Popular back to school promotion

FROM now till Feb 1, Popular’s back to school promotion returns with amazing rebates, discounts and special deals.

Enjoy a wide variety of school supplies today, available in all Popular/Harris bookstores and Popular Online.

With Popular Order, Pick & Go services, you can shop safely for school with only one click. Just follow these three simple steps:

1. Visit www.popularonline.com.my/back-to-school-jan2021 to browse the products.

2. Contact Popular via WhatsApp. Go to www.bit.ly/opgbtsjan21 (for retail assistants’ contact numbers) and provide your personal information, order and pick-up details.

3. Self pick up your purchase at the bookstore of your choice according to your preferred date and time. Home delivery can be arranged too. Contact your preferred Popular/Harris bookstore for more details.

You can also grab requisite stationery, gadgets and IT items and your favourite CDs and DVDs with fantastic rebates.

There will be selected stationery rebates up to 60%, and selected text and assessment with rebates up to 20%. Grab your favourite gadgets and IT items and enjoy rebates up to 30%.

Spend at least RM50 and above in a single receipt, and be entitled to purchase more than 60 stationery items with exclusive price as well as earn rebate up to 50%.

During this promotion, any purchase of RM150 and above in single receipt on the same day in any Popular/Harris bookstore entitles you to a RM10 Popular voucher and RM5 book voucher.

If you spend RM80 you get RM5 instant rebate, spend RM150 gets you RM10 instant rebate, and RM250 gets you RM20 instant rebate.

You can also enjoy 50% rebate on of delivery fees with purchase of RM100 (Peninsula) and RM140 (Sabah and Sarawak) in a single receipt.

For info or more promotions, visit www.popularonline.com.my or Popular Malaysia’s Facebook page, or download the Popular MY app.

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