[Deal] Huawei Users in Singapore can redeem a free Bubble Tea

Amidst the ongoing US trade ban saga, Huawei is taking an opportunity to show its users gratitude for their support by partnering with Partea to give out free bubble tea for its smartphone users.

This awesome deal will take place over two weekends, starting from this Friday (July 5th) till Sunday (July 7th), and again on July 12th to July 14th, from 11AM to 2PM.

All you have to do to redeem a free bubble tea is to simply flash your Huawei smartphone over at the counter, and sign up for the Partea membership (it’s free!) if you’ve yet to do so. After which, you are free to choose any drink from their extensive menu regardless of it’s price.

You can check out the entire terms & conditions as follow:

  1. Promotion will be available at any of the Partea outlets listed below: 
    1. Century Square, #B1-30
    2. Changi Airport T4
    3. Clifford Centre (Closed on Saturdays and Sundays)
    4. OUE Downtown Gallery, #03-29 (Closed on Saturdays and Sundays)
    5. Suntec City Mall, #02-470 Suntec City Mall North Wing, 038983
    6. Waterway Point, B1-K4, Punggol Central
  2. Promotion is valid for two weekends in the month of July: 5 – 7 July and 12 -14 July, from 11am – 2pm, applicable for Huawei users who show their Huawei phones over the counter.
  3. All Huawei mobile phone users who are non-Partea members, can instantly join the free membership at any outlet to enjoy the deal.
  4. Complimentary drinks are limited to the first 300 customers in each participating outlet per day.
  5. Customers are entitled to any drink on the menu, limited to 1 redemption per customer, per day.

For the benefits of those who’d missed out, local retailers Challenger and Courts are currently running a 2 Years Assurance Warranty & Money-back program for select Huawei devices from now till August 31st.

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