Reebonz May-rathon with Sitewide Sale Up to 42% Off

The Reebonz Mayrathon

What is one activity that we all love in between eating? Yes, shopping – of course. Last year, we shared with everyone Reebonz’s year-end sale, and so we heard many of you went crazy at the luxury heaven. We thought only waffles had that kind of power, but since all of you are such fans of Reebonz sale events, here is one more to look forward to for the month of May!

For the whole month of May, there is a series of limited-time (12-hour & 24-hour only) events online and mobile-exclusive Sundown Sales on Reebonz’s website. The highlight of Reebonz’s May-Rathon are the sitewide sale events at up to 42% off (from now – 16 May)! Plus, discount codes and credits can be used to offset further – just imagine the savings!

Reebonz Marathon Sale

Also, receive extra boosters weekly – essentially the credits are rewarded according to your purchases during the promotion period. Here’s how it works: spend S$500 and receive 50 credits; S$1000 for 80 credits; S$2,100 for 100 credits; and S$4,200 for 100 credits + 2x loyalty points (these points are a part of their reward program, where they can be converted to shopping credits).

For May-Rathon, the good people at Reebonz have curated a list of best buys, with different items on sale every day. Prada, Chanel, Alexander Wang, Saint Laurent, Miu Miu… have you already decided what you want? Good things come to those who wait, so the best way to get your hands on your beloved luxury items is to frequently surf Reebonz’s website and refresh daily for new deals.

For the latest promotions, please visit go.reebonz.com/mayrathon1, and like Reebonz on Facebook and Instagram.

This post is brought to you by Reebonz Singapore.

Beginners Guide on Where to Shop in Singapore

Shopping in Singapore

Singapore may be just a tiny red dot on the world map, but we have been put in the spotlight for many things. Apart from being a hub for transiting flights and hub for several other purposes, Singapore has been a popular tourism destination for her regional fans. While we may not have the glamor of the world famous Avenue des Champs-Élysées, we do have a myriad of options for every shopaholic – from budget shopping to all-time favorite high street labels to a session of luxury indulgence.

Here is our Beginners Guide on Where to Shop in Singapore.

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Guide to shopping in Myeong-Dong Seoul

Myeongdong

Seoul is synonymous with everything beauty-related – cosmetics, skincare, eyelash extension, facial reconstruction, plastic surgery… you name it, and I am pretty sure they have it.

While not everyone is game to go under the knife, we are still vain deep within us, and wherever possible, we want to look our best. Without cosmetic procedures, we can still have fun at Seoul with the endless streets and alleys of beauty offerings in the happening area of Myeong-dong. Trust me when I say that even the typical men with zero interest in masks and moisturisers will give in and reach out for that bottle of very affordable face lotion. And needless to say, Myeong-dong is a heaven for females. Here is our guide to shopping in Myeong-dong, Seoul.

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The Mall Factory Outlet Shopping Florence Italy

Prada Factory Outlet

Yes, they weren’t kidding when they bestowed this name upon the place. It is The Mall, indeed. If there was only one place you could shop at when in Florence, it is undisputedly this factory outlet.

Admit it – deep down within us, we all love steals and cheap thrills. And trust me when I say you will thank me for this recommendation.

The Mall is an exclusive outlet destination for luxury goods at a fraction of its original prices. Situated at the outskirt of Florence and at an unassuming enclave in the green Tuscan hills, a day at The Mall is a promising experience. The air in the open is fresh and crisp, the boundless skies are blue and calming, the surrounding is a humble and quiet neighborhood. We spent an entire afternoon there – shopping (well, needless to say), indulging in a mid-day snack, and to simply bask in the serenity of the countryside.

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Guide to Shopping in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Guide

So they say, when in Hong Kong, just eat and shop all day long. It is true. Two of life’s greatest pleasures is what one should indulge in when taking a holiday in the Pearl of the Orient. Apart from the mass availability of food, there is a lot to shop too – shops by the streets, in random alleys, huge malls, night markets… I could use a shopping trip to Hong Kong on an annual basis.

Whether you are a fan of luxe fashion and high street labels, or have a thing or two for Taiwanese/ Japanese fashion, Hong Kong will not disappoint.

For a start, here is a Beginners’ Guide to Shopping in Hong Kong.

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Quick Guide to Shopping in Bangkok

Bangkok Shopping

Shopping in Bangkok is quite an experience, be it spending a day at markets like Pratunam and Chatuchak Market, or visiting the shopping malls like Emporium, MBK Centre and Central World – there is so much to see and buy.

If you have never been to Bangkok, here’s a quick guide that can help you get started.

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