Nescafe Dolce Gusto Promo


Lazada’s Birthday Sale is happening March 21-23! Great deals are pouring from Lazada’s brand and merchant partners. With discounts on products across  all categories, everyone is sure to enjoy browsing their website or mobile app to check out the best offers the Birthday Sale has to offer.

One of the brands which came up with an irresistible offer is Nescafe. Coffee lovers will be delighted to know that during the 3-day sale from March 21 to 23, Nescafe Dolce Gusto will be offering a free coffee machine for a minimum purchase of 8 boxes of coffee capsules. For only P3,400, one can get not only 8 boxes of assorted coffee capsules but also a FREE Nescafe Dolce Gusto Oblo Machine. On the other hand, a Nescafe Dolce Gusto Mini-Me Machine will come for free for every purchase of 10 boxes of assorted coffee capsules and a purchase of 12 boxes comes with a free Dolce Gusto Genio 2 Machine. The 10-box assorted coffee capsule package with a free Dolce Gusto Mini-Me Machine is priced at P4,250 while the 12-box coffee capsule pack with a free Dolce Gusto Genio 2 Machine will only cost P5,100.

Lazada affiliate bloggers had the chance to check out the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Mini-Me Machine during the unboxing event held on March 16. The compact and automatic coffee machine would look good in any kitchen counter with its modern design. Not only does the machine allow you to choose on whether you want your beverage hot or cold; it also allows the user, through its Play and Select function, to create the perfect coffee for himself.

Operating the machine is very easy. During the unboxing, the machine was tested with the Chococino capsules. Chocochino is prepared with two capsules, one containing pure premium chocolate and the other with whole milk. Simply turn on the machine and once the light indicator turns green, the machine can start its work. The capsule with chocolate was slid in first followed by the capsule containing milk. Each capsule indicates a number of bars which needs to be selected through the Play and Select function. The machine automatically stops at the right moment and an aromatic beverage is ready to be enjoyed!

Making beverages is fun and easy with the Dolce Gusto coffee machines. And with a vast selection of beverages, from Espresso, to Cappuccino, hot chocolate and even teas, each coffee machine will be a good kitchen companion day and night. What are you waiting for? Getting your Dolce Gusto coffee machine can never be more effortless with Lazada offering not only CASH ON DELIVERY but also FREE DELIVERY.  This offer is only available for 3 days so make sure that you grab this limited offer.  Lazada’s Birthday Sale runs from March 21 to 23 so check out Lazada.com.ph to see thousands of discounted products.

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Lazada’s Birthday Sale with Affiliates


Lazada’s 5th Birthday Sale starts today, March 21, 2017!! Deals of up to 90% across all product categories will be available. The 3-day sale is a testament to how massive Lazada has expanded to in a span of five years. Now with 6.3 million products and about 35,000 brands  supplied by more than 8,500 sellers, it’s no wonder why Lazada is the country’s leading one-stop online selling and shopping destination.

On March 16, Lazada hosted an event in the BGC office for its affiliate bloggers. During the 2-hour gathering, the Lazada Affiliate team released 10 great deals which will be available during the sale from March 21 to 23. Here’s the list of 10 deals which you shouldn’t miss!

Product SRP Campaign Price
Asus ZenFone Selfie 32GB with FREE Back Cover P11,995.00 *P6,695.00
Ace 32″ Slim LED TV Black LED-808 DN4 P7,299.00 P4,999.00
Zeus M-110 Lightning Chain Bolt Gaming Mouse P899.00 *P95.00
Keds Sneakers from P999
Jansport Superbreak Backpacks from P1,099
6 LED Solar Power Camping Lantern Light Hiking Flashlight P699.00 P149.00
Nitecore Extend BMX#20 Folding Steel Bike P7,999.00 *P2,999.00
Fast Inflatable Camping Banana Bed P999.00 *P199.00
Delsey 4-wheels Extendo 3 Cabin Slim Trolley Case 55cm P11,150.00 P3,345.00
Eureka EWA 0.6HP Window Type Air Conditioner P7,499.00 P5,799.00

*Flash sale price: Asus Zenfone Selfie – Mar. 21, 8AM; Zeus Mouse – Mar. 21, 12MN; Nitecore Bike – Mar. 21, 12 MN; Inflatable Sofa – Mar. 23, 10AM

Apart from the release of top deals, Lazada has also in display some products going on sale starting March 21. Some highlights include the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Mine-Me which comes for free if you purchase 10 boxes of assorted coffee capsules. All 10 boxes plus the free Dolce Gusto Mini-Me will be available for only P4,250.

Another deal presented during the event is the ADATA HD720 1TB Hard Drive which will be on sale for only P2,799. What makes this hard drive perfect, especially for people who are always on the go, is that it’s waterproof, dustproof and also shockproof. During the event, the ADATA HD720 was presented inside a bowl filled with water and was also subjected to a drop test. This hard drive is tough enough to endure a 1.8-meter drop or to be underwater in 6-feet deep water for 2 hours!

