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Buying Pasalubong has never been this easy!

Duty Free Philippines launches its new online store

By Rayven Daligcon Published Feb 07, 2024 5:17 pm

Trying to pack everything you've bought from a trip within your baggage allowance can be difficult, especially when you have your family and friends' pasalubongs with you. Luckily, Duty Free Philippines is offering a convenient solution with the launch of its new online shop.

DFP, together with the Department of Tourism (DOT), has made shopping traveler-friendly as you can now purchase duty-free items in advance and pick them up at the airport in NAIA Terminals 1 or 3 when you arrive!

Just like any other online shopping platform, you first have to create an account on the website before you can now browse all the available products.

We have spotted a few good imported items including the Koizumi Hair Dryer ($68), Glenfiddich Perpetual Collection ($140), Cadbury Big Bars ($35 for a pack of 8), and many more.

Local items like dried mangoes, chocolates, and nuts are also available if ever you want to bring some as pasalubong before you leave the country!

Once done, you can start adding items to your cart, and filling out your flight arrival details (i.e. the date and time) to allow them to ensure that your order is ready for collection upon your arrival.

The store welcomes various payment options, including globally recognized credit cards like Visa and Mastercard, along with digital payment platforms such as PayPal, UnionPay, and WeChat Pay.

Additionally, a customer service team will be accessible 24 hours via Live Chat and messaging apps such as Viber, WhatsApp, and Messenger, as well as through email.