MUJI PH’s items are now more affordable
The Japanese home and apparel store is doing this “without sacrificing the quality” of their products
Feb 22, 2018
MUJI Philippines just announced on their Facebook page that they’ve reduced the prices of some of their items. By “some,” I mean 200 items and it will start tomorrow. This is not a drill.
“In an effort to uphold our philosophy of offering high-quality products that are reasonably priced, we will be reducing the prices of 200 items starting February 23, 2018,” the Japanese home and apparel store wrote. They also promised that they are reducing their cost “without sacrificing the quality of their products.”
What products became more affordable, you ask?
Oak Bed Frame
Now at P17,000 from P23,500
Hard Carry Case Trolley
Hard Carry Case Trolley 19 L – Now at P7,950 from P8,950
Hard Carry Case Trolley 35 L – Now at P8,950 from P9,950
Hard Carry Case Trolley 62 L – Now at P11,500 from P3,500
Hard Carry Case Trolley 87 L – Now at P14,500 from P16,500
Now at P7,950 from P9,250
Now at Php 3,950 (from Php 5,450)
Small – Now at P2,950 from P3,450
Large – Now at P3,450 from P4,450
Fitting Neck Cushion
Neck Cushion – Now at P1,750 from P2,150
Neck Cushion with Hood – Now at P2,150 from Php 2,950
Polypropylene Storage Boxes
W34 x D44.5 x H25 cm – Now at P995 from P1,250
W34 x D44.5 x H30 cm – Now at P1,250 from P1,650
Sensitive Skincare Cleansing Oil
50 mL – Now at P265 from P345
Organic Cotton Good Fit Right Angle Sneaker-in Socks
Now at P195 from P245
Planting Tree Paper Notebook – Set of Five
B5 – Now at P225 from P375
Retractable Gel Ink Pen
Now at P65 from P85
You can find MUJI at C1 Bonifacio High Street Central, Greenbelt 3, Power Plant Mall at Rockwell, and Shangri-La Plaza East Wing.
Photos courtesy of MUJI PH
Featured image courtesy of Powerplant Mall
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