Games, tips, discounts at third Oppo livestream event

posted June 03, 2020 at 10:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Fun games, special discounts, and exciting prizes are up for grabs at the third weekly ShOPPO Livestream event on June 5.

The third ShOPPO Livestream event features Belle Daza and Justine Basco.
Leading the online event are model Belle Daza and tech maven Justine Basco. The one-hour livestream starts at 4:00 p.m. on Oppo’s official Facebook page.

Get exclusive insights from Find X2 Pro brand ambassador Daza and YugaTech’s Basco on how the “new normal” is shaping the digital lifestyle of Filipino millennials. Learn fresh ideas on how to maximize the latest flagship Find X2 Pro for productivity and smartphone photography.

Exciting games and freebies await participants joining the Wheel of OPPOrtune.

On the same day, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Janine Gutierrez will be on Oppo’s Lazada page for a special livestream where she will share tips on taking editorial-esque social media photos, while shopping for a new Oppo smartphone with exclusive Lazada Livestream discounts. Surprise freebies will be given away during the event.

Janine Gutierrez leads the Oppo Philippines Lazada Livestream.
Oppo offers deals and promos until end of June. Score up to P3,000 savings with the #LiveItUp price drop promo for Oppo A9 2020 (priced at P12,990 from P13,990), A5s 3G (P5,990 from P6,990), and Reno2 (P25,990 from P28,990).

In addition, the latest Reno3 priced at P18,990 and the Reno3 Pro priced at P28,990, both come with a free Rockspace EB60 True Wireless Stereo Earbuds worth P2,499 for every purchase.

While each purchase of Find X2 Pro, priced at P65,990, comes with a free Oppo Enco Q1 worth P4,990.

For more updates and list of partners dealers, visit Oppo Philippines’ official social media pages: twitter.com/OPPOPhilippines, fb.com/OPPOPH/, and instagram.com/oppophilippines/.

Topics: Belle Daza , Lazada , Oppo Philippines , Justine Basco , Janine Gutierrez , Oppo A9 2020
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