Thanks to the power of technology, everything we need to do can now be done from the comforts of our home: have groceries delivered, order our favorite takeout food, shop for clothes, choose the next home decor, and so on. It’s now even made more convenient with Robinsons Magnolia‘s newest shopping duo, Robbie & Rosie. These RPersonal Shoppers will attend to your every shopping need and you don’t even have to step out of your house.
To avail of this RPersonal Shopper service, all you have to do is send your shopping list and/or food orders through SMS or Viber to 0921-499-2958. There is no limit to the number of items and the number of shops and restaurants that your personal shopper can visit. This means you can complete your weekend grocery list, get a new set of clothes, and even buy meals from your favorite restaurant all in one go with just one text. If you’re worried about missing out on the whole shopping experience, Robbie and Rosie can also let you know of in-store promos and discounts, available membership cards, and even having your items gift-wrapped—as if you’re right there at the mall.
After placing your order, you can pay directly to the store or restaurant through their electronic payment options like GCash, PayMaya or bank transfer (like BDO, BPI or Robinsons Bank). When your items are ready, you can drop by and collect your items at Robinsons Magnolia’s pick-up stations or have them collected by your courier of choice. Robbie and Rosie can also help book for you.
Shopping is easy as 1-2-3 with Robinsons Magnolia’s RPersonal Shopper. Robbie and Rosie will soon start shopping from your favorite stores in Robinsons Galleria and Robinsons Place Manila, too. And with Christmas just around the corner, you need all the help you can get to complete that shopping list while still keeping your distance from the crowd.
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