Nibbles and munchies Sweet rewards for corporate partners

What better way to strengthen your business relationships than showing your appreciation with Villa del Conte artisanal chocolates from Padova, Italy. You can choose from Villa del Conte’s wide array of luscious creations such as Praline Balls, Praline Sticks, Ovicinis and ‘Thank You’ dark chocolate. These Villa del Conte premium chocolates can also be specially curated in lavish gift baskets with bottles of wine. 

Villa del Conte accepts bulk orders for corporate gifts with personalized packaging. 

Citi is rewarding its cardholders free BonChon chicken for every P1500-worth of purchase in the same dining establishment
Visit Villa del Conte stores at Greenbelt 5, Century City Mall, Shangri-la Mall, Resorts World, Alabang Town Center, SM Megamall and Robinsons Magnolia. For bulk orders, contact (02) 893-2575 or 621-6101. Go to for more information.


Free Wings Rack or Chops Rack at BonChon with your Citi card. Chicken lovers have a reason to rejoice. Enjoy this delicious offer from Citi Credit Cards and BonChon, the home of delicious Korean-style chicken. 

Get a six-piece Wings Rack or a four-piece Chops Rack for free when you make a minimum single-receipt purchase of P1500.00 at select participating BonChon branches across the country. 

Remember, the free dish must be availed at the same time as the dine-in or take-out transaction. Promotion is valid everyday until Oct. 31. 

To learn more about other delectable promotions and deals, visit or call the 24-hour Citi Phone at (02) 995-9999.

Topics: Villa del Conte , Artisanal chocolates , Padova Italy , BonChon , Citi card
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