It’s the middle of the year once again, and a perfect time to reward ourselves and recharge for the second half of 2022. A such, Shopee treats more Filipinos to a memorable mid-year shopping experience at its 6.6-7.7 Mid-Year Sale, and to kick things off, shoppers can expect “Mas Mura sa Shopee” deals and enjoy PhP66 deals all day, plus shipping discount vouchers, and 10% off daily when they add-to-cart and checkout from May 27 to June 8.
Score “mas mura sa Shopee”* deals as low as ₱66 at the 6.6 – 7.7 Mid-Year Sale
As shoppers fill up their shopping carts with their finds, they can also discover “Mas Mura Sa Shopee” deals with low-priced items guaranteed to make their haul worth every peso.
With 6.6 just around the corner, shoppers can take their pick from the following items at only PhP66, perfect for everyday lifestyle.
Shopee launches a new in-app game in time for 6.6
Shopee also launched a new in-app game, which is now available to play on the Shopee app! Users can win daily prizes which include ShopeePay credits, Shopee coins, Shopee vouchers, plus the latest must have gadgets! For more information, you may visit the Shopee Prizes Page.
Shop with up to 66% cashback and send money for free using ShopeePay
This mid-year celebration is made even more special with ShopeePay, which lets you conveniently pay for your purchases and settle transactions with no hidden fees. You can send money to any bank, e-wallet, or Shopee user for free and save more with cashback promos for bills payment, as well as cheap mobile load and data offers.
Here are some ShopeePay offers users can check out during the 6.6 -7.7 Mid-Year Sale:
- On June 6, get up to 66% cashback when you check out using ShopeePay.
- On June 6, check out “ShopeePay Near Me” to enjoy ₱1 and ₱6 deals from partner merchants ranging from food & beverage outlets, lifestyle brands, and more!
For more on the 6.6 – 7.7 Mid-Year Sale, click here.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.