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BPI Early Christmas Treat & Exciting Finds at Landers Superstore

Christmas is just around the corner and its that time of the year again when shopping, and shopping, and shopping comes to mind. And as an early Christmas treat to its cardholders, BPI partnered with Landers Superstore to make shopping jolly for BPI Cardholders.

The BPI x Landers Superstore partnership entitles BPI Credit Cardholders to  FREE Landers Membership Card with a minimum single-receipt purchase of P3,000 using their BPI Credit Cards. 

"We want to give our cardholders the gratifying experience and convenience of shopping at Landers," said Jojo Ocampo, SVP and Head for BPI Cards and Payments Group. "For an affordable minimum, our cardholders can become Landers members and have the privilege to shop for a wide range of household products and groceries." 


"We appreciate the idea that the customer feels the excitement of shopping first, before becoming an actual member. This gives them options," said Gwen Lim, President of Landers Superstore. 

For non-BPI cardholders, they may apply for a BPI credit card thru BPI sales agents inside Landers Superstore for a chance to enjoy this exclusive privilege and perks. Applicants also get a free scoop of Doppio ice cream, too! 

The free membership for BPI Credit Cardholders runs until October 31, 2017 only.

Here's a peak inside Landers Superstore:

This is my favorite section, the cheese display and the pastries, cookies, cakes. I bought some packs of mozzarella slices which are really budget-friendly. 


The chocolate section. I love that most of the choices are not found in other groceries and are also reasonably priced. I am a bit sad though because looking at this photo, I suddenly realized that I forgot to get a pack of that dark almond chocolate with sea salt. Hayyyy, reason to go back and shop at Landers. ;)


There's also a section for organic food items. I do love that Radical Coconut Chips! And if you are a fan of Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar, Landers Superstore is selling the big bottle at a really, really cheap price. Hoard na! 


"All I want for Christmas is this "sosyal" na inihawan ... " Perfect for grilling steaks and BBQs this Christmas season or on any occasion. Heavy-duty also. 


So here's some of the items that I bought from Landers Superstore. I spent a little over P3,000 because I found, or rather saw someone with a roasting pan that only costs P250 and I want one for myself as well. 


After I got my receipt, I was escorted to the membership counter, was given an application form, and after a few minutes, I got a Landers Superstore Membership Card. So easy 'no? 



Stay tuned for my Landers Superstore food finds. :)





Landers Superstore
Otis, Manila

Landers Superstore
Balintawak, Quezon City

Landers Superstore
Pope John Paul II Ave., Cebu City


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