On Friday the 18th of May 2018, Melbourne Central will be holding a 12-hour shopping event with plenty of offers, bargains, pop-ups, freebies and more.
The theme is violet, so you can expect to see plenty of purple around the centre, including free violet-coloured fairy floss, an ultra violet marshmallow chocolate fondue bar (complete with edible purple glitter), as well as an ultra violet party room.
There'll be over 100 shopping offers, so it'll be a great chance to stock up on some winter clothes.
Melbourne Central is home to stores such as Cue, Country Road, Cotton On, French Connection, General Pants Co., Kookai, Nike, Peter Alexander, Portmans, Sass & Bide, Tommy Hilfiger plus many more, so there are sure to be plenty of bargains.
The Ultra Violet Room If you've been campaigning for a purple colour scheme at home but have been overruled by the rest of the family, now's your chance to live the dream.
Step into a room featuring purple mirror walls, purple bathtub, purple neon lights plus many other purple items. Plus, if you take a selfie and post it to Instagram, you'll go into the draw to win 1 of 3 $100 Melbourne Central Gift Cards.
There will be a range of violet food to suit everyone's tastebuds, including:
Free Violet Fairy Floss - Available from 3pm-10pm on Level 2 near Nike.
Violet Marshmallows dipped in chocolate with edible violet sprinkles from 5pm - 10pm (or while stocks last), on Level 2 near Nike.
Ultra Violet Market - grab some purple donuts, purple cupcakes, and other purple sweet treats from 5pm-10pm on Level 2 near Adairs.
The Ultra Violet Treasure Hunt starts at 10am at the Guest Services Desk on Level 1, with heaps of prizes up for grabs. Follow the clues and check out Melbourne Central's Instagram stories on the day for extra clues. The major prize winner will a $500 Melbourne Central Gift Card.
There will also be tarot readings, live DJs, skill tester (with the chance to win prizes) and much more, so head on down to Melbourne Central to join in the fun.
Melbourne Central is located on the corner of La Trobe and Swanson Streets in the Melbourne CBD. It's easily accessible by car, train, tram and bus (details for getting there are available here).