If you haven’t already blown your Government vouchers, you may want to give this a quick read before you do. Fact is, there are some places in Malta where your vouchers can go quite a lot further than others. We’ve looked around, and here are some of the tastiest deals we’ve found…better use them before a second wave lockdown!
If you ladies are looking to get your glam on, make sure you visit Inglot, where your blue voucher’s value will not only be accepted, but DOUBLED! That’s twice as many perfumes and cosmetics for the price. That’s some gorgeous bang for your buck.
Nothing says summer like burgers and cocktails by the beach, and Ray’s Lido has got it all. And now, you’ll get a 25% upmark on every 20 euro voucher ( if you’re not a mental-maths fan, that’s an extra 5 euros worth). If you need any more persuasion, Ray’s Lido is located at Little Armier, so you’ll have views as good as the deal itself.
When it comes to sentimental gifts, jewelry is always a classic option. If you’re thinking of treating someone you love (or hell, even yourself), well then, MVintage are offering 30 Euros worth of Jewelry per 20 euro vouchers. Now’s the time to make that romantic gesture, lads!
Now we’re free to go out and about (fingers crossed we’re not speaking to soon), it’s time to think about our get-up. Thankfully getting stylish won’t mean going broke this summer, as Retail International are accepting vouchers, and will give you 10 Euros off the full price. Offer is applicable at ALDO, Marks & Spencer, Punt Roma, LC Waikiki and Charles & Keith.
Dr Juice never fails to amaze us ( they sent a cup into space, goddammit). They’re impressing us all over again, offering 2 of their ultra-cool black stainless steel cups for every 20 Euro Voucher used. What’s more, the cups will be filled with whatever juice you like. Being healthy has never been this tempting.
While we hope our readers enjoy treating themselves to a great meal or a little shopping therapy, please keep in mind that health and safety comes first. Keep wearing your mask, use hand sanitizer regularly, and social distance yourself as much as you can. Malta did an excellent job keeping the virus rate low, lets not let ourselves slip into a pandemic again so soon.