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Disney Winter Celebration - Collectible Cards Gallery

Disney Winter Celebration - Collectible Cards Gallery

Disney Winter Celebration - Collectible Cards Gallery  
Kick Start Your Collection Journey to Unveil Incredible Rewards 

From 16 November to 27 December 2021, for every HK$200 spent* in a single transaction via electronic payment at tmtplaza, Olympian City, Citywalk, China Hong Kong City and Tsim Sha Tsui Centre & Empire Centre and successfully registering for Points, S⁺ REWARDS members may receive a virtual Disney collectible card^ on random basis on or before 2 January 2022.  

There are 8 series of Disney virtual collectible cards in total, the more styles of card you collected in a series, the more prizes you may redeem, including S Coupons, rare physical collectible cards, Disney gifts and many more. Moreover, members may also redeem a physical version of the virtual Disney collectible card you have collected with 2 Points! 

Round off your Christmas with the full set of collectible cards!  

*Participants shall receive max. 10 Disney virtual collectible cards in each transaction. Each eligible sales receipt and corresponding electronic payment receipt may only be registered once for the “Disney Winter Celebration - Collectible Cards Gallery” and may not be used in conjunction with other promotions or redemption activities, except S⁺ REWARDS Points registration ,free parking offers and “Shop More, Win More Instant Win Lucky Draw” (Trade Promotion Competition Licence No.: 54980-8) registration. Members can accumulate and register up to a maximum of HK$10,000 in spending via electronic payments per day.  

^Member must unveil their virtual Disney collectible card, redeem and collect prizes on or before 2nd January 2022 9pm. After the deadline, they will be considered forfeited. No restoration will be allowed. 

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