Get Yourself A Good Night’s Sleep This Weekend

Say goodbye to that old, creaky mattress

Ah, sleep. The one thing everyone wants, but also the one thing we mysteriously can't get once we hit the bed. There are many reasons why sleep eludes us — from worries and stress, to the weather and, of course, our beds. If you, like us, are sick of your bed creaking every time you turn, or feeling your bedsprings dig into your spine, it’s probably time to find yourself a new mattress that will actually help you rest. 

And what better place to do that than at the Robinsons Home Fair & Bedshop? The annual event, celebrating its 11th anniversary this year, has been offering great discounts on popular and quality mattresses and homeware since 2005. 

Expect up to 30% off selected products from renowned brands like Simmons, Sealy, King Koil and Tempur, plus get an instant $50 rebate when you spend $500. 

Not sure where to start looking for The One for you? You can book an appointment with the department store’s Bedshop Experts (yes, this is a thing) through their online bedshop concierge, Choose & Snooze

While you’re at it, why not go all out with a room makeover? There are plenty of electronics, lifestyle and dining products on sale throughout the three Robinsons outlets to complement your new bed.

Besides shopping, check out the series of cooking demonstrations that will be taking place at Robinsons The Heeren, conducted by professional chefs Eric Neo, Mark Lu and Martin Yeo. Even if you’re not looking for new kitchenware, we can’t think of a better way to recharge while shopping than chowing down on food samples made in-store. 

The Robinsons Home Fair & Bedshop is held at all Robinsons stores, from now till 21 August. The cooking demonstrations at Robinsons The Heeren will be held on 13 and 20 August, from 3pm to 5pm. For more info, head here.

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