Watsons gives members more deals, discounts

posted March 18, 2019 at 09:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Watsons Card ensures its members “look good and feel good” with exclusive offers, discounts, deals, and more value for their money. 

Watsons gives members more deals, discounts
From left: Watsons senior Customer Relationship Management manager Loi Sanchez, customer director Viki Encarnacion, and Customer Relations Management controller Jay Soliman
“Customers pay a one-time membership fee of only P100 to be a lifetime Watsons Card member. This means no accumulated receipts needed and no annual renewal fees. You have the Watsons Card for life. This program is really about members getting more savings and the best offers” said Jay Soliman, controller for Watsons Customer Relationship Management.

Members get exclusive member discounts on their favorite products. Watsons Card holders also earn points whenever they shop. One point is earned for every P200 spent. They also earn more points when they shop online at www.watsons.com.ph.

Shoppers also get double points for all Watsons Brand products, from personal care to Watsons Generic medicines. They also get five times points on their first transaction during their birthday month. Every 1 point earned is equivalent to P1. Points can be used to pay for health and beauty purchases at Watsons.

“Watsons Card members also get dibs on new products and invites to member-only events like movie block screenings, trips, symposia, and a lot more experiential events,” said Soliman.

To be a member, just go to any Watsons store in the Philippines, pay a one-time membership fee, and fill out a short members registration form. 

Topics: Watsons Card , Jay Soliman , Watsons Generic
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