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​Taipei Shopping Season to Offer Raffles Daily, Weekly, Monthly

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Post date:2021-11-03

Updates:2021-11-03

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Mayor Ko Wen-je attended the press conference announcing the start of Taipei Shopping Season at city hall on November 2. During his address, he mentioned that with the pandemic subsiding, the city government is working with local commercial districts to organize over 80 promotion activities for the latter half of 2021.
​Taipei Shopping Season to Offer Raffles Daily, Weekly, Monthly 
From today through February 15, 2022, anyone spending NT$200 or more at any of the 1,000 partner stores can enter a series of raffle, including daily, weekly, and monthly ones. There is also a special Wanhua bonus raffle.
 
The mayor encourages the public to collect the digital version of uniformed invoice, which provides more convenience in terms of being paperless and easier to organize. With a wide range of prices from EV mopeds to smartphones, he urges the public not to miss out on the raffles of the shopping season activity.
 
The Taipei City Office of Commerce (TCOOC) pointed out that those with uniformed invoice or receipts from purchases of NT$200 or more at stores in Taipei (between October 8 and February 15 of 2022) can register their receipt/uniformed invoice on the activity website for a raffle opportunity. Purchases from partner stores give you 2 entry opportunities. Furthermore, those shopping at businesses registered in Wanhua can also take part in the monthly Wanhua bonus drawing. Winners will be chosen starting November 6.
 
This year’s event also integrated the option to connect with individual accounts on the E-invoice Platform. For those visiting the activity website for the first time, they can click on the option of linking with their E-invoice Platform account. Once they confirm the link, all qualified digital uniformed invoices uploaded from Taipei stores will be automatically entered into the draw.
 
For more information, please visit the Chinese Facebook fan page of TCOOC ([Link]) or the event’s official Chinese website ([Link]).

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