Changi adds new car to ‘Changi millionaire’ prizes
Ni Nyoman Wira
The Jakarta Post
The annual retail promotion ‘Be a Changi Millionaire’ by Changi Airport Singapore has added a new Volvo S90 T5 sedan as one of its prizes in addition to the reward of one million Singapore dollars (US$721,250).
“We are always looking at how to inject more buzz and excitement for our shoppers and with the introduction of the all-new Volvo S90 T5 luxury sedan as an additional prize on top of the million dollars, Changi Airport shoppers now have even more chances to win and to win big,” said the executive vice president commercial Changi Airport Group Lim Peck Hoon in a press release.
The program, which enters its eighth installment this year, has lured passengers to shop and dine in over 360 retail and 140 dining outlets inside the airport. In order to qualify for the lucky draw, they must to spend at least S$50 in a single receipt between May 4 and Oct. 31.
One finalist will be chosen monthly for the Grand Draw and be a step closer to winning. Those who shop via the airport’s online shopping platform iShopChangi and Platinum members of the Changi Rewards loyalty program will also get the opportunity to become a finalist. Moreover, those who make purchases of over S$500 in accumulated spending in a single day will also have the chance to win the sedan, which will be displayed at the programs event sites in all Changi's terminals for six months. There will also be interactive games for the visitors to play to receive shopping vouchers.
Last year, Indonesian passenger Ade Iskandar Roni came out as the winner of the program, which attracted almost 1.2 million entries from participants globally. Another Indonesian, Irvung Tio, was also crowned as the winner in 2013. (kes)
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