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Delicious choices daily with FamilyMart all-day value meals

There’s no need to go far for a delicious and satisfying meal that won’t break the bank, because from breakfast, lunch, and even great afternoon snacks, FamilyMart got you covered. With a number of different options on its menu, the popular Japanese convenience store makes sure you won’t run out of choices any time of the day. 

While you’re on your way to work early in the morning, you’ve got Everyday Breaky Treats from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. to jumpstart your day. Buy any of the breakfast meals or sandwiches, and get 20 percent off on an 8-ounce UCC Coffee Café Americano. 

Have your coffee along with a hearty breakfast of your favorite silog meals, like Cornsilog, Tocilog, Hotsilog, and Tapsilog. For an option that can be easily eaten on-the-go, choose from FamilyMart’s different sandwiches like Chicken Salad, Tuna Salad, Egg Salad, Ham & Cheese, Corned Beef & Egg, or Sausage & Egg. 

Convenience store FamilyMart offers a wide selection of meals for breakfast, lunch, and merienda 

For lunch, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., FamilyMart brings you Noontime Treats. Have any Donburi meal that suits your cravings for the day and get 20 percent off on any 12-ounce juice to go with tasty servings of Sisig, Pork Binagoongan, Pinakbet with Bagnet, Pork Steak, Chicken Adobo, Beef Teriyaki, Beef Caldereta or Katsudon.

To recharge yourself in the afternoon, you can look forward to Mid-day Treats from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.. Beat the afternoon heat by getting 20 percent off on a 12-ounce Calamansi Zing or Taro Slush Super Freeze when you pair it with a Chicken Cheese Dog Sandwich, Chicken Nuggets, or Lobster Balls. 

FamilyMart is the second largest convenience store chain in the world with over 18,000 stores across Asia. 

In the Philippines, FamilyMart has branches in Makati, Ortigas, Quezon City, San Juan, Manila, Mandaluyong, Marikina, and Fort Bonifacio Global City. 

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