From P9,895 to P2,895: Get Up to 70% Off on Nike and Jordan Sneakers This Weekend
Drop by the Nike Factory Store's huge sneaker sale!
(SPOT.ph) Got any plans this weekend? We know, we know—just reading that question feels a little bleak right now considering the, er, general state of things. But hey, anything to get a temporary moment of solace right? In case you desperately need a distraction from everything going on, how about a weekend shopping spree? Not only do you get to spend a few hours on a fun activity, but you also get to return home with a fresh new find that can boost your mood—at least for a little while. Here's the perfect place to go: Nike Factory Store is having a Great Hero Sale until September 12 and you wouldn't want to miss it!
You can get up to 70% off on Nike and Jordan sneakers when you drop by this exciting weekend sale. We spotted pairs you can shop for as low as P1,995 as well as styles with price drops up to P7,000 off! Nike Factory Store has several branches across the country, but if you're stuck inside Metro Manila—as most of us are—you'll likely only be able to visit their outpost at NLEX Drive&Dine in Valenzuela City, which also happens be their biggest store in the country. We'd say it's totally worth the drive!
For those outside the capital, you can hit up their stores at NLEX Pampanga, SLEX Mamplasan, Paseo Outlets Santa Rosa, XentroMall Antipolo, Savano Park San Jose Del Monte, and The Cabanas Malolos. You can even shop the sale if you're in Visayas because they also have a branch in The Outlets at Pueblo Verde Cebu!
Check out some of the discounted sneakers you can shop at the Nike Factory Store Philippines sale:
And just to get you excited, take a peek inside some of the Nike Factory Store branches across the country. Each spot is filled with seemingly endless shelves stocked with all the sneakers your heart could possibly desire.
Take a look:
For more information, log on to Nike Factory Store Philippines' Facebook page.
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