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FairPrice Group to extend $8 return vouchers till 24 January 2024

The NTUC social enterprise aims to help more shoppers offset daily expenses.

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Good news for shoppers who have yet to redeem the FairPrice return vouchers.


FairPrice Group (FPG) announced on 17 January 2024 that it will extend the popular promotion until 24 January 2024 to give you an extra week to enjoy the savings at FairPrice supermarkets.


“We are heartened by the positive feedback and overwhelming demand for the $8 FairPrice Return Vouchers promotion in the last two weeks.


“FairPrice Group is committed to ensuring that our customers have access to daily essentials amidst stubborn inflation and economic uncertainty, and hope that this extension of the return vouchers initiative will alleviate some form of the cost-of-living pressures they are facing,” said Vipul Chawla, FPG Group CEO.


The group introduced the promotion on 3 January 2024 to disburse $8 in FairPrice return vouchers for every $80 worth of CDC Supermarket vouchers you spend in a single receipt.


Shoppers can receive up to $24 in FairPrice vouchers by spending $240 worth of CDC vouchers.


There is no minimum spend for the FairPrice vouchers; multiple vouchers can be used in a single transaction. The FairPrice vouchers can be used on purchases from the next day of receipt until 29 February 2024.


This is the second time FPG is supporting the Government’s CDC voucher scheme to help alleviate rising costs.


FPG is also absorbing the one per cent Goods and Services Tax (GST) increase on essential items for the first six months of 2024. It has also extended the Pioneer Generation, Merdeka Generation, and Community Health Assist Scheme Blue discounts till the end of 2024.


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