Temu starts new online budol site for Pinoys

Grab as many as can with up to 90% off in the grand opening of Temu.

The e-commerce market arena just got shaken recently, and Temu is in the heart of it, owned by the Chinese company PDD Holdings. The market has been dominated by Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok, but Temu flexed what it could do. The latest showdown started on August 26 when Temu launched its own online shopping ecosystem.

Image Credit: Play Store

Like other brands, Temu offers various products, such as home and kitchen items, fashionwear for men and women, and gadgets. But the biggest deal right now is the up to 90% discount on numerous items. If you can’t find something under that, you can try the 72-hour hot sale, home sale, everything below P100, and limited clearance sale.

To make customers happier, Temu also went off with free shipping and returns, particularly the free standard shipping on nearly all orders. Buyers, however, should expect shipping time between 5 and 20 business days. 

When an item arrives beyond its shipping period, Temu will issue a credit worth P250 to the user’s account. Customers can pay through different payment options, like GCash, PayPal, and Mastercard.

Temu isn’t only available in the Philippines as it serves 37 other countries. Download the app via Play Store and App Store and enjoy the big discount while it lasts.


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