Co.opmart, Co.opXtra offer over 100 cosmetic lines at VND100,000

Thursday, Oct 18, 2018 15:53

Co.opmart supermarkets attract a large number of shoppers on the first day of its promotion programme to mark the opening of its 100th store. — Photo Thien Thu

According to a spokesperson of the Co.opmart supermarket chain, to mark the opening of its 100th store, Co.opmart and Co.opXtra supermarkets are running a series of promotion programmes with huge discounts on more than 10,000 essential items, surprise gifts and higher bonus points than normal for members until November 1.

To celebrate the opening of the 100th supermarket coinciding with Vietnamese Women's Day, Co.opmart and Co.opXtra are offering discounts of up to 47 per cent on many cosmetic lines and home appliances.

For instance, the price of a 4.2kg bottle of Omo Matic detergent liquid for front-loading washing machines has been reduced to VND234,800 and comes with a gift of a 700ml pack of fabric softener.

A 650g bottle of Sunsilk shampoo costs only VND103,000 and comes with a gift of two glasses.

The price of a 1.2l Happycook rice cooker has been reduced to VND499,000.

A seven-piece induction cooker-friendly cookware set is discounted by 45 per cent and costs VND309,000.

Co.opmart and Co.opXtra supermarkets nation-wide are running attractive promotion programmes to celebrate the 100th Co.opmart supermarket. — Photo Thien Thu

Many other products costing than VND100,000 are sold at a price of VND100,000, including Rejoice super smooth shampoo 900ml, Purite body wash 500ml, four 100 packs of Nuna baby wet tissues, Listerine cool mint anti-bacterial mouthwash750ml, Comet CM6616-1000W hair dryer, and Sunhouse SHD1057- 1.5L superfast kettle.

On October 20 and 21 women customers who have silver/gold /platinum Co.opmart membership cards, will get double the usual reward points when shopping at Co.opmart and Co.opXtra and bill for VND300,000 or more.

Notably, while celebrating the opening of the 100th outlet, Co.opmart will join hands with its customers for a programme called “100 good works”, which will include calling on and giving gifts to disadvantaged people, charity works in remote areas, public works benefiting children, and serving Vietnamese heroic mothers. — VNS

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