Wednesday, December 1, 2010
We easily earn many points because my mom regularly buys costly medicines, affordable vitamins, and other items. The accumulated points are then use to pay for basic commodities like coffee, ice tea, and noodles. The Suki Card is a great way to save on your grocery in the Philippines. Mercury Drug stores are everywhere in the country, so if you always have your card, you’ll notice the fast accumulation of points presented in the receipt in every purchase.
But it should be use with caution. Because every one in the family can use it, so the possibility of losing it is higher just like what happened when my brother lost the card of my mom. The price of the replacement is only Php 50, an affordable fee for a quick result—my mom didn’t have to go through a lot of process and within a day she have the new Suki Card, thinner than the one my brother lost. I thought I can hear all good news from my mother about her brand new acquisition—till I asked about the points accumulated on the old card.
Back to zero. It’s all gone. But it wouldn’t be the case if you meet all the conditions specified in the Suki Card guidelines. At least we can start anew. The moral of my story is not to lose the card and be aware of the guidelines to fully take advantage of its benefits. And lastly, don’t forget to hand over the Mercury Drug Suki Card to the cashier in every purchase whether you’re buying single or many items—every point counts.
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