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Wilcon Depot gives 1-M loyalty points


THE country’s leading home improvement and construction supply retailer, Wilcon Depot, celebrates its 42nd anniversary by giving away one million loyalty rewards points and exciting prizes this month.

With its newest offering, “Wilcon Depot Loyalty Rewards Promo,” valued customers can get a chance to win one million Wilcon loyalty rewards points and make their dream home renovation come true. There will also be 15 winners of Hamden kitchen appliances and 10 winners of Smartphones.

Exclusive for Wilcon Loyalty cardholders, the promo will runs from October 1 to 31. Wilcon customers must shop for a minimum of P5,000 in-store or online purchase in a single receipt to be entitled to one electronic raffle entry.

“Giving back to our valued customers has always been at the core of Wilcon. Celebrating our success in the business for over four decades, we just want to reward our customers for their relentless patronage and loyalty. Launching this promo is also our way to thank all Filipino homeowners and builders who have helped us achieve where we are right now,” said Wilcon Depot SEVP-COO Rosemarie Ong.

To make home shopping more enjoyable and rewarding for its customers, the giant retailer also introduced the digital format in its loyalty rewards program. You can download the Wilcon Loyalty Mobile app at the Google Play Store for free and experience the convenience of earning, redeeming, and checking your loyalty points real-time

Customers can register at Wilcon website www.wilcon.com.ph and submit their entries until November 5. The winners will be randomly selected via an electronic raffle draw on November 12.

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