$1 Hershey’s Chocolate Bar, 1-for-1 Toblerone Chocolate & more chocolate deals at FairPrice Finest

Get your chocolates from FairPrice Finest

Stock up your home with these chocolate deals. FairPrice Finest is having a sale on some of the top chocolate brands including Hershey’s, Toblerone, Ritter Sports and more.

$1 Hershey’s Bar

$1 (U.P. $1.80)

You can get any Hershey’s bar for $1 and this promotion should be available at other FairPrice outlets in Singapore. Choose from Cookies’n’Cream, Cookies’n’Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Creamy Milk Chocolate and Peanuts & Pretzels. Promotion valid from now till 1 July 2020.

1-for-1 Toblerone Chocolates

$6.50 (U.P. $13.00)

Buy 1 Get 1 Free Toblerone Milk Chocolates. This comes in a pack of 3 (3 x 100g) retailing at $6.50. You get another pack of 3 free. In other words, you will get 6 Toblerone chocolate bars for $6.50 which works out to be around $1 each.

2-for-$4.95 Ritter Sport

2-for-$4.95 (U.P. $3.70 each)

You can mix and match different flavours from the German-brand Ritter Sport at 2 for $4.95. It usually retails for $3.70 at FairPrice so it’s a steal.

Hershey’s Milk Chocolate S’mores


If might be able to spot this S’mores version of the Hershey’s Milk Chocolate which comes with 6 x Milk Chocolate Bars with size that is ideal for making your own S’mores at home.

Hershey’s Premium Collection


When only the best box of chocolates will do, get the HERSHEY’S Pot of Gold Premium Collection Chocolate Gift Box. Its stamped gold cover pays tribute to Milton Hershey’s love of travel. The nostalgic postcard design hides a decadent assortment of Hershey’s milk and dark chocolates. This premium chocolate box is perfect for sending to friends and family far away or sharing with those closest to you.

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Warehouse sale at Kovan has up to 80% off chocolates from Toblerone, Hershey’s, Cadbury, Ritter Sport & more. Price starts from $1! (19 – 21 Mar 20)

Craving for chocolates? We got some great news for you!

For 3 days only, from the 19th-21st of March 2020, 10am-6pm, enjoy up to 80% off your favourite chocolates, sweets, chips and biscuits at Choc Spot’s first ever direct warehouse sale. Prices start from $1 onwards for limited time only!

With brands like Toblerone, Hershey’s, Reese’s, M&M’s, Lindt, Lorenz, Ferrero, Nutella, Ritter Sport, Kinder, Daim, Cadbury, Kit Kat and many more up for grabs, visit their warehouse at 103 Defu Lane 10, FNA Group Building Level 1, Singapore 539223 to satisfy that sweet tooth!

Enjoy the additional promos below:

  1. Redeem a free limited edition faux leather notebook when you spend a minimum of $20 nett in a single receipt*
  2. Redeem a free exclusive large cooler bag when you spend a minimum of $50 nett in a single receipt*
  3. Free Kagi chocolate (50g) with any purchase when you flash the promo image down below at the sale.*

*Limited to 1 redemption per customer, while stocks last. Terms and conditions apply. Promotions are stackable

  • Date: 19 – 21 March 2020
  • Time: 10am – 6pm
  • Venue: 103 Defu Lane 10, FNA Group Building Level 1, Singapore 539223

Here’s what you can expect from the sale:

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Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolates are going for 2-for-$6 (U.P $10.40) at leading supermarkets for 1 week!

Buy 2 for just $6

Cadbury Dairy Milk remains one of the nation’s favourite chocolate bars, widely considered as the original and best of its kind.

Originally launched in 1905 as a new chocolate bar containing more milk than its competitors, Cadbury Dairy Milk continues to use the ‘glass and a half’ slogan to this day.

You can now enjoy the deliciously creamy milk chocolate at a special price of 2-for-$6 for a week!

Simply visit any of the leading supermarkets from 22 – 28 March 2018 to stock up on your chocolates!


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11 Cheapest Items on the First Months of 2015

Some items are cheaper at certain times. Hence, with planning and knowledge, you will be able to save more money when purchasing throughout the year.

Here are the 11 cheapest things to buy from January to March 2015:



Holiday items such as surplus or unused gift cards, Christmas decorations, and wrapping papers are now selling with discount in stores and in the Internet (e.g., eBay or Carousell). Buy now, as their condition and use will remain ’till next year.


Retailers offer huge discounts on sheets, towels, and blankets in January. But, keep an eye on it all year round, since retailers will put last season’s stuff on sale when new products come out.


Numerous video games go on sale after the holidays are over. Check out Steam and other gaming retailers for discounted prices.


Image Credits: Stefan Ledwina via Flickr

Image Credits: Stefan Ledwina via Flickr

Like video games, companies offer discounts on older computer models to prepare for the upcoming release of new components and systems.



Some stores offer hand phone sales or even a buy-one-take-one scheme during Valentine’s Day. It may seem strange but it’s true.


During cold weather months, many appliance stores offer air conditioners at cheap prices. Also, old models of washer and dryers are being sold with good deals.



Image Credits: Katsu Nojiri via Flickr

Image Credits: Katsu Nojiri via Flickr

Tying the knot in this month means taking full advantage of the discounted prices on reception venues, catering, and photography. You must always be cautious of the venue’s weather.


The surpluses from last month’s chocolates are sold for lower prices.

Image Credits: John Loo via Flickr

Image Credits: John Loo via Flickr


Retailers offer discount on luggage before vacation seasons of spring and summer arrives.


New models are coming out for the summer, so your local golf shops are pushing the old ones out. What’s more? Last year’s gold club models are much cheaper.


Consumer reports and marketing analysis prefers grabbing digital camera in March and April, as sales are the best.

Sources: Reader’s Digest and Lifehacker