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Hit two birds with one stone with vivo PH’s Valentine’s Day promo

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vivo Philippines recently announced its Valentine’s Day promo, letting you hit two birds with one stone. The brand will be giving a free bouquet of flowers and a premium necklace for every purchase of select vivo smartphones. This means you not only get a new phone but also a gift for your special someone as well.

The promo is only available from February 10 to 19, 2023. During this time, every purchase of vivo smartphones worth Php 10,000 or above will come with a free 24k Gold Rose Bouquet or a Premium Necklace and Blue Rose Gift Box.

Here’s how the promo works:

  1. Purchase a vivo smartphone worth Php 10,000 and above SRP (vivo X80 Series 5G, vivo V25 Series 5G, vivo Y35, or vivo Y22s) at any authorized vivo stores nationwide from February 10 until February 19, 2023.
  1. Present the Official Receipt (OR) of your purchased unit to claim the 24k Gold Rose Bouquet or Premium Necklace and Blue Rose Gift Box at the nearest vivo concept stores, exhibits, kiosks, or select multi-brand stores. Take note that the 24k Gold Rose Bouquet and Premium Necklace & Blue Rose Gift Box are available in limited supplies and come on a first-come-first-served basis.
  1. Scan the QR code or click the link that will be provided by the product expert and fill out the necessary information.

Remember, you can only claim one gift of your choice. Stocks are limited, so it will also depend on availability. Also, you can only claim your freebie within the promo period or risk getting nothing.

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For more information about vivo’s Valentine’s Promo, visit vivo’s official website, and their FacebookInstagramTwitter, and YouTube channels.

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