Decathlon closes temporarily this month

Get ready sports enthusiasts! Everyone’s go-to sports store Decathlon is gearing up for an exciting transformation. But first, the sports giant is temporarily closing all its physical stores.

Here’s what you need to know about their revamp plans.

Physical stores to get revamped

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Decathlon branch in Pasig
Image credit: Rodel Melendres (red) via Google Maps

Sports retailer Decathlon is about to level up its shopping experience for all its customers. They’ve decided to temporarily close their stores to undergo a much-awaited revamp. The company aims to create a more immersive and user-friendly space, where shoppers can easily find their sports essentials while enjoying an unparalleled retail experience.

In line with this, Decathlon is slowly starting to close their stores this month of August. While we’ll miss the convenience of popping in for our favorite gear, the wait promises to be worth it.

Online shopping is key

Decathlon temporary close - online store
Screenshot from: Decathlon Philippines

While the physical stores take a breather, you can still get your sports fix through Decathlon’s online shopping platform. You can browse through their extensive collection of sports gear and have it conveniently delivered to your doorstep.

And if you can’t wait to get your hands on your purchases, you can opt for their click-and-collect service, available at select locations.

Exciting shift for Decathlon

Excitement is in the air as Decathlon gears up for a temporary closure to undergo renovations, promising an elevated shopping experience for all sports enthusiasts. For now, all we can do is wait and stay tuned for a revamped store with an improved product selection.

In the meantime, feel free to make use of their convenient online shopping platform. So gear up, ladies and gents, because something amazing is coming your way!

For more Decathlon-related news, you can learn more about their SM Fairview store or their newest concept store. For more current affairs in the country, visit The Smart Local Philippines.

Cover image adapted from: Rodel Melendres (red) via Google Maps

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