As a highly anticipated event in Guam, it attracts thousands of tourists globally to take advantage of the extensive line-up of exclusive discounts and offerings from retail, dining, and optional tours establishments during this 107-day long festival.
On top of it’s duty-free and outlet store shopping offering, Filipinos can also further maximize their retail therapy in Guam, during the festival period, with the SGF coupon booklets for hundreds of exclusive deals, which they can avail across the island. This year’s coupons include special offers for shopping, food, attraction and discounts for other on island establishments.
After our visit at the Guam Micronesia Island Fair, we took advantage of the free time and we headed to the malls for more shopping. Well, they did a lot of shopping. I was just keen at buying myself a charm from Pandora to symbolize my travel in Guam. I bought myself a really nice passport charm with airplane design. It tells the story of my SkyDiving experience and my US VISA 🙂
I was super happy to find out that Jeff also wished to buy charms for her wife. I was also able to sway Myke to buy one for her wife and himself. I find that it is a good souvenir to collect whenever you travel. It is small, rare, and precious. Personally, I buy something that signifies my travel experience. I used to collect picture frames. But I found out some are just made in China and can be bought in Manila.
The other day, I visited a Pandora store in SM Megamall and asked about the passport charm. It costs around Php 2,500. I am happy to get a good deal at Guam. I got it for only $36 dollars with discount (which is roughly Php1,650). 🙂