Hasbro Gaming wonderland launches at Changi Airport’s T3 for June holidays

By Faye Bartle |

Hasbro Gaming at Changi Airport

Hasbro Gaming has taken over Changi’s T3 departure hall with family-friendly fun-filled games and experiences.

The departure hall in Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 has been transformed into a Hasbro Gaming ‘wonderland of fun’ to keep fans of all ages entertained during the June holiday period.

Running from 26 May to 16 July, the Hall of Games brings to life phygital versions of classic favourites including Monopoly, Hungry Hungry Hippos, Twister, The Game of Life and Guess Who?, complete with a whimsical playground, top photo spots, and Changi-exclusive premiums.

From striking a pose with Mr. Monopoly to taking part in a fast-paced on-screen game of Hungry Hungry Hippos, there’s lots of fun to be had.

One free Gamer Pass can be redeemed with a minimum spend of S$50 (or S$80 in the supermarket) in a single receipt at participating outlets in the public areas of Terminals 1 to 4 (excluding Jewel Changi Airport).

Visitors can redeem an additional free pass with payment by Changi Pay or Mastercard.

Alternatively, Gamer Passes can be purchased for S$5 each.

Hasbro Gaming at Changi Airport

Passengers can play larger-than-life phygital versions of much-loved games.

“We are thrilled to be partnering Hasbro Gaming to bring the wonder of board games into Changi Airport,” said Phau Hui Hoon, General Manager for Landside Concessions at Changi Airport Group.

“Just as the airport is a place for friends, family, and people the world over to connect, board games bring everyone together and are precious opportunities to create fun and memorable experiences.

“We hope this June holiday event will not only rekindle the magic of games for those who grew up with them, but also introduce those who might be new to this world of fun.”

Hasbro Gaming at Changi Airport

The T3 departure hall is now a temporary home to games such as Hungry Hungry Hippos.

Check-in row 11 in the T3 departure hall is also home to a ‘fantastical’ world of Chutes and Ladders – and more Hungry Hungry Hippos.

Kids can let off steam at the Mega Bounce playground, by jumping on the inflatable landscape, slipping and sliding down chutes and ‘splashing’ into a river of marbles, or ‘diving into the gaping maw of a humongous hippo’.

Hasbro Gaming at Changi Airport

At the Hasbro pop-up store at Basement 2, passengers can redeem premiums and purchase Hasbro merchandise.

A Mega Bounce pass can be purchased for S$5 with every S$50 spent (or S$80 in the supermarket) in a single receipt at participating outlets in the public areas of Terminals 1 to 4 (excluding Jewel Changi Airport), capped at three passes per receipt.

An additional pass can be purchased with payments made by Changi Pay or Mastercard. Direct purchases can be made at S$15 each.

Those reaching the qualifying spend for the Gamer Pass or Mega Bounce pass are also eligible to buy a Changi-exclusive Hasbro Gaming premium, such as a Cluedo pillow or Connect 4 backpack, priced at S$11.90 each.

Hasbro Gaming at Changi Airport

Gamers can take the chance to purchase Changi-exclusive premiums such as Connect 4 and Monopoly backpacks, as well as Twister and Cluedo cushions.

Shoppers can buy grab-and-go versions of popular games, as well as Transformers merchandise ahead of the release of the feature film Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, which is hitting theatres globally on 9 June 2023.

The ST3PS area at Basement 2 is also part of the activation, decked out to look like an oversized Monopoly game board, with location names featuring notable Changi sights.


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