Got a suitcase that’s no longer serving your needs? Or maybe you have a luggage that’s old and worn and you’re looking to upgrade?
Well, here’s good news: you can get a new one at a discount—and help Mother Nature in the process. That’s because Samsonite is having its first ever Luggage Trade-in offer in the Philippines in support of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
When you trade in any brand or any size of pre-loved luggage at select Samsonite stores, you can get up to 35% off on the brand’s Niar and Oc2Lite models.
What’s more, with every trade-in purchase, Samsonite will donate P100 to WWF-Philippines. This promotion runs from April 17 to May 31 while stocks last.
Meanwhile, Davao-based Envirotech will upcycle your old luggage into school chairs for students in Marinduque.
The Luggage Trade-in Campaign forms part of Samsonite’s strategy for sustainability, which focuses on the whole journey—from how Samsonite products are made to how they endure; how the company plays its part in reducing its impact on the planet; and how it ensures that its people, partners, and communities engage in and benefit from this progress.
Samsonite is offering the trade-in discount on two of its popular models, each available in three different sizes.
The Niar is Samsonite’s line of spinner suitcases that combine convenience and functionality without compromising one’s personal style. It’s loaded with convenient features such as double wheels, integrated carry handles, a dual-tube trolley puller, compression straps, TSA combination lock, and an expander. Niar is available in three different sizes—57cm, 66cm, and 78cm—in Graphite and Silver colors.
Meanwhile, the Oc2Lite is a lightweight piece featuring a unique and dynamic reinforced shell to bring extra strength and maneuverability. It is expandable in all sizes and comes with double-wheels, anti-theft zips, and TSA lock. The Oc2Lite is available in three different sizes—55cm, 75cm, and 81cm—and comes in three colors: Deep Red, Navy Blue, and Jade Gold.
Here’s a list of the participating stores and boutiques: