Lazada 11.11 sale 2019: Biggest tech discounts via Revu Philippines

Check out these Lazada 11.11 gadget deals

In Accessories, Phones, TVs, Wearables by Revu TeamLeave a Comment

Who doesn’t like scoring a good deal? With Lazada’s 11.11 sale coming up, we thought we’d point you to the right direction of some deals worth paying attention to.

Vivo Philippines will offer up to 56% off its smartphones, but has not revealed the exact prices yet. It seems that these products are worth checking from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. on November 11, though:

  • Vivo V11i (6GB/64GB): P8,xxx from P11,899 (around $235)
  • Vivo V11i (4GB/128GB): P8,xxx from P12,999 ($257)
  • Vivo Y95: P8,xxx from P10,999 ($217)
  • Vivo Y71: P6,xxx from P8,999 ($178)
  • Vivo Y85: P7,xxx from P10,999 ($217)

OPPO Philippines hasn’t announced the sale prices of its devices, too, except for that of the P13,990 ($277) OPPO F11 6GB/64GB variant, which will retail at P11,990 ($237) from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. It did say that you can score up to 25% off select OPPO handsets on that day.

  • OPPO F11 (6GB/64GB): P11,990 ($237) from P13,990 ($277)

Realme Philippines, on the other hand, did, and the biggest discount will be applied to the Realme 5 3GB/32GB model.

  • Realme 5 (3GB/32GB): P6,490 ($128) from P6,990 ($138)

The recently launched Huawei wearables will be part of the annual sale. The Watch GT 2 Black Sport Edition and Brown Classic Edition will get an all-day price cut. The Band 4 will cost P1,134 ($22) instead of P1,890 ($37) during the 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. flash sale. And the Band 4e will be available at P1,259 ($25) instead of P1,390 ($27) the entire day and will come with a free sports bottle.

  • Huawei Watch GT 2 (Black Sport Edition): P10,299 ($204) from P10,990 ($217)
  • Huawei Watch GT 2 (Brown Classic Edition): P12,999 ($257) from P13,990 ($277)
  • Huawei Band 4: P1,134 ($22) from P1,890 ($37)
  • Huawei Band 4e: P1,259 ($25) from P1,390 ($27), with free sports bottle

As for its mobile phones, the Huawei P30 Lite, it seems, will get the most significant discount from 12 a.m. to 2 am.

We suggest that you also take a look at the following Honor products:

Of all the newer Xiaomi smartphones that will be on sale on November 11, the 6GB/64GB Mi 9T Pro will get the biggest price drop.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will likewise be easier on the wallet from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. for P49,690 ($982) and will come with a free Samsung Galaxy Fit worth P4,990 ($99). The South Korean brand is also discounting the Galaxy Buds, pricing it at P6,369 ($126).

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10: P49,690 ($982) from P53,990 ($1,067), with free Samsung Galaxy Fit
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds: P 6,369 ($126) from P6,990 ($138)

If you want to get your hands on a discounted pair of Apple AirPods 2, the wireless buds go for P7,990 ($158) the entire day. If you log in during the 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. flash sale, the price drops further to P7,690 ($152).

  • Apple AirPods 2: As low as P7,690 ($152) from P8,990 ($178)

Looking for appliances? The Philips Air Fryer will get a 50% price cut and the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer will be 20% off at a price as low as P19,600 ($387) from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. And Coocaa TVs will be 55% cheaper, too. Once midnight strikes, the brand will release 50 collectible vouchers that will let you buy its 50-inch 4K Android Smart LED TV (50S5G) model for as low as P11,111 ($220). For the rest of the day, the TV will be priced at P17,990 ($356) from its original suggested retail price of P27,700 ($548).

  • Philips Air Fryer: 50% price cut
  • Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer: 20% off
  • Coocaa TVs: Up to 55% off

Of course, if you have more vouchers and a BDO Visa credit card, you can still get the item you’re eyeing for a much lower price.

So, ready for 11.11?

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