Kenneth Cobonpue offers exclusive deals to BPI cardholders

For the third consecutive year, the Bank of the Philippine Islands partnered with multi-awarded furniture designer and manufacturer Kenneth Cobonpue for exclusive deals to BPI credit cardholders.

Kenneth Cobonpue offers exclusive deals to BPI cardholders

Clients with BPI credit cards can enjoy real zero percent installment up to 12 months when they purchase Kenneth Cobonpue furniture from May 17 to 19 from its Manila showroom located at The Residences at Greenbelt, Esperanza St., Greenbelt, Makati City.

Cardholders may also avail of this offer when they visit Kenneth Cobonpue's Cebu showroom at 3-A General Maxilom Ave., Cebu City from May 23 to 25.

“We are glad to partner with Mr. Cobonpue for the third year as we enable our clients to bring home some of his world-class creations through BPI Credit Cards,” said BPI Unsecured Lending and Cards - Product and Sales Head Jenelyn Lacerna.

BPI credit cardholders are also entitled to the Buy Now, Pay One Month Later promo and Bonus Madness Limit, a bonus installment credit limit of up to 100 percent of the cardholder’s regular credit line which is subject to approval based on credit history.

On top of these offers, this partnership between BPI and Kenneth Cobonpue also lets cardholders purchase Cobonpue’s creations at a more affordable price with exclusive discounts, only valid during the promo period.

BPI credit cardholders can get 30 percent discount on straight transactions; 25 percent discount on Special Installment Plan (SIP) transactions at a 6-month installment term; 20 percent discount on SIP transactions at a 12-month installment term; and 20 percent discount for selected items, namely, Bloom swivel easy armchair, Chiquita stool, Dragnet lounge chair, La Luna easy armchair, and Yoda easychair.

Creating pieces of functional art with modern design, Kenneth Cobonpue has become known globally for his unique designs and extensive roster of clientele, which include Hollywood celebrities and members of royalty.

Topics: Bank of the Philippine Island , Kenneth Cobonpue , Jenelyn Lacerna
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