Gudetama-themed flights launched, here’s how to take it from Singapore

Want a ride with Sanrio’s Gudetama? Well, now you can.

EVA Air announced the launch of the new Gudetama-themed flights that operates between Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport and Tokyo’s Narita International Airport on 24 November.

Passengers can look forward to everything yellow from Gudetama pillows and headrest covers to playing cards and plastic utensils.

 

The flights operate from Taipei to Tokyo (Narita) daily:

  • BR196  Taipei Taoyuan – Tokyo (Narita) 15:20 – 19:20
  • BR 195 Tokyo (Narita) – Taipei Taoyuan 20:20 – 23:25

Singapore travellers who want the unique gudetama experience can take a connecting flight to Tokyo via Taipei. From now till 14 Dec, enjoy NT$500 off the promotional fares by simply entering the promo code gudetama when you book your flights on evaair.com

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For more info, visit www.evakitty.com

All images from EVA Air.

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The first Gudetama Cafe in Singapore is opening at Suntec City this November

Get egg-cited as the cute Japanese Lazy Egg is coming to our shore.

The first Gudetama Cafe will be opening at Suntec City this end November.

Be one of the first few to dine at the cafe as they bring you a wide variety of Gudetama-dishes including egg toast, waffle with soft serve ice cream, pizza and coffee.

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Gudetama Cafe
Suntec City Mall
3 Temasek Boulevard Singapore 038983
#01-361

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7-Eleven: Spend & Redeem – Sanrio Characters Marker Pens (10 Aug – 4 Oct 16)

Sanrio Stamp Card

Collect these ‘Sanrio Characters’ marker pens the next time you shop at 7-Eleven.

From 10 Aug – 4 Oct, you can redeem for an adorable ‘Sanrio Character’ marker pen when you accumulate enough stamps. ($3 spend = 1 stamp)

To redeem for one marker pen, you will need:

  • 6 stamps + $4.90; or
  • 24 stamps

* Make sure you pick up the Circus Collection Stamp Card in-store!

There are a total of 12 different marker pens that you can collect in this campaign:

  • From 10 Aug: Hello Kitty, My Melody, Chococat, Tuxedosam, Hangodon, Kerokerokeroppi, The Runabouts, Pompompurin
  • From 7 Sep: Dear Daniel, Gudetama, Little Twin Stars Kiki & Lala

Get all 12 and purchase a Collector’s Edition Carousel (that holds the marker pens) for $29.90.
Sanrio Character Marker Pens

 

In addition, stand to win a grand prize of $20,000 Dairy Farm Gift Vouchers with every minimum of $5 spent in a single receipt. (till 31 August 2016)

SMS to 72008 to participate:

  • 7E <Receipt No.> <Name> <NRIC> <Email>

Check out some of the hot buys that 7-Eleven has handpicked for you in the ad below.

Tips:

  • You get an extra stamp when you purchase the 1-for-1 Oreo cookies deal going at $2.20 for 2 (U.P $2.20 each) till 23 August 2016.
  • If you plan to collect as many as you can, use 6 stamps + $4.90 to redeem for one. (Since 6 stamps is approximately $18 spend, it will cost you about $22.90/pen vs 24 stamps which costs you $72/pen)

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Watch the marker pens in action:

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EZ-Link: Gudetama Limited-Edition Ez-Link Cards Now Available at TransitLink Ticket Offices (From 15 Jul 16)

Gudetama Ezlink

Meet the most unmotivated Sanrio character ever — Gudetama, the lazy egg!

Sanrio’s egg-turned-mascot character gets its name from a combination of the words “gude“(pronouced goo-deh), which is a Japanese onomatopoeia for describing something or someone with no energy or strength, and “tama” from the word tamago, which means egg in Japanese. And sure enough, Gudetama is an egg that, well … seems to lack the energy to do anything active at all.

EZ-Link has released the latest Gudetama Ez-Link Cards that comes in 3 different designs.

Each design is available at $12 with $7 load value and is available for purchase at TransitLink Ticket Offices*! While stocks last.

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Watch Sanrio’s Gudetama video here:

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