Tue. Feb 27th, 2024

TL;DR – Good lobangs must share – NTUC FairPrice is running a promotion for its Flowflex ART test kits.

If you are ultra paranoid or super socially responsible like me, you probably would have gone through many, many ART test kits by now… Good news if you’re looking to stock up, FairPrice is running a promotion for its Flowflex ART test kits!

Discounts are up to 20% off – while stocks last. A Flowflex ART test kit now costs S$3.95 each (U.P. S$4.90), with a set of five kits going for S$19.75 (U.P. S$24), and a set of 25 kits going for S$94 (U.P. S$117.50). List of participating outlets can be found here.

Take note though that the promotion is available for four days only, while stocks last, from today (31 March) to 3rd April.

NTUC FairPrice has been launching various initiatives to support the community.

Since the start of the pandemic, NTUC FairPrice has been coming up with initiatives to benefit the community, and making sure that there’s more than enough inventory essential items in times of crisis. Remember the ‘toilet paper crisis’? Yup that time when Singaporeans seemed to be into stockpiling toilet paper, and FairPrice Group CEO Seah Kian Peng had to assure us all that there’s enough stock for all of us…

On top of ensuring sufficient stockpiles of essential items, as early as 1985, NTUC FairPrice has been helping Singaporeans to stretch their dollar through the introduction of its own range of Housebrand products. The public can also get a 5% discount for 100 daily staples such as rice, oil and vegetables every Friday at all FairPrice supermarkets and hypermarkets till the end of the year. FairPrice Group’s Stretch Your Dollar programme aims to help consumers cope with the rising cost of living amid the Covid-19 pandemic and inflationary factors such as logistic logjam and higher oil price.

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You can find the list of 100 essential items here.

NTUC so “rich”, why their things cannot be the cheapest?