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Sun's Up

Sun’s up! Go bananas!

From 19 July 2021

Shopping rewards for a fun-filled summer! 


Spend & Redeem with UOB Mastercard®

19 July to 8 Aug

Redeem $10 Forum voucher when you charge a minimum of $120/ $150 (maximum three (3) same-day receipts) to your UOB Mastercard. Lower minimum spent tier of $120 must include at least one (1) F&B receipt.* 


Picnic Fun!

From 30 July

Have a little fun under the sun as you have a picnic with Mother Nature. Redeem a 3-piece reusable silicone bag set with a minimum spend of $200.* 

Available in blue, green, red or white.


National Day Special

9 August

Thank you for being our shopper! For one day only, purchase $100 worth of Forum vouchers at only $80!*

Cash payment only. Limited to a maximum purchase value of $160 per shopper. Vouchers issued will be in denomination of $25.


Cushy Cushion of Love

From 13 August

Redeem a Designers Guild or Christian Lacroix cushion with a minimum spend of $1000* (maximum the (3) same-day receipts).

Available in Japonaiserie Azure, Japonaiserie Saffron or Christian Lacroix Feu Follet.


Click here for more!


*General terms and conditions apply.

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Weekday Parking Perks

Enjoy $2.40 off parking charge with a minimum spend of $50 in a single receipt, or $4.80 off with a minimum spend of $100 in a single receipt, from Monday to Friday.


Limited to one redemption per shopper per day. Any additional parking charges incurred will be borne by shopper, and redeemed parking coupon must be utilised on the same day. Redemption must be made between 10am and 9pm at the Information Counter on Level 2. Shopper’s details will be recorded to control daily issuance. Terms & Conditions apply.

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Foodbank Singapore's Bank Boxes

Foodbank Singapore's Bank Boxes

Don’t bin it when you can still eat it!

Donate your non-perishable food items, with at least four weeks of shelf-life, to Food Bank Singapore’s bank boxes located next to the Information Counter on Level 2.

Food items will be donated to their beneficiaries like Family Service Centres, schools with children from low-income families, various types of homes, religious establishments, soup kitchens, and other Voluntary Welfare Organisations.

Let the feeding begin!

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