SM Markets, Watsons now on Grab

posted July 14, 2021 at 08:45 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Grab inked a deal with SM Markets and A.S. Watson Group, enabling GrabMart shoppers in Metro Manila and Cebu to order from the brands.

SM Markets, Watsons now on Grab
GrabMart customers can now order their health and beauty essentials from Watsons via the app. 
Customers can now place orders from SM Supermarket, Hypermarket, Savemore, and Watsons via the app and receive them at home in just an hour.

“SM’s vast network of stores and wide range of products will make shopping more convenient to Filipinos, especially people short on time or unable to easily visit stores,” said Anton Bautista, head of deliveries at Grab Philippines.

Those who need something from Watsons may also opt to order via the Watsons app and have it delivered in five hours or less with the app’s Express Delivery service co-powered by GrabExpress. Further, shoppers can also use GrabPay to pay for their Watsons purchases both online and in-store, and earn points whenever they use Grab’s in-app wallet.

“We are delighted to collaborate with Watsons to offer safe, reliable, and convenient services to shoppers, including deliveries and cashless payments,” Bautista said.

“We saw a shift in our customers’ shopping behavior with most of them turning to e-commerce platforms to purchase their necessities, and they expect their purchases to be delivered fast. This partnership allows our customers to conveniently shop for their essentials without having to worry about their safety,” said Watsons general manager Danilo Chiong.

As a welcome treat, GrabMart customers can get free delivery for P700 spent on Watsons products using the code WATSONS or get P100 discount and free delivery for a minimum of P1,990 using WATSONS100 until July 18.

Topics: Grab Philippines , SM Markets , A.S. Watson Group , GrabMart , Anton Bautista
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