WIN A Brand New ISUZU Car & Prizes Up To RM300,000 When You Shop With Avenue K

We’re now heading into the final month of the year and if you’ve been needing a pick-me-up, Avenue K Shopping Mall’s got a few up their sleeves. They are currently running a contest until 30th November 2022 where you could win an ISUZU D-Max 1.9L 4×4 AT Premium and more – so read on to learn how to participate!


It’s time to shop & win with AVENUE K LET ME WIN! CONTEST

As it’s currently the season of gifting, there’s no better place to start your shopping route than at Avenue K. With their ongoing Let ME WIN! Contest, you’ll be able to stand a chance at snagging the Grand Prize of a ISUZU D-Max 1.9L 4×4 AT Premium car or a pair of AirAsia return flights to Bali, Bangkok or Hanoi along with RM 2,000 worth of Shopping Gift Vouchers! Not to mention, other prizes worth up to RM300,000. Who knows, this could be your lucky year!

Here’s how to join:


Spend RM300 (RM200 for AK Neighbours Cardmembers) in a single receipt at any store in AK to stand a chance to win a car or other prizes.*


Drop your original receipt & completed contest form into AK Lucky Draw Box.



Be physically present at the Live Lucky Draw & Prize Giving Ceremony on Saturday, 10th Dec 2022.

For more details click here “


*T&C apply.

Walk Away With Your Purchases & Wins

Well, what are you waiting for? The contest will only run until 30th November so it’s time to get shopping and win big at Avenue K! Don’t forget to also sign up for the AK Neighbours Card if you don’t already have one- just request for a free card at the Information Counter at Level G and that’s it, good luck!


Avenue K Shopping Mall

Address: 156, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm (Daily)

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