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Rustan's Red Tag Store in Robinson's Place Manila

NOTE: This entry is in response to my FemaleNetwork sisters who have been curious about Rustan's "warehouse" store in Robinson's Place Manila.  Hope the info I could supply here helps to satisfy your curiosity.  =)

I've been to the Robinson's Place Manila branch of Rustan's numerous times.  Although I've never known it to have been called the Red Tag store before.  If I remember correctly, the first time the store opened a few years back, they were selling the usual priced items found in any Rustan's outlet.  However, my recent visits there has got me thinking otherwise (or maybe they just changed tactics on me.  Hehehe!)

Anyway, I was in Robinson's Place Manila last sale weekend and decided to drop by Rustan's for a while.  I noticed they changed the name of the store to Rustan's Red Tag.  And in the spirit of sale weekend, they too were on sale.

However, no sale duration was posted on any of their banners.  Plus I've been to this store before and they offer discounted Rustan's items year round.  So I'm not exactly sure of this is just a marketing ploy though.  Hehehe!


Store facade

The store is a small area located on the 2nd floor of the Padre Faura wing.  Once inside, you'll notice the usual department sections.  Here are just a few of the sale items of note:

 
Le Sportsac bags for as low as P1,2++

 
Women's accessories section

Aerosole sandals for as low as P999.00

Various maternity and baby wear items also on sale.

Disney toys for as low as P345.00

J. Lo white denim pants for P999.00.  Was originally selling for P3,950.  
I was also able to spot a lot of Baby Phat and Sinequanone items as well.

Lulu bags for as low as P700.00

Havaianas at 30% off. 

A word to the wise, there are some items with the usual wear and tear, so please check your items thoroughly.  I've noticed this on a lot of toys and houseware items.  Not much for the apparel.

Rustan's Red Tag store also has sections for housewares, men's, teen's and kid's apparel.  I wasn't able to take more pictures since manong guard was already on to me.

Hope this entry helps.  =)

Comments

  1. Thanks for the article. Followed your link from GT. :)

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  2. Hi! Thanks for the info... but I'm so far. :( We are so deprived of these sales... huhuhu...

    Oi sis! Make me happy.. Please vote for me!☺ Click here: http://www.havaianasphilippines.com/happysoles/willtravel/p2_profile.php?pid=9 Thanks!!!

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  3. Sure! Good luck! From your post pa lang, I'd be suprised if you won't be chosen. =)

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  4. Thank you so much for this!

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  5. Hey there!
    Im going to Philippines in a couple of weeks and can you tell me exactly where this store is? Is it in a mall?
    thanks so much
    reply plz asap! :D
    xxx

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  6. Its inside Robinson's Mall Manila branch. Near Ermita, Manila. =)

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  7. i want to know if how much the havaianas high on a sale now

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  8. Hi! I'm writing about outlet stores for The Philippine Online Chronicles and I was wondering if we could borrow some of your images here for it? We would of course credit and link back to you to help shoppers get to know more about Rustan's Red Tag. :)

    Thank you!

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  9. Sure. No problem. =)

    Thanks for visiting my blog. =)

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