The first Microsoft Authorized Reseller store in Mindanao will officially be opening this coming Saturday August 1, 2015 in the beautiful city of Davao. The exact store location will at the 3rd Floor of NCCC Mall along McArthur Hi-way in Maa. You may want to take a visit there on this date and if you are one of the lucky early buyers, promotions, gifts and discounts await you.
So to kick this special opening day off, Microsoft will be offering tons of in-store promotions and discounts to all early visitors and buyers of every Microsoft products for the day only. See images below for more details.
If you will make it to be in the first 30 customers to buy the following Lumia devices, you will get a free Nokia X and 1 free accessory (Coloud Speaker, Coloud Headphones or a Power Bank). Nokia X is one of the first Nokia devices running on Android mobile operating system.
- Lumia 930
- Lumia 830
- Lumia 730
- Lumia 640 XL
- Lumia 540
If you don't make it to the first 30, don't worry there is still another discounts for the next 50 customers. Buyers of the mentioned phones above will get Php1,000 price cut each.
Now, let's say you are still not able to be in the first 30 and the second 50 batches of purchasers to be at the store on the opening day, you can still bring home a free Coloud Boom Headphone when you buy a Lumia 630, Lumia 636 or a Lumia 532 smartphones.
But wait, there's more! Upon purchasing of the mentioned Lumia and Asha phones below, you can take advantage of the store's on-opening-day-only discounts of up to 60% off.
- Lumia 520 for Php2,990 (Original price Php5,990)
- Lumia 625 for Php6,990 (Original price Php9,990)
- Lumia 1020 for Php14,990 (Original price Php22,500)
- Asha 510 for Php1,990 (Original price Php4,290)
- Asha 502 for Php2,990 (Original price Php4,990)
You better hurry and save the date if you plan to take advantage of these limited promos, discounts and gifts.
With the arrival of this first Microsoft Authorized Reseller store in the region, we can 100% be so sure that we are buying nothing but genuine Microsoft-made products, which is nice.