October is a special month for one giant mall chain—it is the month it was founded and the birth month of its founder.
In October 1958, Henry Sy, Sr. opened his first shoe store, ShoeMart, in downtown Manila. And in 2021, SM Supermalls continues its founder’s vision to cater to the needs of customers as it rolls out a monthlong sale promotion beginning with the Super 10.10 Sale ongoing until Oct. 10 at all The SM Store branches nationwide.
Shoppers get P100 cashback voucher for every P1,000 single-receipt purchase today until Oct. 9. And on Oct. 10, SM Advantage Card holders will be entitled to an extra 10 percent off with a minimum P3,000 single-receipt purchase.
A highlight of the Super Month is the Founder’s Weekend from Oct. 15 to 17 (Sy was born on Oct. 15, 1924). Super-sized deals await beginning with the Super Shoes Day on Oct. 15, during which huge discounts on top shoe brands are offered across all department store branches nationwide. There will also be a Super Sale, a BDO-MasterCard Rebate, and bank and e-wallet promos during the three-day event.
Daily deals on essentials and everything in between are lined up for The SM Store’s Super Deal of the Day from Oct. 19 to 28. SM Supermalls has also prepared more shopping and dining Super Deals. SM Malls Online is also treating shoppers to a Super Midnight Flash Sale.
In addition to deals and discounts, SM will be giving away P100,000 shopping money to the lucky winner of its Super TikTok Challenge (sing and dance to the tune of “We’ve Got It All For You”), ongoing until Oct. 15; and P10,000 to a customer and a Suzuki Skydrive Sport Motorcycle to their rider for the Super Riders (upload a selfie with your delivery rider) ongoing until Oct. 17.
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