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Get $0.90 Iced Milk Tea At LiHO Outlets On Weekdays

8th July 2019

Milk Tea at LiHO

LiHO Suntec City - Milk Tea
Image credit: @xavierlur

It’s been close to two years since LiHO took over all Gong Cha outlets in Singapore – before the latter made its comeback. In that time, they’ve established themselves and stood out from the pack with unique creations such as their cheese tea and salted egg bubble tea.

However, they have another ace up their sleeves, and that is constantly giving promotions. Stalk their Facebook page closely, and you will be rewarded with the likes of $1.20 milk teas to commemorate 12th December 2018 or $2.20 Earl Grey Milk Teas as a form of thanks to their customers.

LiHO Milk Tea Promotion - Drink Bags
Image credit: @lihosg

The latest offer to grace the streets of Singapore is their milk tea promo, going at just $0.90! This is really cheap, considering the average coffee shop sells their teh peng at $1.20. That means you’ll be saving quite a bit by bringing your tea-spilling sessions to LiHO.

LiHO Suntec City - Outlet
Image credit: LiHO Singapore

That being said, there is a slight catch. Before you make a beeline to your nearest LiHO outlet, do note that this offer is only available at selected kiosks on weekdays from 1pm to 6pm. The good news is that unlike their previous promos, this one seems to have no expiry date in sight. So you can expect cheap tea time for a long time.

You can get your cheap boba fix at the following outlets:

  • Century Square
  • Clementi Central
  • Kinex 
  • Aperia Mall
  • Parkway Centre

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Not that we’re advocating truancy, but for all you office workers out there, that means you gotta fast game if you’re looking to sip on this sweet beverage.

LiHO Suntec City - Pearls
Image credit: @xavierlur

Of course, no bubble tea is complete without pearls. Just take note that it’s gonna cost you an extra $0.50 if you want boba swimming in your cuppa. But hey, milk tea that costs $1.40 is something I haven’t experienced since primary school, so no complaints there. Take a photo for the ‘gram and tag the outlet you purchased the milk tea from to try your luck at winning some bubble tea vouchers.

Feature image adapted from LiHO Singapore and @xavierlur

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