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Great Friday Sales At AEON Kinta City, Ipoh

UNEXPECTED SPENDING...

Shortly after dinner last night, we took a walk at AEON Kinta City with intention to walk off some calories and that was it.  Never expected yours truly to "fall into temptation" upon walking into Jaya Jusco.  Looks very happening the moment we entered, sales is called Great Friday and there was a 3-days sales going on.  Walked into the electrical and home department and that was where my hundreds of ringgit "flew away" ... LOL...

First hole was spend buying two bed protectors, two pillow protectors and one bedsheet.  There was an additional of 10% on top of the 70% given.  Aiyoh.. how to resist!  Walked further on, there was a few staff "making noise" with the bedsheets... banging two of them together.  Oh dear, that attracted me again cos the price was below what I usually buy.  Same brand, much cheaper... OK, buy!  Then staff recommended two charcoal pillows... normal price RM60, now RM79 for 2.... OK, Buy! 

A few steps away, something caught my eye... Khind Oven!  Been eyeing the exact one for a couple of months already, compared prices with electrical shops and online websites... and so far, here is the cheapest... RM279 where everywhere else is RM329 and over.  Ok, buy or don't buy... buy or don't buy????
Result : Bought..... 
Hope it won't become a "white elephant" in the kitchen.... 
Either that or it might trigger me to open another blog called 
Reanaclaire's Kitchen... 
LOL... 


Comments

  1. I bought a TV. So cheap!
    Haha

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  2. Ah, so you can now bake, bake, and bake with your new oven!

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  3. Looking forward to your another blog named Reanaclaire's Kitchen hee hee

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  4. NO ONE could resist! This is what we call a toaster oven, and almost everyone has one. When it is hot weather, you do not have to heat up your big oven. I use mine almost every day. Muffins, toasted sandwiches, anything that fits I will put in. Heating up leftovers too. Also melting cheese on top of a sandwich.

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  5. Good idea! Another new blog will be interesting!

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  6. I got one oven like that, Morgan - changed my credit card points for that.

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  7. Maybe the oven, can bring to Johor, wink wink hint hint

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  8. Spend! Spend! Spend! One in a blue moon, that happens to me too. So, no more excuses for not baking LOL!

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  9. Nice. More cookinh and baking in the kitchen.

    I can't wait for the first Aeon to open in Kuching sometime next year. Haha. Have vouchers that not yet use.

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  10. This Brand is good and very lasting!

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