Chance to win prizes at malls


Shoppers can take part in a lucky dip when they spend a minimum of RM200 in a maximum of two receipts at the Curve.

IN APPRECIATION of their loyal patrons, the Curve and eCurve is running a “Spend and Win” campaign, with a total of RM45,000 worth of prizes up for grabs.

Shoppers can take part in a lucky dip when they spend a minimum of RM200 in a maximum of two receipts at the Curve and RM150 at eCurve.

Among the instant prizes to be won at the Curve are cash vouchers and a day’s worth of free parking.

Visitors will also be in the running to win an Apple iPad Pro 12.9”, Imaxx H98W Floor Cleaning Robot, Lushberry Baker luggage set, a Sony flat screen TV and even the latest Samsung Galaxy S10+.

Visitors at eCurve can look forward to prizes such as travel vouchers, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, a Playstation 4, Adidas shopping vouchers, MacBook Air, as well as eCurve cash vouchers, mmCineplexes complimentary passes, EpiCentre cash vouchers and free parking.

“We at the Curve deeply appreciate our shoppers and this month-long promotion is our way of saying thank you,” said the Curve senior general manager Jazmi Kamaruddin.“The campaign is structured in such a way that every shopper is bound to walk away with an instant prize.

“We know there is no better feeling than going back home a winner and this is something we want to give to all our loyal patrons.”

The Curve Leasing and Advertising and Promotions assistant general manager Gina Long said, “We know how Malaysians love to shop, so we decided to reward them at the same time.

“This is the first time we are hosting such a campaign at eCurve and we are very confident that this will be very well-received by all our shoppers.

“We also have some exciting big ticket prizes to be won, so good luck to all and happy shopping!”

The campaign ends on April 30.

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