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Shop at your leisure in Rustan’s with Citi PayLite

Drop by the nearest Rustan’s Department Store and enjoy 0 percent Citi PayLite up to 12 months – plus get free P2,500 worth of gift certificates with single-receipt purchases starting at P50,000.

This easy-on-the-pocket promotion is available at participating Rustan’s Department Stores: Makati, Shangri-la Plaza, Alabang Town Center, Gateway in Araneta Center, Ayala Center Cebu, and Rustan’s brand boutiques in Newport Mall and City of Dreams. 

No need to rush as this exclusive offer runs until Jan. 31, 2018, but then again why wait? When you make the qualifying spend, be sure to redeem your complimentary checks by March 31, 2018.

Citi offers 0 percent PayLite and other freebies to cardholders shopping at Rustan's  
Citi is also giving away a free 16GB flash drive when you spend a single-receipt purchase worth at least P20,000 at 0 percent Citi PayLite for six months at Villman, and a free lens cleaning kit for a minimum single-receipt transaction of P25,000 at 0 percent Citi PayLite up to 24 months at Henry’s Camera. If sounds are more your thing, get a free Scosche Boomcan when you avail of 0 percent Citi PayLite up to 24 months for a single-receipt purchase of P50,000 at Beyond the Box or free Schoshe Thudbuds when you spend a minimum single-receipt purchase of P25,000 at 0 percent Citi PayLite for the same period at Digital Walker.

Also note that availing of 0 percent Citi PayLite installment plans gets you FREE dishes from some of the top restaurants such as Pound, Mesa, Hook, Foo’D or Todd English Food Hall until Oct. 31.

Topics: Rustan’s Department Store , Citi PayLite
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