Premier Apple partner Power Mac Center opened three new stores this November to provide better access to essential technology amid the shift to digital for productivity and creativity. The expansion is also in line with the company’s goal of strengthening its geographic footprint across the country to serve more people through its retail stores, service centers, and training centers.
“New beginnings are always good. Despite the difficulties of the current situation, it’s important for us to power through the challenges and be there for our customers in the different channels they prefer. We’re expanding our reach further through online platforms and physically with our new stores to provide Filipino Apple fans a better shopping experience as we all hope for our continuous recovery as a nation,” said Joey Alvarez, Power Mac Center Director of Product Management, Marketing and Space Planning.
The first new Power Mac Center store to open since the pandemic and the 53rd branch in the Philippines overall was Power Mac Center Ongpin which welcomed customers on November 12. Located at the heart of Binondo, Manila at 888 Neo Plaza Bldg., Power Mac Center Ongpin is one of the biggest branches in the metro, having two floors decked out with premier Apple products and accessories that customers can check out for themselves. It is open Monday to Sunday from 10AM to 8PM.
Two new stores also opened on November 26 — Power Mac Center in SM City Grand Central and The Loop by Power Mac Center in SM City General Santos.
Power Mac Center in SM City Grand Central is located on Level 4 Cyberzone. The first branch in Caloocan City, it is open Monday to Friday, 11AM to 9PM, and 10AM to 10PM on weekends.
Meanwhile, The Loop by Power Mac Center in SM City General Santos is the first The Loop branch in General Santos City and its third in Mindanao. It can be found on the 3rd floor of the Cyberzone area and is open daily from 10AM to 9PM. The Loop is Power Mac Center’s brand that features lifestyle products geared towards millennials and Gen Z digital natives.
Among the Apple products that customers can get from the newly opened stores are the latest devices such as the iPhone 13 series, iPad (9th Gen), and the Apple Watch Series 7.
Opening weekend deals
To celebrate this milestone, there will be exclusive deals at both SM City Grand Central and SM City General Santos from November 26 to 28. Customers will get to enjoy up to 15% off on select Apple accessories and Beats by Dr. Dre products when purchasing via non-installment payments (cash, straight credit card, debit card, bank transfer, check, HomeCredit, GrabPay, WeChat, AliPay, PayMaya, Hello Money, UnionPay, BDO Pay, and Wirecard).
In addition, participating premium accessories are discounted at 20% off on opening day (Nov. 26) and at 10% off from Nov. 27 to 28. Customers purchasing Apple devices using non-installment payment methods, meanwhile, get up to 5% off during the entire opening weekend sale.
Easy and Convenient Shopping online
Power Mac Center also has Enhanced Contactless Shopping or EC Shopping solutions for customers who prefer buying online. Through its call-to-order option, customers can check the availability of the products first by calling the store, then paying in-store or online. There’s the call-to-deliver option for door-to-door deliveries and the curbside pick-up option, where customers may receive their purchases at a mall designated area.
Add to cart and order products at any of the following official online stores:
Additionally, customers can check for product availability at any store by visiting <bit.ly/PMCstores>. Follow the official Facebook pages <fb.com/PowerMacCenter> and <fb.com/theloopphilippines>, Instagram (@powermaccenter, @theloopph), Twitter (@powermaccenter), and TikTok (@powermaccenter) accounts, and join the official Power Mac Center Viber community at <https://bit.ly/PMConViber>
Per DTI Fair Trade Permit No. FTEB-131963 Series of 2021 (Power Mac Center Grand Central)
Per DTI Fair Trade Permit No. RX11-GS-068 Series of 2021 (The Loop by Power Mac Center General Santos)