Number Sixty One at Grand Mall Batam Holds Discounts Up to 50 Percent
Number Sixty One is holding a discount. This discount starts from 30 percent to 50 percent.There is another discount to purchasing, here's the detail.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - Number Sixty One, one of the men's and women's clothing outlets located in Grand Mall Batam, Nagoya, is holding a discount.
This discount starts from 30 percent to 50 percent. Not only discounted 30 percent and 50 percent, Number Sixty One also gave a discount to buy 2 T-shirt clothes for only IDR 100,000.
Beside discount of 2 T-Shirts for IDR 100 thousand, there is another discount to purchasing T-Shirt collar for IDR 150 thousand get 2 pcs.
Head of Number Sixty One Stores, Aida, said there was no date limit on the promos offered.
If the product has run out, the promo also no longer exists.
In addition to the T-Shirt discount, buy 2 IDR 100,000, other discounts are displayed in front of the entrance, there are long-sleeved clothes for women, contemporary pants, and cardigans.
Number Sixty One does not only sell clothes, but hats, wallets and bags are also available.
Normal price of clothes at Number Sixty One for Hoodie is around IDR 245 thousand, while the short-sleeve Hoodie is priced at IDR 135 thousand.
T-shirt's Normal price is IDR. 70 thousand, for other clothes, the lowest price is set at Number Sixty One IDR 70 thousand to the highest price at IDR 300 thousand.
Usually the buyers who come are mostly tourists, such as Singapore and Malaysia.
Weekends are the choice of foreign tourists who are lucky to come shopping at Number Sixty One.
Number Sixty One's store only exists at the Batam Grand Mall. (tribunbatam.id/Rahma Tika)
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