Join the fun of the fidget spinner craze with special edition Justice League spinners exclusively from 7-Eleven.
Join, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman by collecting these specially designed spinners.
To get a limited edition spinner, simply collect 25 stickers. Or, to speed things up, register for the CLiQQ Rewards app and collect only 20 e-stamps. One sticker or e-stamp is earned when you buy P50 worth of products at 7-Eleven. Get automatic stickers/e-stamps when you buy booster products. Check out which products are booster items on the 7-Eleven website. Promo runs until Nov. 21.
To make things even more exciting, the Justice League spinners come in blind packs so that each item is a surprise.
Filipinos have a deep fascination with superheroes, making this promo timely, especially with the theatrical release of the much-anticipated DC film, Justice League, just a few weeks away.
“7-Eleven is happy to always provide exciting products and promos for our customers, so that they can always look forward to fresh new offerings in our stores. Right now, we are happy to bring these Justice League heroes to the hands of our customers. With these spinners, we’re bringing your favorite comic book heroes closer to you,” Jose Victor Paterno, president and CEO of Philippine Seven Corporation, the local licensee of 7-Eleven said.
The fun doesn’t stop there though, 7-Eleven is also launching a spinner contest online, featuring Spinner Heroes like Liui Aquino, Eunice Jorge, Paolo Valenciano, and Saab Magalona. Tune in on the 7-Eleven Facebook page to witness and join these Spinner Heroes as they take their spin in spinning the Justice League Spinner.
Share your spinner stories and use the #SpinnersUnite #JusticeLeague and #711ph.
To know more about this promo, check out the 7-Eleven website at www.7-eleven.com.ph, or the 7-Eleven CLiQQ Rewards app.
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