This virtual shopping platform puts three retail destinations in one
It is an understatement to say that the pandemic has changed how we shop. During its first months, our retail experience went online with many brands and establishments jumping to e-commerce. While malls today are now open for guests, our journey back to our pre-pandemic retail experience also comes with the hassle of going out and braving Manila traffic. If you love shopping but want to skip all those troubles, Ayala Malls has the perfect online retail destination that lets you go on a shopping spree in three malls with us a click of a button.
Dubbed Zingmall, Ayala Malls’ newest virtual shopping platform offers an online retail therapy in Glorietta, Alabang Town Center, and TriNoma, and lets you pick up your goods in a snap or have them delivered to you on the same day.
The digital mall can be easily accessed through smartphones. It features an uncluttered look and an easy-on-the-eyes interface that elevates the online shopping experience, where customers can simply scroll and tap to shop, add to cart, and check out. It houses a myriad of local and international brands, including Plains & Prints, RAF, Kashieca, Bench, Hush Puppies, Vionic, Birkenstock, World Balance, Res Toe Run footwear, Sunnies Studios, and V Jewelry, among others.
As a treat, Zingmall also offers special deals to shoppers. Until May 31, customers can get up to P500 off when they shop and pick up in-store with a minimum spend of P1,500. They can also enjoy free delivery sitewide with a minimum spend of P1,000 at ZingMall for the whole month of May. When they sign up for Zing Plus, they can get additional discounts and free delivery vouchers.
“ZingMall was developed to meet customers’ current needs with lifestyles that evolved throughout the pandemic,” Ayala Malls says. “ZingMall merges online and offline shopping—providing a hybrid experience that suits the needs and wants of various individuals who may either prefer staying and working from home or rediscovering and immersing in the new almost-post pandemic outside world.”