Thank U, Next: The Dessert Museum is doing an anti-Valentine’s promo for people who block their exes on social media

The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral
The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral

Behold, an anti-Valentine’s Day promo just in time for heart’s day. The Dessert Museum is offering customers 50 percent off, but only if they block their exes on social media.

The sweet wonderland made the announcement on its Facebook page on Tuesday and said that the promo’s online booking period started on Feb. 12 and will end on Feb. 24. Customers can book a ticket at PHP399 (US$7.64) instead of the regular walk-in rate of PHP799 (US$15.30). The tickets are valid until the end of February.

The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral
The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral

The museum, filled with eight dessert-themed rooms, also accepts walk-ins with the discounted rate. It’s simple — visitors just need to show proof (such as a screenshot) that they’ve blocked a former lover on any social media platform.

“[You] [m]ust not unblock in 24 hours, okay sis?” it said in the post.

The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral
The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral

“If you’re the one who got blocked instead, that’s fine too, just show proof upon arrival,” the museum added in a comment.

The tour usually lasts for one to two hours and are available starting 10:15am to 8:30pm. The museum provides fun facts and the history behind favorite desserts through interactive displays.

The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral
The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral

Guests will also be able to munch on five to six sweet treats (from artisan chocolates to cake pops) in some of the rooms.

The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral
The Dessert Museum. Photo: Kaka Corral


FIND IT:
The Dessert Museum is at S Maison Mall at Conrad Hotel Manila,
Unit 124, 126, 127a, Coral Way, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Operating hours: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Last tickets are sold by 8:00pm)
Contact: (02) 838-7927 or hello@thedessertmuseum.com

Paywall: You’re outta here, Coconuts stories are free for all

We have removed our paywall on all Coconuts stories. This does not mean the end of COCO+ Membership at all, but the value proposition is changing.

Rather than being a transactional subscription – whereby you pay for access to content – it is now a true membership program – whereby Coconuts stories are free for everyone but super-fans can monetarily support our independent journalism, and get added member benefits.

If you'd like to support Coconuts, you can become a COCO+ Member for as little as US$5 per year. Thank you!

READ MORE

CITY: MANILACATEGORY: LIFESTYLESUB-CATEGORIES: LIFESTYLE NEWS, LOVE & DATINGTAGS:

Leave a Reply

Coconuts TV
Our latest and greatest original videos
Subscribe on

Send this to a friend