Guess The Price and Get Freebies @ StevenGoh.com

In conjunction with Digi promotion week, StevenGoh.com is selected as one of the advertising site to give away free goodies to all the readers. It is very simple to take part, you just need to guess the price of the Wantan Mee below and you will stand a chance to win Digi Leather Business Card Casing and Digi Ballpoint Pens. 

There are 5 sets of leather business card casing and ballpoint pen to be given away.

Hits and Clues:

  • The price is cheap.
  • Location of this stall is near to Jetty, Penang Island.
  • The name of the coffee shop starts with “Seng ____”.

Terms and Condition:

  1. Place your answer at the comment of this post.
  2. DO NOT place your address or any personal information in the comment, just put your valid email address under the email column and if you are the winner I will drop an email to you personally to get your details.
  3. The contest will end on 8-Nov-2008, 11pm (GMT +8)
  4. The result will be published on StevenGoh.com on 9-Nov-2008.
  5. Only the first 5 accurate answers or nearest will win the prizes. 

The prizes are sponsored by JS One Technology Sdn. Bhd, the Digi Business Plan Dealer in Penang.
For more details on Digi Business Plan, please call 04-226 9936 or email to: enquiry@js1tech.com

17 thoughts on “Guess The Price and Get Freebies @ StevenGoh.com”

  1. Hmmm… I don’t think I have to guess anymore. Just send me the gifts. LOL! Well, give me something harder next time please.. haha 😛

    This mee is very familiar for those budgeted diners. The shop is located just behind Neww BT Cafe, Weld Quay at the junction of Gat Lebuh Armenian and Lebuh Victoria. Seng Hong Cafe should be the name. Normal/Double Noodles cost RM1.80/MR2.20 per set. It used to be only RM1.60/RM2.00 months ago.

    Taste wise is average. It could be better if the boss were to use egg noodles rather then the normal plain noodles. The stall opens as early as 5am until 11.30am daily except on Sunday.

    http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

  2. RM1.80 per late, the standard one that my dad usually promote to us. But I haven’t got the chance to try.

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