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Mango Private Sale for RCBC Banckard Cardholders

Yup.  You've seen it in the major broadsheets.  You've probably heard it from a friend.  Heck!  They even have a big billboard dedicated to it along Edsa.

RCBC Bankard has indeed partnered with famous European-based clothing store, Mango in a special credit card made for fashionistas out there.

To commemorate this event, a private and exclusive Mango members-only sale will be held on June 16, 2010 at the Mango Glorietta 3 branch in Makati City from 12 noon to 10 p.m.  This private sale is open to all trendy and fashion-conscious holders of other RCBC Bankard cards.

To enter the sale venue, Mango-RCBC Bankard cardholders need to present invites that will be mailed to them.  While other RCBC Bankard cardholders will have to flash their cards at the entrance.

Discounts of as much as 50% can be enjoyed.  And as part of the unique benefits of their card, Mango-RCBC Bankard cardmembers are also entitled to purchase store items at 0% installment for 3 and 6 months.

Hmmm..maybe its time I consider a getting a new credit card?  =D

Comments

  1. the mango credit card can only be used for other establishments or only for mango?

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  2. It acts like a regular credit card and can be used in other establishments, but has special additional benefits everytime you use it in Mango stores.

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