SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 30 March 2023 – From 1 – 30 April, iShopChangi kickstarts the month with great April “fuels” from Kinohimitsu, its brand of the month. Enjoy fantastic savings of up to 78% off the health & wellness brand storewide, with complimentary gifts up for grabs at various minimum spends. What’s more, shave off further when you cart out during the sitewide 4.4 flash sale.
Not to mention, iShopChangi is giving away S$100 of ClassPass^ credits weekly to its top spender, with two winners in the first week to kick off the sweepstakes.
^ClassPass is a platform that offers classes in collaboration with local gyms and fitness studios.
Get More Deals As You Spend More
iShopChangi shoppers can also enjoy deals and complimentary gifts with a minimum spend on Kinohimitsu products. Expect up to S$32 off and a Kirona Scent Aroma Diffuser worth S$49 to take home. With incredible gifts and attractive deals up for grabs, Kinohimitsu is the brand to snap up from iShopChangi this April.
Codeless Deals (on Kinohimitsu products only)
1 – 30 April 2023
S$12 off and complimentary Hooga Reed Diffuser* (worth S$15.90)
S$25 off and complimentary Bird’s Nest with Korean Ginseng 6’s* (worth S$45.90)
S$32 off and complimentary Kirona Scent Aroma Diffuser* (worth S$49)
*While stocks last
4.4 Flash Deals & More
4.4 Flash Sale
From 4 – 9 April 2023
12% off* with no min. spend. Discount capped at S$50.
20% off* with min. spend S$400. Discount capped at S$150.
8% off* min. spend S$400. Discount capped at S$50.
*Product exclusions and T&Cs apply.
Look forward to even more savings during the 4.4 Flash Sale with up to an extra 20% off on the month’s featured brand and a wide selection of iShopChangi’s best products. Choose from a wide range of categories like beauty, electronics, wine & spirits, and more.
This April, when new users of iShopChangi cart out, they will get a warm welcome with S$20 off* with a minimum of S$79 spent. Simply use the code <ISCNEW20> to enjoy more savings on iShopChangi’s wide selection of brands. For extra savings, cart out via Changi Pay and enjoy S$5 welcome voucher for new Changi Pay sign-ups.
Travellers may place their orders between 30 days in advance and up to 12 hours before flying and pick up their purchases from the Collection Centres across the departure halls of all terminals at Singapore Changi Airport. Alternatively, spend S$59 and enjoy delivery in Singapore.
Non-travellers can cart out at tax and duty-absorbed prices on iShopChangi and have their items delivered for free when they spend at least S$59 and provide a Singapore residential address for delivery. If not, they can pick up selected products from the Jewel Collection Centre. No minimum spend is required.
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iShopChangi was launched in 2013 as an extension of Changi Airport’s promise to deliver greater comfort and convenience to travellers in its suite of airport retail offerings. Passengers can browse and purchase tax- and duty-free products across all terminals between 30 days to 12 hours pre-flight on the e-store – and choose to collect their items at Collection Centres within departure, upon arrival or have them delivered free in Singapore. Providing easy access to over 30,000 products across 900 brands and exclusives such as Changi First product launches, the site has since received global recognition with its award for Best Website – Retail Customer Facing at The Moodies: the Airport and Travel Retail Digital Media Awards 2018. In early 2020, the e-commerce store started to retail a selection tax- and duty-absorbed products to Singapore-based residents without the need to fly.
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