It’s August, and for students, we all know what that means…pasukan na! And whether you’re attending them face-to-face or hybrid, there’s one thing that makes it all worth it — getting your daily baon or allowance!
But everyone knows the struggle is real when you’re a student on a budget. What do you do when your baon is not enough?
Say ‘sana ol’ no more with these budgeting tips to help you make the most of your allowance!
1. Ilakad mo na lang!
Sometimes transportation fares pile up into one, big expense, even with the student discount. If you can walk it, walk! That extra cash you just saved up will come in handy on your next lunch break!
2. Worth it ba?
Just because it’s expensive, doesn’t make it worth it! Why grab afternoon snacks that are picture-perfect and pricey, but leave your wallet empty and your tummy still hungry? You deserve better!
3. I-budget meal mo na yan!
As a student, schoolwork can be a daily grind, so what better way to power up than with a budget meal that is equal parts affordable and delicious?
“If you’re a student who is looking to maximize your allowance but still want to enjoy a great, filling meal, then our Mang Inasal ‘Ihaw-Sarap Savers’ is for you – a complete meal with drink for only P99,” said Mang Inasal’s Business Unit Head Mike V. Castro.
Turn lunch breaks into something na masarap SULIT-ulitin with the char-grilled goodness of Regular Chicken Inasal with rice, the flavorful Palabok with 1-piece tender Pork BBQ or the crunchy, meaty Pork Sisig with rice. All served with your choice of softdrink, iced tea or red gulaman at only 99 pesos each!
Need an after-school treat? Mang Inasal’s Pork BBQ and Extra Creamy Halo-Halo might just hit the spot!
Get your favorite “Ihaw-Sarap” Savers via Dine-In, Take-Out, or by visiting http://manginasaldelivery.com.ph/. You can also place an order via the Mang Inasal Delivery App, or through other food delivery apps like GrabFood and foodpanda.
Want to make sure you aren’t missing out on any other great promos and deals from your favorite “Ihaw-Sarap” expert? Follow Mang Inasal on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or check out the website at www.manginasal.com.