Why join Tupperware?
Unlike traditional “MLM”, Tupperware’s business model is not a scam. Our parents have used Tupperware products for over 20 years in Singapore and there is always a need for household products we can all trust. You are not asked to sell dubious products such as “magnetic mattresses”, ‘negative ion bracelets” and such. You sell real physical useful Tupperware products. There are no monthly fees, no monthly mandatory “autoship” products, no “quota” to chase if you just want to earn the basic 25% profit margin from your sales.You can start with as low as a S$35* one-time.
What are the requirements?
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Purchase a starter kit or pay $35* for the membership
What are starter kits?
They are special one-time deals that you can purchase along with membership fee included. Do note that you will only get ONE chance to buy one kit per membership lifetime so grab this opportunity!
What if I do not want to buy a starter kit?
Can. Just pay $35 for the membership fee. However, within the next 30 days, you will have to purchase $107 worth of Tupperware products of your choice under your membership in order to confirm your membership.
What's the difference between a member and a consultant?
No difference. Generally, people who join so that they can buy Tupperware products for themselves at a discount will identify themselves as members. Those who are actively selling Tupperware to earn money are called "Consultants".
Okay, I am interested. How do I start?
WhatsApp us at +65 9024 2048 to make arrangements.
You'll then need to meet us to:
- Sign the original application form
- Pass us a copy of your NRIC (Front & Back)
- Make payment for the starter kit or membership
Please have your bank account details ready when meeting us as this is required as part of the application form.
Can I sign up online?
As the application is a form of agreement that requires your signature, we are unfortunately unable to process this online.
Am I considered employed by Tupperware?
No, you are considered an independent consultant.