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BPI brings Big Blowout to North Luzon

 

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) announced that it is bringing its anniversary promo caravan “BPI Big Blowout” to MarQuee Mall in Angeles, Pampanga on October 25 to 27.

Aspiring buyers of cars, houses and lots, as well as early Christmas shoppers in North Luzon will be able to enjoy great deals and promos on various BPI products and services, such as low loan rates, free insurance, waived fees, low down payments, and many more during the event.

“We are extending our 168th anniversary celebration and at the same time expanding the coverage of our promo caravans so we can reach out to as many Filipinos as we can across the country,” said BPI division head of North Luzon Marwin Galvez.


“We want to help more people to realize their aspirations with budget-friendly financial options, promos, and low interest rates,” he added.

Galvez said there are many exclusive treats that BPI has arranged with its partners, including free one-year motor insurance, waived processing fee and free chattel mortgage for auto loans, a 6.88 percent fixed interest rate for five years and waived fees of up to P50,000 for housing loans, as well as discounts, daily raffle, and promos for loans, credit, debit and prepaid cards, deposits, insurance, investments, and foreign exchange buying and selling.

Leading car and motorcycle brands will be on display, as well as real estate developers Avida and Solano Land Trust for housing offers. Participating lifestyle brands include appliance store First Mega Saver, and Toy Kingdom.

On October 27, mall goers can take part in activities at the Family Fun Day such as the karaoke challenge, mini games and raffle draws.

For more information, visit www.bpi.com.ph/the-big-blowout.

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