Singapore Expo Electronics Show

In celebration of Singapore Expo’s 20th Anniversary, Singapore Expo Electronics Show will be giving away FREE cash vouchers with no minimum purchase to the first 5000 fair visitors per day for 3 days only, from 26 to 28 April 2019 at Singapore Expo Hall 6, from 11 am to 9 pm daily!

Find all kinds of electronics at the lowest possible at Singapore Expo Electronics Show, including TVs, Aircon, HiFi, kitchen appliances such as fridges, washers, and small appliances such as kettle, toaster, microwave etc. These products are offered directly from top electronics brands such as Apple, Daikin, Electrolux, Farfalla, Hisense, Hitachi, KDK, Lenovo, LG, Midea, Mitsubishi Electric, Panasonic, Phillips, Samsung, Sharp, Tecno, Toshiba, Turbo and York.  

On top of all these super deals, you can offset your purchases immediately with the Free Vouchers given out!

Steps to redeem the cash voucher:

  • Visit the Singapore Expo Electronics Show from 26-28 Apr 2019.
  • Approach the redemption counter with your photo identification (NRIC, driving license, work permit, employment pass etc.)
  • Inform the redemption counter which cash voucher you’d like to redeem (only 1 cash voucher per person per day)
  • You can now use this cash voucher to offset the relevant product category at the fair! Cash voucher must be presented to the cashier before payment.

Here some suggestions on how to maximise your savings:

Panasonic 2-door Fridge

Usual Price:$599
Show Price:$369
By offsetting $80 voucher, you only need to pay $289!

Panasonic Top Load Washer

Usual Price: $619
Show Price:$429
By offsetting $50 voucher, you only need to pay $379!

Philips 75” Ultra HD 4K LED Smart TV

Usual Price:$5,999
Show Price:$2,988
By offsetting $100 voucher, you only need to pay $2,888!

All sales and promotional items are limited, and all stocks are being sold on first come first serve basis. Interested customers are advised to head down early to avoid disappointment.

Download brochures here:

Mark Ko

Mark Ko

Besides tech, I love chicken rice. Point me in the right direction and I'll go and try it. :)
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