Halt that purchase! TBH, you’re better off spending your 57k in things that will have contribution to your life. That, and Suncellular has a better choice for you.
When word of Madonna’s Rebel Heart tour ticket prices reached the desks of INQPOP! editors, we were like, Mother-of-God-fifty-seven-thousand? Yes, it’s going to be a historic, if not iconic, concert for the Queen of Pop as it is her first time in the Philippines, but really, Php57,750 for a Super VIP ticket is a lot for the average Filipino to take. It will mean more work and skimping on luxuries to be able to generate that kind of money. If you happen to be a hardcore fan and you’ve saved money for all eternity for this moment to happen, then we’d understand your spending. But if you’re basically spending for FOMO–please. Funnel your pile of cash to other worthier things, like:
1.) Macbook Pro
If you haven’t owned a Macbook in your life, now’s the perfect time to buy one!
2.) Sony Alpha mirrorless camera
If you have a creative potential that’s just waiting to be tapped, a new DSLR camera could bring you to new artistic heights.
3.) Two starter designer bags: 1 Marc Jacobs and 1 Michael Kors which you can use everyday, interchangeably.
Carrie Bradshaw once said, “I like my money right where I can see it…hanging in my closet.” Well, she may have been referring to her enormous shoes and clothes collection, but the same applies to bags.
4.) A budget trip to Osaka, Japan.
Osaka! Home of Ramen, Osaka Castle, and Wizarding World of Harry Potter! It’s a good place to start your series of Japanese adventures if you don’t have the budget for Tokyo just yet. Also, science says you should spend your money on experiences, not things. So there.
5.) A certificate course to pad up your resume
Knowledge is power, so you’re better off spending your money on honing or building new skills. Baking, coding, teaching–the world is your oyster!
6.) Finding yourself by doing a “That Thing Called Tadhana” number ala Mace Castillo
In case you’re a hermit and have been living in cave, you have most probably heard about the blockbuster movie That Thing Called Tadhana top-billed by Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman. In the movie, Mace (played by Panganiban) tried getting over an ex-boyfriend by traveling with a guy (De Guzman) she randomly met in an airport. The guys at Philippine Daily Inquirer have calculated the cost of “tadhana,” estimating that the whole burgis spending is around Php9k to Php11k. So if you find yourself dealing with three breakups the whole of 2016, you’re ready.
7.) 8 years worth of payment for Plan 600 under Sun Cellular.
Yes, we’ve computed! Your Php57,000 will pay off almost 11 years–or 128 months–of billing for your Sun Postpaid Plan 450 granted you don’t spend beyond your limit.
BONUS BETTER REASON: Remember earlier we told you Sun Cellular has a better choice for you? Sun Cellular is giving you the chance to score an all-expense paid Madonna Fly-out in Las Vegas! Free tickets will be given away to Sun Postpaid subscribers who are also Spinnr subscribers–all you need to do is create a Madonna playlist! Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity of watching Madonna live in concert and traveling to Vegas for free! So #choosebetter and click here for more information.