Enjoy up to 75% off Raya deals with online platform SUBPLACE


WITH Hari Raya just around the corner, many will be on the lookout for the best deals and promos as they carry out their festive shopping. 

This includes buying items like new furniture and decorations to beautify the house, as Malaysians are looking forward to celebrating Aildilfitri with their loved ones. 

To enjoy great savings and discounts, shoppers may turn their attention towards an online subscription platform, SUBPLACE, which is currently launching a series of Raya deals.

As Asia’s first online subscription shopping platform that offers a wide range of products and services on a subscription or rent-to-own basis, SUBPLACE aims to make high-value purchases affordable to its consumers with low monthly payments. 

The platform also allows one-off purchases on selected items as well.

Consumers may subscribe to receive regular deliveries of household essentials like groceries and personal care products, and rent-to-own furniture or electronic goods. 

For Hari Raya, consumers can get amazing deals such as discounts up to 75% and up to RM35 off with selected promo codes. 

Exclusive offers and promotions for shoppers

Since many will be travelling this festive season and may frequent petrol stations during their trip, users can get  their SHELL e-voucher from SUBPLACE’s website. 

SUBPLACE users can also enjoy discounts of up to 61% off MJ Jewellery 916 Gold, as limited quantities of this piece of luxurious jewellery are available at 12pm daily.

Here are other promotions offered by MJ Jewellery at SUBPLACE: 

For those looking to upgrade their security this Raya, shoppers can take the opportunity of the RM250 processing fee waiver for LOCKIN Smart Locks. The current processing is now only at RM1.

With models such as the X1, 2X Pro and the S30 Pro, they come with break-in insurance, free installation, warranty and feature the latest in-home security technology. 

These three products are on a rent-to-own basis, with monthly payments starting from RM69. 

Here are the monthly prices for each product:


  • Monthly fee: RM69
  • Total payment for rental plan: RM1 (processing fee) + RM69* = RM70 

2X Pro 

  • Monthly fee: RM79
  • Total payment for rental plan: RM1 (processing fee) + RM79* = RM80

S30 Pro

  • Monthly fee: RM89
  • Total payment for rental plan: RM1 (processing fee) + RM89* = RM90

Shoppers can also look forward to a restful evening after a full day of fasting with OGAWA’s MYSOFA LUXE, now available at an affordable price.

The MYSOFA LUXE, together with other healthy living furniture and exercise equipment such as the OMKNEE 2.0 and the TREK PRO 6.1 Treadmill, are available with 12 to 24 month rent-to-own plans, with initial first-month payments of RM674, RM414 and RM659 respectively. 

SUBPLACE also features a range of Kinohimitsu health supplements for those aiming to kickstart a healthy lifestyle. 

With products as low as RM58 and discounts up to 46%, take a look at the exclusive deals offered for the Kinohimitsu Floral Birds Nest 6s (E) x2 Boxes, as well as the Kinohimitsu Collagen Diamond 16s.

Popular diaper brand MamyPoko also has great money-saving promos for Raya.

With high absorbency, leak-free diapers to keep little ones dry and comfortable for prolonged wear, parents can get their hands on the MamyPoko Standard Tape L/XL for just RM26.23 per pack, and the MamyPoko Standard Pants L/XL/XXL for just RM28.95 per pack.

On top of all these offers and deals, SUBPLACE is providing promo codes that are valid until June 4, 2022 for consumers to purchase all their Raya essentials from their site.

Exclusive offer from CIMB Bank Malaysia

Lastly, CIMB Bank Malaysia debit, credit and prepaid cardholders will be able to enjoy a one-month free (capped at RM50) with a minimum spend of RM80 and a three-month subscription offer on all SUBPLACE’s Raya subscription deals through the website or mobile app.

For more information, visit SUBPLACE’s website and enjoy more great deals in conjunction with Hari Raya.

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This article originally appeared on Harian Metro, with rights to be republished on The Malaysian Reserve.