It’s time for festive shopping and Christmas has broken early at the Harvey Norman Factory Outlet. So hurry up at the Australian retail chain’s store at Viva Business Park, 750B Chai Chee Road and be the first to get the Top 40 Christmas Hot Buys.

Expect a 55-inch, branded 4K UHD Android TV for $ 949 (limited to just five sets), an Apple MacBook Pro starting at $ 1,499 (limited sets), a queen-size mattress from Eclipse Evans at a special price of $ 789 and leather sofas from $ 999.

Enjoy over 50 percent off the Panasonic NR-BX460XSSG / SS refrigerator (USD 597, normal price USD 1,399; limited display sets), the Shark cordless handheld vacuum cleaner (USD 149, normal price USD 299; limited to 40 sets) and the Cygnett ChargeUp Pro Power Bank ($ 97, common price $ 199).

Also save $ 60 on the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 instant camera ($ 99, common price of $ 159; while supplies last) and $ 30 on an 11.6-inch everyday laptop ( $ 359, common price $ 389).

As one of the participating retailers in the National Environment Agency’s Climate-Friendly Households program, eligible households can use their USD 150 e-vouchers to purchase an energy-efficient refrigerator from Harvey Norman.

You will also receive a 10 percent discount on the reduced prices for refrigerators from 3 ticks as well as free disposal and additional years of guarantee with a 15 percent discount on product maintenance.

Citi credit card holders will receive a complimentary $ 50 Harvey Norman voucher with a minimum of $ 1,000 for a single receipt (limited to the first 300 redemptions) or a $ 100 Harvey Norman voucher with a minimum of $ 2,000 USD for a single receipt (limited to the first 300 redemptions). . Conditions apply. Contact the store for more information.

Zero percent interest rate payment plans are also available, with a minimum of $ 500 on credit cards from major banks.

Free shuttle buses run daily from 7 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. on weekdays from 7 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. and on weekends and holidays from 10 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. from Bedok, Pasir Ris and Tampines MRT stations to the factory outlet.