Lenovo Brings the Spider-Verse Home with Madame Web Freebies

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Spider-Man fans can look forward to freebies and surprises in celebration of the much-awaited premiere of Madame Web on February 14, 2024. To mark the exclusive theatrical release of Sony Pictures’ latest film, Lenovo Philippines is treating customers who purchase eligible Windows 11 devices to special Madame Web merchandise and brand-new monitors.

Score Madame Web Merchandise or a Brand-New Monitor

From February 1 to March 27, 2024, buyers of over thirty qualifying Lenovo IdeaPad, Yoga, Legion and LOQ models will be entitled to a corresponding freebie based on their purchase: either a Madame Web x Lenovo cap, a Lenovo D20-30 monitor, or a Lenovo L22E-40 monitor. This allows customers to find the right device for their needs among Lenovo’s selection while taking home exclusive film memorabilia.

The suspenseful new film tracks the origins of the mysterious psychic and clairvoyant Madame Web, one of Marvel Comics’ most intriguing heroines. Dakota Johnson stars as Cassandra Webb, a paramedic whose emerging powers give her visions into other’s futures. As she confronts revelations about her hidden past, she forms close bonds with three young women also destined for remarkable futures – if they can survive the dangers of the present.

In true Madame Web fashion, select promotional Windows 11 laptops also feature the AI-powered Copilot to boost productivity with personalized recommendations.

Apart from exciting activities, tarot readers will provide free glimpses into customer’s futures every Friday through Sunday at participating Lenovo stores from February 16. This includes the Lenovo Experience Store in SM Megamall, Legion Store in SM North EDSA, and Legion Store in SM Makati.

Give in to your spider senses and visit promotions.lenovo.com for the complete list of qualifying devices and full mechanics. Stay updated by following Lenovo Philippines on Facebook.

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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.

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