Top celebrities Nico Bolzico and Laureen Uy recently joined hordes of shoppers during the first day of the Landers Superstore’s Super Crazy Sale, an exclusive shopping event for members.
With Landers’ Super Crazy Sale, members availed of exclusive promos and up to 50 percent discount on all their home and lifestyle needs. Only in Landers Superstore can shoppers find Woolite Extra Dark Care Laundry Detergent or Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes on the Go for only P1.00. You can also get Bella Lux Fine Linen for only P299.75 and get another one for free. Or celebrate with a bottle of Baron de Bellac Brutus for only P199.75 from an original price of P399.75.
Landers Superstore even takes its first anniversary celebration to a whole new level with a 50 percent off on membership renewal, buy-one-get-one free for new membership applications, super fuel sale, and many more SurPrices.
Deemed Landers Superstore ambassadors, Bolzico and Uy, together with other excited members, had a blissful shopping experience as they delighted in the Superstore’s 8,000-square meter vast shopping space, well-lit aisles, and a wide array of quality local and imported products. Landers Superstore is also the first membership superstore in the country to have a cozy coffee shop (Doppio), a comfortable diner (Landers Central), and a delectable bakery (Dough & Co.). Plus, it exclusively offers all-year round discounts at its very own five-star gasoline station, Caltex.
Join the craze and rush to any Landers Superstore near you. You may visit Landers Superstore – Balintawak at 1240 EDSA Balintawak Apolonio Samson, Quezon City or Landers Superstore - Otis at 1890 Paz Guazon St., Paco, Manila. But if you’re in the Queen City of the south, you may go to Landers Superstore – Cebu at #23 Minore Park, Cardinal Rosales Ave. cor Pope John Paul II Ave, Cebu. Branches are all open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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