One of the most popular things we have ever done at What’s Good? is the fukubukuro “lucky bag” concept that we launched last Christmas at What’s Good? Singapore.
Fukubukuros are a Japanese retail tradition where retailers would pack an assortment of goodies and seal them inside bags and sell them for at least 50% off their normal retail value. You don’t know what’s inside the bags but since it’s such a great deal a lot of customers don’t mind and in Japan queues for fukubukuros outside department stores normally stretch around the block.
Ryan originally came up with our fukubukuro concept and it went down really well with customers as they got a lot of good shit at ridiculously cheap prices.
In fact, our fukubukuro launch went down so well that almost overnight other shops started offering the same “lucky bag” concept so I’m glad we started something cool in Southeast Asia (yet again)
This Christmas we’re bringing the fukubukuro concept to Malaysia and starting from tomorrow (22nd December) we’ll have 30 fukubukuro bags up for grabs at What’s Good? Kuala Lumpur.
If you cop a bag and the Ts don’t fit give it to one of your friends for Christmas la – tis the season for sharing ma. I’ve made sure that there’s a lot of good stuff in the bags, there are even some of our latest What’s Good? X Eric Haze Ts in there as well as our What’s Good? X Know1edge monogramme joints.
There are vouchers inside 13 of the bags that will let you buy one of our super hot trucker caps for 50% off retail price so don’t say I’m not taking care of you.
And the best news?
Each fukubukuro is only RM100.00.
For more details about this promotion, click here.