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Noel Bazaar levels up Christmas shopping

Christmas shopping in Noel Bazaar has never been more rewarding as the country’s biggest Christmas bazaar and Air Asia have partnered for the airline’s exclusive seat sale promo.

In the tie up, Noel Bazaar shoppers can avail of a limited number of promo tickets from AirAsia on a first come, first served basis.

Noel Bazaar inks partnership with AirAsia for the airline’s seat sale promo  
Apart from enjoying shopping for various items from over 500 participating merchants, ranging from fashion and beauty products, gifts, toys and novelty items, Noel Bazaar visitors will also be rewarded by AirAsia. The first 5000 shoppers will be given a Noel Bazaar Shopping Passport with discounts and promos from selected merchants. Once they have completed the stamps, they will be entitled to join the raffle draw where they have a chance to win airline tickets for two to any local destination. 

Winners will be announced at the end of the bazaar.

The Noel Bazaar Series 2017 will take off at the World Trade Center Manila on Nov. 16-19 and will return for another run on Nov. 24-30. They will be swinging South to Filinvest Tent Alabang on Nov. 30-Dec. 3 and will make its final stop at the SMX Convention Center Pasay on Dec. 14-17. Shoppers can also enjoy cashless shopping through Globe’s GCash scan to pay, with 10 percent rebate for every transaction.

Part of the proceeds from the bazaar will go to GMA Kapuso Foundation.

For inquiries on the Noel Bazaar Series, contact CUT Unlimited Inc. at (02) 372-7023-25, or email [email protected]

Topics: Christmas shopping , Noel Bazaar , Air Asia , GMA Kapuso Foundation , World Trade Center , Manila , SMX Convention Center , Pasay
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