Season of coming home: Duty Free PH pays tribute to OFWs by giving away cars, gadgets

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  • Duty Free Philippines is giving overseas Filipinos a chance to win an awesome prize by simply buying two “pasalubong” bags
  • DFP is giving away 2 Mitsubishi Xpanders, 10 iPhone X, and 32 iPad mini
  • Duty Free PH said they want to honor the sacrifices of these hardworking Filipinos

Because Christmas is also a season of coming home for overseas Filipino workers (OFW), an attached agency of the Department of Tourism (DOT) is honoring the sacrifices of our hardworking countrymen abroad as they reunite with their families this holiday season.

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Chief Operating Officer (COO) Vicente Pelagio A. Angala just announced that all OFWs and balikbayans who will shop at the Duty Free Philippines (DFP) this Christmas season will get a chance to win an awesome prize by simple buying two “pasalubong” bags.

“Through the years, it’s been a tradition for returning Filipinos to take their families pasalubong shopping at DFP in spite of the sprawling malls rising in Metro Manila. While they could save money by buying at DFP, they enjoy the fun of shopping with their families. We always promote the importance of family togetherness, keeping family bonds alive and creating new memories,” Angala said.

“Because of their loyalty, this holiday season is the perfect time to reward them by giving them a chance to take home a much-deserved car for their family,” he added.

OFWs and balikbayans are encouraged to buy two pasalubong packs of chocolates at the Duty Free Fiestamall or at the Duty Free Arrival Mall at NAIA Terminal 3 via single or accumulated receipts from December 1 to December 31.

Image via DFP

To note, the DFP is giving away 2 Mitsubishi Xpanders, 10 iPhone X, and 32 iPad mini. Those who want to participate may visit DFP’s website for more information about this Christmas promo.

As an attached agency to the DOT, the DFP’s mandate is to augment tourist facilities for tourists and generate foreign exchange and revenue for the government.