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Shopping: Landers super crazy sale

Landers super crazy sale

The much-awaited sale of membership superstore Landers is happening today until Oct. 20 at all branches nationwide. 

Shopping: Landers super crazy sale
Some of the items offered at discounted prices or buy-one, get-one promotion during the super crazy sale. 
Members can start their Christmas shopping as the Super Crazy Sale brings discounts up to 50 percent, massive buy-one, get-one deals, and other surprises such as the 1-peso sale. 

The superstore’s coffee shop, Doppio and bakery, Dough & Co. are likewise offering exclusive discounts on drinks and delicacies.

In addition, every single-receipt purchase worth P3,000 at Landers-Caltex stations awards members coupons for additional fuel discounts, which is on top of the regular, all-year-round member-exclusive mark down on fuel prices. 

Landers Superstore branches are located at Alabang West in Las Piñas City, ArcoVia City in Pasig, Balintawak along Edsa, Otis in Manila, and Minore Park in Cebu.

Metro Department Store anniversary sale

In celebration of its 37th anniversary this month, Metro Department Store holds its annual Anniber-SAYA Sale from October 18 to 20 nationwide. 

Items from all departments will be discounted up to 50 percent off. Special items will be available for customers who spend a minimum of P1,500. Garment steamers, cooking utensils, home appliances and more coveted items are offered at 55 percent off.

Metro Rewards Club cardholders get double reward points and free items for every minimum purchase of P2,500 or P1,500. Metro Business Club members get a gift for a minimum purchase of P5,000.

Shopping: Landers super crazy sale
Discounted household items are up for grabs at the anniversary sale. 
Thirty-seven winners will each win a 49-inch LED TV. 

Topics: Landers , Super Crazy Sale , Metro Department Store , Anniber-SAYA Sale
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