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Shopee celebrates Love Day with up to 90% off on deals

Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, celebrates the season of love with Shopee Valentine’s Day Sale from February 13 to 15. Take this opportunity to shower loved ones with gifts with discounts up to 90%, such as the Apple Airpods 2, GoPro Hero 8, and Xiaomi Redmi Note 8. Shopee offers a sweeter deal for one special couple to win a staycation at Holiday Inn & Suites Makati through Shopee’s Feb-Ibig Forecast.

Shopee celebrates Love Day with up to 90% off on deals

Win a Staycation for Two with Shopee’s Feb-Ibig Forecast

Shopee brings back the Feb-Ibig Forecast by popular demand in time for Valentine's Day. From February 13 to 14, users can check their love prediction twice a day on the Shopee app. With every prediction, users are one step closer to winning an overnight stay with breakfast buffet for two at Holiday Inn & Suite Makati. 

Shopee Valentine’s Day Sale offers discounts up to 90% off

From February 13 to 15, Shopee Valentine’s Day Sale will offer a full day of exciting promotions including: All-day sitewide free shipping with ₱0 minimum spend; Discounts Up to 90% off: Get up to 90% off deals at the finale of Shopee Valentine’s Day Sale, such as the Apple Airpods 2, GoPro Hero 8, and Xiaomi Redmi Note 8; ₱9 deals: Stand a chance to score face masks, charging cables, socks, and other affordable items for only ₱9; Exclusive Shopee Live: Stay tuned as Raffy Tulfo becomes Shopee’s very own Love Doctor for one day, and give love advice to users; Shopee Hourly Prizes: Check back every hour for a chance to win Shopee Coins from a coin pool of 50,000. 

Find out more about Shopee Valentine’s Day Sale at https://shopee.ph/m/valentines-day-sale.

Download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.

Topics: Shopee , Shopee Valentine’s Day Sale , Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 , Shopee’s Feb-Ibig Forecast
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