Physical store for SB19 merch
Previously, SB19 merch have only been sold online or at pop-ups during their concerts. However, we bring good news for A’TIN, SB19 fans, who want to see items first before purchasing them.
CO. in Greenhills has begun selling SB19’s merchandise on 8th January. The collectible store now carries merchandise from the group’s first EP, Pagsibol, including official fan items inspired by the singles, MAPA and What?.
Pagsibol merchandise and more
An A’TIN poses with the MAPA shirt and Pagsibol poster
Image credit: CO.
CO. sells the official poster from Pagsibol, featuring all five members, which you can get folded or in a poster tube for protection.
They also carry the MAPA collection which includes a keychain, enamel pin, and iron-on patch inspired by the heartfelt tune. For photocard collectors, the MAPA shirt in black or white comes with different group photocards.
If What? is your empowerment anthem, you can also get an enamel pin or patch inspired by the track.
CO. will also sell the two Pagsibol photobook versions once they’re on hand. However, you can still pre-order the photobooks online or just wait for them to be available at the store.
Order online for delivery or pickup
Pagsibol merch available on CO.’s website
Image credit: @officialsb19
No worries if you live outside Metro Manila or simply want your merch shopping to be convenient. You can still order online SB19 merch from the CO. website and have your items delivered to you.
If you want to secure your items but also want to check out CO. in Greenhills, there’s also an option on their website that lets you pick up your purchases at the store.
You can now buy SB19 merch in-store
Now that SB19 merchandise are sold at a physical store, fans can now ensure that the merchandise are in perfect condition before their purchase.
At CO. in Greenhills, you’ll also get to take your time to choose the items that spark joy for you, compared to the stress of buying merch during concerts.
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