“Seize the summer!” proclaims luxury department store Rustan’s. The Filipino shopping establishment is promoting the country’s hottest season with their upcoming 2018 travel fair Your Summer Escape. Whether jet-setting and soaking under the sun in Capris, or climbing the famous volcanos of the Philippines, Rustan’s has curated a selection of presents for the discerning traveler. Book plane tickets, create dream vacations, reserve hotel room accommodations at the lushest beach resorts, and shop for all your summer essentials in just one luxury destination.
Unlike other travel fairs, Rustan’s Your Summer Escape includes a slew of travel packages, like an all-inclusive Crystal Cruise Voyage from Adventures International Tours, Inc., starting at $1,615. In addition, Rustan’s FSP members are offered an exclusive promo of 2 for 1 rates as low as $649 for a three days, two nights stay at the Club Med Resorts at Seychelle islands. The newly opened Crimson Resort & Spa Boracay has also joined in on the fun, offering impressive packages at their private, untouched white sand beaches and premium resort.
As partners of the fair, Philippine Airlines and Qatar Airways have dropped down prices to ensure traveling to your dream destination is possible. They will also offer on-site booking services. Philippine Airlines will be giving discounted rates to selected destinations, while Qatar is offers special fares like all-inclusive fares in Economy and Business Class to select destinations from Manila and Clark.
Catch the travelling fair at Rustan’s Makati with PAL, AITI, Qatar Airways and Crimson Boracay on March 16-18 and Rustan’s Shangri La Plaza with PAL, AITI and Turkish Airways on April 27-29.
Summer Essentials Exclusives
This summer, Rustan’s is putting together special deals for must-have pieces from favorite luxury brands. American Tourister, High Sierra, and Samsonite are all offering 50% off on selected bags and luggage, while LeSportsca, MZ Wallace and Rebecca Minkoff are giving 20% off on selected bags.
Dress to impress this summer as you jet-set the globe with 30% off on selected item deals from Hackett and Ricardo Preto Man, and 25% off on some collections from Adolfo Dominguez, Bluemint and Psycho Bunny. Other Rustan’s brands offering good deals during the travel fair include Adolfo Dominguez Woman, American Vintage, Charli, Eileen Fisher, Joie, Karen Kane, Lafayette and Richardo Preto Woman. All of which are offering a Buy 1 and get 25% off on the second item promos. Buxton, Guasch, Gas Bijoux, Mundi, Majorica and Orelia London is taking 15% off of their regular priced items as well.
When purchasing 2 regular-priced items from Pedro del Hierro Woman, Natori, N Natori and Natori Undergarments, shoppers are gifted with 20% off. For products bought at Seafolly and Clarins UV plus/White plus, slash off 20% from regular-priced items.
Rustan’s has not forgotten the needs of their traveling moms and dads, providing sweet deals to make sure their kids have all their needs during long-haul flights and trips to exotic destinations. Baby essentials and travel accessories will get 20-25% off from the following brands: Chicco, Clevamama, Diono, Ergo Baby and Mustela. When your youngsters are set, its time to pamper yourself with products from Acca Kappa, Areum, Clarins, Diptyque, Dermalogica, La Prairie, Laurace Mercier, Murad, and Phyto. These favorite brands will be giving out special gifts and promotions to guests at the travel fair.
While shopping, buyers will be rewarded further with a free Anker Powercore Fusion for a minimum purchase of P15,000, a free American Tourister DC Superlite II Activair Rolling Tote for a minimum purchase of P50,000, and a free Samsonite luggage for a minimum of P100,000. Also, get a chance to win one of eight 3 days/2nights’ dream vacation at Boracay’s Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay. For every purchase worth P3,000, earn one electronic raffle ticket. Register you raffle entries at the customer service until May 13.
See you at the Travel Fair for the best deals!
For more information, visit rustans.com.ph
By Chino R. Hernandez