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Exciting new offers at Total SLEX

  • Customers can enjoy an elevated shopping experience at TOTAL South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)
  • Stations evolve to become one-stop shops offering personalized, accessible and simple solutions that meet all the needs and desires of motorists

Gone are the days when gas stations only offer fuel. Stations evolve to become one-stop shops offering personalized, accessible and simple solutions that meet all the needs and desires of motorists.

As part of Total (Philippines) Corporation’s commitment to going above and beyond for their customers, new establishments have been added to the ever-growing offers at TOTAL SLEX.

Krispy Kreme, home of the original glazed doughnuts, opened its newest drive through branch at TOTAL SLEX. The dessert chain brings its signature doughnuts and brew boxes to travelers in need of a sugar of caffeine fix while on the road.

TOTAL SLEX is now also home to the first stand-alone Miniso branch in the country. Miniso is a variety store that offers a fun mix of everyday essentials and unique products popular amongst Filipinos of all ages, making for a great stopover for travelers heading north.

Whether it’s for pasalubong or last-minute travel essentials, Krispy Kreme and Miniso at TOTAL SLEX has something for everyone.

“We are committed to giving our customers the Total experience – from our diverse range of products, expert services, to our special on-site offers as well. With the opening of Krispy Kreme and Miniso in our TOTAL SLEX station, we aim to make Total a one-stop shop for your needs on the road, making stopovers more worthwhile for motorists,” says Total (Philippines) President and Managing Director Laurent Stouffe.

Total continues to innovate in ways that delight its customers, so keep an eye out for more exciting surprises from Total in the coming months!



A bientôt chez Total!

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