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How to win P850k worth of electronics in 100 seconds

If you were given the chance to grab all the appliances and electronics you want in 100 seconds, keeping your cool would likely be a challenge. However, for Janet Navio, the winner of the second leg of BPI Credit Cards’ SIP and Grab Challenge, sticking to a game plan led to success.

. BPI SIP and Grab’s second winner Janet Navio (right) with son Raeven
“When I found out that I had won, I told my son Raeven (whom she nominated to do the challenge for her) to research on the Internet. I told him to prioritize lightweight items such as cellphones and laptops and put them in the BPI red box, then the huge items to follow,” shared Navio.

She happily went home with a limited edition Star Wars laptop, a fully automatic Panasonic washing machine, PS4 units, and 17 cellphones including an iPhone and Samsung S9s, totaling over P850,000, in a span of 100 seconds. Among all the items she won, the laptop was on the top of her list, for her son’s education.

Raeven managed to get P850,000 worth of appliances and gadgets in 100 seconds
Two winners have already been drawn, the third and fourth winners are yet to be named. 

Every qualified BPI Special Installment Plan (SIP) transaction, with a minimum single-receipt of P20,000, at a 12-month term or longer, earns you a raffle entry to the challenge.

To apply for a BPI credit card, go to any BPI branch or through www.bpicards.com.

Topics: Janet Navio , BPI Credit Cards’ SIP and Grab Challenge , BPI Special Installment Plan

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