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Marks & Spencer lowers prices in PH stores

British clothing, toiletries, and food retailer Marks & Spencer has a treat to shoppers in the Philippines. 

Marks & Spencer lowers prices in PH stores
Slim fit pure cotton polo shirt and orange print quick dry swim shorts
With the brand’s “New prices you’ll love” campaign, fashion products sold at Marks & Spencer stores here in the country are offered at lowered prices, by an average of 18 percent across menswear and lingerie, and an average of 28 percent for womenswear. 

Marks & Spencer lowers prices in PH stores
Bold floral print relaxed fit T-shirt and pure cotton chino shorts
The slashed prices put T-shirts from P695, jeans from P1,550, dresses from P1,550, knitwear from P1,750, and handbags from P1,550.

Marks & Spencer lowers prices in PH stores
Floral print jersey long sleeve blouse
“This season, we’ve invested into our prices to make us more competitive for our customers in the Philippines. By introducing new prices across all our clothing products, our customers will be able to take a fresh look at our style—with the quality you know, now with lower prices you’ll love,” enthused SSI Group president Anton Huang.  

Marks & Spencer lowers prices in PH stores
Pure cotton checked shirt, slim fit pure cotton T-shirt, and regular fit jeans
Marks & Spencer has traded in the Philippines since 1997 with its franchise partner Rustan Marketing Specialists, Inc. It now has 20 franchise stores and two outlet stores in the country.

Topics: British clothing , toiletries , food retailer , Marks & Spencer , Anton Huang

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