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S$20 off total bill with a min. spend of S$100 at Anti:dote, Fairmont Singapore

From: OCBC Bank

S$20 off total bill with a min. spend of S$100 at Anti:dote, Fairmont Singapore
  • 30 Apr 2022
  • 11 Mar 2022
  • S$20 off
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Terms and conditions

Payment must be made with an OCBC Credit/Debit Card.
Valid from 2 March 2022 to 30 April 2022.
Minimum spend of S$100 can comprise of items from the regular menu and excludes service charge or government taxes.
Splitting of bills and table is not allowed.
Not valid in conjunction with other discounts, membership privileges, promotions or vouchers.
OCBC reserves the right at its absolute discretion to terminate the promotion or vary, delete or add to the promotion, or any of these terms and conditions, at any time without notice including without limitation, the dates of the promotion.
OCBC shall not be responsible for the quality, merchantability or fitness for any purpose or any other aspect of any product/service. Notwithstanding anything herein, OCBC shall not at any time be responsible or held liable for any defect or malfunction in any product or the deficiency in any service provided, and/or any loss, injury, damage or harm suffered or incurred by or in connection with the use of any product/service by any person.
OCBC’s decision on all matters relating to the promotion will be final and binding on all participants. No correspondence or appeal shall be entertained by OCBC. In the event of any inconsistency between these terms and conditions and any brochure, marketing or promotional material relating to the promotion, these terms and conditions shall prevail.

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