Lazada bestsellers like the ACE 32″ LED TV and the Sparc Vibe P80 Soundbar are also displayed. The ACE 32″ LED TV will be available for only P4,999 during the sale while the Sparc Vibe P80 is scheduled to go on flash sale for only P1,699 on March 23 at 6AM.

Before the event ended, Lazada’s affiliate bloggers are treated to a Box  of Joy filled with products coming from brand partners L’Oreal, Nestle, Colgate, Olay, Dove, Pond’s, Palmolive,JBL, ACE, Pantene, Nivea, Tender Care, Tresemme, Maybelline and merchant partners Sophie and Basty and Anything Under The Sun.

The Lazada Birthday Sale runs from March 21 to 23 so mark your calendars and don’t miss the chance to get your hands on really good deals. Also, don’t forget to watch out for the flash sale which features products with crazy discounts!

New Chief Justice of the Philippines


Philippines new Chief Justice:

Justice Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno 

Lawyer-academician Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno was appointed on August 16, 2010 as the 169th Justice of the Supreme Court. Born on July 2, 1960, the then 50-year old Justice is the youngest to be appointed to the SC in this century. She may also be one of the longest-serving justices ever, as she is to mandatorily retire in 2030 after serving a 20-year term.

Despite her family’s humble means, Justice Sereno’s parents were able to nurture in her a passion for learning and personal excellence during her formative years. Her father, a native of Siasi, Sulu, and her mother, a public school teacher, saved what little money they had to buy second-hand books that she would eagerly read. Her appetite for literature and reflection served her well during her primary schooling and enabled her to graduate with honors at the Kamuning Elementary School and Quezon City High School. She was then awarded generous scholarships by the government and several private institutions that allowed her to earn an Economics degree at the Ateneo de Manila University, and a Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of the Philippines.

After graduating valedictorian from the UP College of Law in 1984, Justice Sereno joined the largest law firm in the country. While she enjoyed her very challenging work in the law firm, her family started to grow. Choosing to spend more time with her two young children and her husband, she opted to leave the law firm in 1986.

She joined the UP College of Law where she was able to mold young men and women in the principles of Civil and Commercial law. From being one of the youngest faculty members, she would eventually go on to lead and administer two institutions based in the UP Law Center – the Institute of International Legal Studies and the Information and Publication Division. She was a professor at the UP College of Law for nearly 20 years. At one point, she also became Deputy Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and was partly responsible for writing the organizational plans for the Commission. She has also taught at the Philippine Judicial Academy and several international academies.

In 1992, Justice Sereno was awarded a De Witte Fellowship and a Ford-Rockefeller Scholarship to pursue her Masters of Laws at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she developed her proficiency in law and economics and international trade law. When she and her family returned to the Philippines, she played a key role in developing those fields of law.

At the age of 38, she was appointed as legal counsellor at the World Trade Organizations’ Appellate Body Secretariat in Geneva. Her international experience and her pioneering achievements in the legal profession were recognized when she was selected as one of The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service (TOWNS) for law.

At the age of 39, she was chosen as the only female member of the 1999 Preparatory Commission on Constitutional Reform where she was elected Chairperson of the Commission’s Steering Committee. Here, she helped the various sectoral committees identify key constitutional issues, and integrated their findings into a common framework for analysis of the various constitutional provisions. In the same year, together with Justice Jose Campos, Commissioner Haydee Yorac, and other professors from the UP College of Law, she co-founded Accesslaw, a corporation that provided the first annotated electronic research system in Philippine law.

Access to justice is one of the centerpiece advocacies of Justice Sereno. One of her earlier works in law school included a review of the interface between domestic laws and indigenous customary laws. The United Nations Development Program would commission her to write a paper on judicial reform, which would eventually become the basis for the first external reform program that was welcomed by the Supreme Court. Among the activities the project birthed was the first-ever dialogue between the Members of the Supreme Court and representatives of the basic sectors. She also assisted in the High Tribunal’s pilot projects on mediation and judicial case management systems, and wrote a widely-quoted survey-based paper on justice and the cost of doing business, together with professors from the UP School of Economics.

Prior to her joining the Court, she was engaged in major international litigation as co-counsel for the Republic, after which she joined the Asian Institute of Management as Executive Director of its think-tank – the AIM Policy Center – where she pursued her interest in policy reform and its impact on governance and the economy.

Believing in what she could deliver for justice and judicial reform, President Benigno C. Aquino III made her his first appointee to the Supreme Court.

She is married to Mario Jose E. Sereno. They are blessed with two children, Maria Sophia and Jose Lorenzo.

Source: Supreme Court of the Philippines Website

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