Novelty Shop Quirks Is Closing Down Their SM Megamall Store After Nearly a Decade
Every item is on sale until the last day of operations.
(SPOT.ph) If you've got a fascination for kitschy collectibles and nifty knickknacks, you've probably visited novelty shop Quirks a few times in your life. The specialty gift store is a one-stop shop for all kinds of unique toys, games, home finds, and more, all curated with the intention of "[infusing] irreverence and humor into everyday living [and] turning any household into a playhouse" as their website notes. We here at SPOT.ph have ourselves been dazzled by their whimsical offerings, especially those inspired by pop culture favorites like Harry Potter and Star Wars. In heartbreaking news, it looks like you'll have less spots to go the next time you want to explore their charming range of collectibles because Quirks is closing down their branch at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City. The outpost first opened in October 2012—nearly a decade ago—though it was eventually relocated from Building A to Building D a.k.a. Fashion Hall.
Quirks PH to Officially Close Down Their SM Megamall Branch
For the shop’s last few weeks of operation, they'll be holding a Closing Sale where every item will be available at 50% off. The branch's official last day will be on February 28, so don't miss your chance to visit one last time before saying goodbye.
In mid-2020, Quirks also closed down their store at SM Aura. According to the Quirks website, the novelty shop’s SM Megamall branch is just one of two Quirks branches left in the Philippines, their Power Plant Mall outpost in Makati City now being the last one standing. It should be noted, however, that Quirks also distributes their collectibles to partner stores. They also offer their finds through several online platforms.
Quirks' SM Megamall branch is at 5/F Fashion Hall. See a list of Quirks stores retailers.
For more information, log on to Quirks' Facebook page.
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