Sunday, March 28, 2010

It's from JUSCO?!!!



One of my sisters just love to watch Yakuza-spired movie and she recently introduced me to this movie called 'Kamikaze Girls'. I trust her taste - she knows the best stuff out there, not the usual fala-la-la stuff. OMG, if you enjoy Stephen Chow's movie, you'll definitely love this movie. So oh, bizarrely funny...so Japanese.

Kyoko Fukada plays a blonde fashionista who's into Victorian-lolita inspired clothings.

Quick fact: You can find a lot of Jap girls in this fashion in Harajuku Street. One of the 'paparazzi' shots I took last Sept (during first day of Raya).


Let's talk Jusco now :D

Did you know you can get discounts or free trials with your J Card? Yes, the Jusco card. It's not only a point collecting scheme, there's a LOT of benefits you can gain by just flashing the card and perhaps with a little help of a JCard catalogue.

My worn out Jusco catalog
Currently I'm using my JCard for Starbucks; 10% discount for any beverage. You can also get 10% off on ala carte in A&W. Other food outlets that grants 10% off are Jogoya, Johnny's (steamboat), Mr Teppanyaki, Carl's Jr (RM30 and above), Sushi King (RM60 and above)...pretty much most restaurants in Jusco/Aeon mall.

There's also privilege on Beauty services (facial treatment), fitness centre, hotels and lots more!

My advise: Go to JCard member counter and grab 1 or 2 copies of their catalog. Put one in your car or better bring if you want to get discounts. To view the online privilege catalogue (valid from July 1, 2009 - June 30 2010) go HERE.


A few days ago, I went to mYoga at Garden's Midvalley in attempt to go for trial as mentioned in the Jusco catalog. The reception made me wait to see the sales person. I told the sales person about the JCard privilege and I am entitled to get 2 free sessions and she told me that she didn't know anything about Jusco and its privilege! I didn't have the catalog with me at that time, so I can't prove anything. Aiyoyo! Will bring it next week to show them. It's either the sales person was not informed about this or for the fact not a lot of people know about such privilege.

Anyone up for yoga or ballet?

2 comments:

  1. You're welcome. Most shops, in fact all of them won't ask for your JCard for discounts. Cos lets face it, I'm sure they don't want you to know about such 'privilege' :D

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