Present your vaccine card and a valid ID to avail of the discounts.
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Earlier last April 2021, various brands and companies in the Philippines joined forces to establish the Ingat Angat Tayong Lahat
campaign, which aims to help restart the economy while encouraging Filipinos to be safe through vaccination. As part of the campaign, several stores and businesses, including malls, offer discounts to inoculated individuals to encourage residents to get vaccinated
. The initiative started on June 1 and was implemented in establishments within the NCR Plus bubble: Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal; for example, ‘vaccine discounts’ in Tagaytay malls
are rolling out.
Some participating stores that offer discounts in Robinsons Tagaytay
are Bibingka Deloka, Macao Imperial Tea, and Premier the Samgyupsal. In Ayala Malls Serin
, these shops give discounts until July 31, 2021: Res|Toe|Run, Jollibee, Dakasi, and Travel Club Serin. Meanwhile, in Fora Mall
, stores like Bonchon, Cheers Cheese, Yoressa, and Power Mac Centers also provide discounts to fully vaccinated customers. Promo duration may vary depending on the stores.
The inoculated individuals can avail of the store's deals and promos by showing their COVID vaccination card—valid for two doses of any vaccine brand. Aside from bringing vaccine cards, a valid ID is also a requirement to avail of the discounts.
The following agencies approve this initiative: National Task Force Against COVID-19, Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and Department of Tourism (DOT).
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