Smash Your Piggy Banks: You Can Shop Clothes for as Low as P10
Bring a reusable bag to hold all your purchases!
(SPOT.ph) Grab your face mask, face shield, and travel-sized rubbing alcohol, Spotters, because we found a cool shopping spot you're going to want to visit ASAP. If you're a veteran budget shopper, you know by now that Quiapo is a popular place to visit for all sorts wallet-friendly finds. However, as with other bargain hotspots like Greenhills Shopping Center, Taytay Tiangge, and Dapitan Arcade, you'll need to search the area thoroughly in order to hunt down the best deals. If you're planning on visiting Quiapo soon to stock up on new thrifty finds, we found the perfect place for you to check out—no tedious search party required: Local blogger Explore With Chelo PH shared photos on a Facebook post of an ukay-ukay on R. Hidalgo Street in Quiapo, Manila City where you can score stylish clothes for as low as (wait for it) P10!
Yup, you read that right—you can restock your wardrobe using just the loose change stuck in your couch cushions. This ukay-ukay has T-shirts, blouses, pants, shorts, button-downs, jackets, and more for both men and women displayed on racks upon racks upon racks. You'll get lost browsing every nook and cranny, but we suggest taking your time scanning the area so you can spot all the best finds. It's a great place to check out if you need to stock up for 2021—hey, what's a fresh start without a new wardrobe, right? Better empty out your piggy banks so you can cop as many pieces as your heart desires!
Here's a look inside ever corner of the ukay-ukay:
Explore With Chelo PH also shared some handy tips for buyers planning to drop by this under-the-radar shopping spot: Wear comfortable clothes, try not to haggle too much (how can you beat those prices anyway?), bring a reusable bag to hold your purchases, and of course, have enough cash to pay for everything—don’t expect an ukay-ukay to accept credit cards!
You can find this ukay-ukay at R. Hidalgo Street, Quiapo, Manila City.
While you're in Manila City, you may want to check out this IG-worthy spot: Manila finally opened the renovated Lagusnilad Underpass in August. The pedestrian walkway, which connects Intramuros to the Manila City Hall, is decked out colorful murals depicting Philippine history.