Big discounts for Home Credit customers with SM Appliance Center 30th anniversary sale

Get your shopping carts and lists ready as SM Appliance Center, on its 30th anniversary, partners with the nation’s leading in-store finance provider and digital service provider Home Credit to deliver the biggest sale and most important to its buyers.

Upgrade to your dream home with discounts of up to 40% on essential electronics and home appliances like TV, refrigerator, washing machine, air conditioning and more from top brands like than Samsung, Sony, Whirpool and Panasonic, among others when you benefit via a mortgage. You can also satisfy your purchase now, pay for your holiday needs later with affordable monthly payments with 0% interest. It’s an exciting way to treat yourself to a valuable item without breaking your budget. Exclusively available to Home Credit customers at any nearest SM home appliance center in the country, you can surely get huge discounts and big savings on your loan purchase with simple requirements and quick one-stop approval. minute. For those looking for a safer and more convenient way to continue shopping, the My Home Credit app – available on Google Play Store and has over 9 million app users – has something to offer you. With their Marketplace online shopping feature, you can select the item you want to benefit from and get pre-approved in the app. Simply select the SM Appliance Center near you to get the exclusive promotion. Hurry up and shop now. The promotion is valid from October 30 to November 28, 2021. According to DTI Fair Trade Permit # FTEB-131185 series of 2021 For more information visit and follow Home Credit on homecreditph.

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