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Lucky shoppers win Boracay getaway

All they did was shop their sun care essentials at Watsons, and these 20 loyal card members got to share a trip to Boracay with a loved one. 

Share the Sun promo winners fly to Boracay for a 3-day/2-night getaway. 
Health and beauty retailer Watsons took the lucky winners of the Share the Sun campaign on an exciting three-day/two-night getaway in Boracay. The winners are Watsons card members who bought at least P500 worth of any of the participating products. 

Out of thousands of Watsons’ loyalty cardholders, 20 lucky winners were drawn to share the sun with family and friends at Shangri-La Boracay Resort and Spa on Oct. 25-27. 

Winners enjoying a banana boat ride. 
In addition to a luxurious stay, the vacationers received loot bags filled with island essentials such as a micellar cleanser for a smooth base, face masks for a glowing complexion, sunblock to keep skin protected, and an after-sun spray to stay refreshed all day, among others. 

The winners were given ample time to explore the islands while being sun-protected from head to toe. They also shared a meal during the thanksgiving dinner on the first night which Watsons hosted at Shangri-La’s magical Cielo Arena. 

Loot bags contain island essentials to keep them fresh.
The promo was part of Watsons’ efforts to reward loyal card members. With a lifetime membership, Watsons Card offers exclusive discounts, two times more points on Watsons-branded products, five times points on the member’s first transaction during their birthday month, and exclusive access to member-exclusive events. 

Topics: Watsons , Boracay , Share the Sun , Cielo Arena , Shangri-La Boracay Resort and Spa
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