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Get Christmas Gifts For As Low As P150 At This Bazaar In The North!It’s been described as the ‘Divisoria of the North.’by Kate Borbon .
Still need to do some Christmas shopping but don’t want to splurge too much? Visit the Robinsons Novaliches Christmas Bazaar 2019, where you can shop for items for P150 or less!
According to ABS-CBN News, the Robinsons Novaliches Christmas Bazaar first opened back in 2007 and has been highly anticipated by budget-conscious Pinoys every year. It is known as the “Divisoria of the North” because it offers products with price points that are similar or even lower than those at Divisoria.
This year, the bazaar opened on October 15. It occupies the outdoor parking lots in front of the main mall and has 248 stalls where you can find everything from clothes to accessories to Christmas décor. You’ll even find food stalls, perfect for late-night snacks with your family and friends.
ABS-CBN News also says that the bazaar houses mostly micro-retailers. The main mall, on the other hand, mainly supports growing businesses.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Vincent Mallapre III, Group Marketing Manager at Robinsons Malls, tells ABS-CBN News, “The branding of this mall is we cater to the micro retailers, bazaars. The Christmas Bazaar supports the brand. It’s really for the budget-conscious Filipinos.”
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The Robinsons Novaliches Christmas Bazaar is open daily, from 11 a.m. to 12 midnight, until January 5, 2020. Robinsons Novaliches is located at Brgy. Pasong Putik, Quirino Highway, Novaliches, Quezon City.
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