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Muji Philippines Just Slashed a Lot of Its Prices Permanently

Muji stans, rejoice!
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If you're a fan at all of Japanese minimalist lifestyle brand Muji (of course you are!), ready your wallet: As of today, February 23, 2018, Muji Philippines has decided to permanently slash prices of over 200 items, in an effort to make the brand more accessible.

"We integrated new ways to reduce costs and improve operational efficiency without sacrificing the quality of our products to offer better prices for our customers," said the brand in a statement.

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And they're not messing around when they say they've reduced prices: There are some pretty significant cuts, and some items are thousands of pesos cheaper than before. Muji products have always been known for their understated elegance, and it only makes sense that simple products should be priced reasonably. Here are a few of the 200 items that will be marked down:

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Oak Bed Frame
Down to P17,000 from P23,500


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Hard Case Trolley
Down to P7,950 from P8,950 for the smallest size


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Aroma Diffuser
Down to P3,950 from P5,450


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Storage Boxes
Down to P995 from P1,250 for the one sized W34 x D44.5 x H25 cm


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Sensitive Skincare Cleansing Oil
Down to P265 from P345


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Organic Cotton Good Fit Right Angle Sneaker-in Socks
Down to P194 from P245


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Planting Tree Paper Notebook – Set of Five
Down to P225 from P375


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Of course, the flip side of this is: Why were their items priced so high in the first place? Anyone who's bought Muji items before would probably be kicking his own ass right now for dropping the extra cash. But hey, at this point, let's just all be thankful that they were able to "improve their operational efficiency."

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