sdn Bhd sales manager Bobo Thang said the four-day exhibition, which ends tomorrow, was an ideal platform for shoppers to take advantage of the zero-rated goods and services tax and the long National Day weekend
Thang said selected branded electrical items were being offered at up to 70% off.
“Visitors will get a recyclable cutlery set with no minimum spend required,” she said.
With any purchase of RM1,000 and above, shoppers are also guaranteed an on-the-spot gift including household products, electrical appliances and luggage.
In addition, lucky shoppers can win a King Koil diamond queen mattress, four sets of Sugawa smart cooker, four sets of smart home security systems and a three-day package to Danang, Vietnam under the Best Rewards programme.
“They just need to stay tuned to our Facebook Live or be at PWTC at 7pm between Aug 30 and Sept 2 to get these Best Rewards.
“Winners are required to respond to our call within 25 seconds or be personally present at the lucky draw area,” she said.
There is a Register and Win contest where a lucky shopper can win a Zero U Cooper Ex massage chair worth RM6,988.
“They just need to scan the QR code from the HOMElove booklet to register for this contest,” said Thang,
Shoppers also have the chance to win cash vouchers totalling RM200,000 under the Spend and Win contest.
“They just need to spend a minimum of RM1,000 to be entitled to draw a HOMElove cash voucher ranging in value from RM30 to RM500,” she said.
For purchase-with-purchase (PWP) deals, shoppers are required to spend a minimum of RM1,000 to qualify to buy another item from as low as RM1.
“They can get branded items such as a LED TV, fryer, steamer, ceramic cooker, laundry bag and pillow,” she said.
Those interested in astrology can listen to feng shui talks on renovation and interior design tips.
James Lai will speak on Eight Guides on Interior Feng Shui for Homebuyers today while Ern Cher will give tips on Home Design and Decorations Feng Shui tomorrow.
HOMElove also teamed up with experts from the home and lifestyle-related industries to provide free tips and consultation to homeowners on interior design, flooring, wall coverings, wardrobes and customisation.
If Home Centre Sdn Bhd marketing manager Vincent Wong said they are offering five sets of wooden dining tables using poplar during this exhibition.
“We use imported hardwood from the United States to manufacture our dining tables and living room furniture, ranging from RM4,999 to RM12,000.
“We are offering discounts of up to 50% during this exhibition,” he added.
Sugawal Sdn Bhd supervisor Liew Chee Meng said the brand’s nano digital stove and smart cooker was an environmentally-friendly product.
“Users need not worry about gas leakage when using this product,” he added.
HOMElove exhibitions are held four times a year in the Klang Valley including venues like Mid Valley Megamall and Starling Mall.
The exhibition is also organised in Penang, Johor and Sarawak.