Massive Meiji Warehouse Sale In Jurong On 15 & 16 Nov
There’s no better time than the end of a long year to treat yourself, and if a holiday is too expensive, why not spend on some snacks instead?
You can’t go wrong with classics like Hello Panda or Yan Yan, both of which Meiji will provide endless supplies of at their warehouse sale on 15 and 16 November.
So if you’re in need of an end-of-year sweet treat, mark your calendars and get your wallets ready.
Meiji snacks on sale at Jurong warehouse
Chocolate-coated or chocolate-filled biscuits were the stuff of most our childhoods, and their tastiness will never grow old (unlike us).
You can’t beat the satisfaction of biting into a Hello Panda and letting the little dollop of sweet cream fall onto your tongue.
Or the thrill of licking the cream off a stick of Yan Yan till all you have left is the plain biscuit underneath. Now with cool flavours like tiramisu and matcha, your everyday snack becomes more of a special dessert.
On top of other rich, chocolate varieties Meiji is popular for, they also sell light yet yummy plain crackers perfect for those with less of a sweet tooth.
Imagine your kitchen shelves, or better yet, your office pantry filled with these delicious tidbits. Of course, you can keep them for yourselves too. We won’t snitch on your secret stash.
Special offers for bulk purchases
Meiji hasn’t revealed the official marked down prices, but based on previous warehouse sales, you can expect to find some pretty good deals.
Most customers walked home with huge bags or boxes of Meiji snacks, which means that they’re much cheaper when you buy in bulk.
However much you’ll end up spending, getting at least a few weeks’ supply of snacks will definitely be worth the trip.
Here’s more information for those planning your haul soon:
Address: Meiji Seika (Singapore) Pte Ltd, 36 Quality Road, Singapore 618806
Opening hours: 15 & 16 Nov, 10am-5pm
Nearest MRT station: Boon Lay
Even if you’re not going far this holiday, make a journey to the West of Singapore for this sale which shouldn’t be missed.