Participating Adora brands will be offering up to 50% discount exclusive to BPI cardholders. 

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has one more surprise for its cardholders this holiday season at the extended run of The Luxe Series. 

For the first time ever, homegrown world-class fashion label, Harlan + Holden, will be opening its doors for an end-of-season sale exclusive to BPI cardholders. Customers can enjoy discounts of up to 70% and Real 0% installment on their favorite Harlan + Holden pieces.

Popular Adora brands are also back for a second run. Holiday-makers can choose from the latest collection of bags and shoes from Chloe and Valentino, along with fine jewelry from Marco Bicego, this time joined by renowned jewelry brand, Harry Winston. Enjoy discounts of up to 50% and Real 0% installment up to 24 months.

“Activities like this help our clients maximize their financial capabilities. Because our past events have been well-received, we have decided to have this last run of The Luxe Series to give our clients the opportunity to make the holidays merrier with exclusive deals from our partners,” said BPI Sales and Services Channels Division Head for Northern Metro Manila Rally Jereza.

The last leg of The Luxe Series is happening from December 13 to 15, 2019 at The Preferred Center, BPI Shangri-La Shaw, Level 1 Main Wing, Shangri-La Plaza.

Non-cardholders can also participate in the luxurious lifestyle sale by applying for a BPI or BPI Family Savings credit card during the event.

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