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Music City cuts rates for V-Day

After taking your fill of a romantic dinner with your loved ones on February 14th, what better way to follow it up than by singing to her or him your most favorite love songs, the songs which have defined your love affair from day one.

It’s a good thing that Music City Family KTV is offering discounted rates on its KTV rooms on Valentine’s Day itself!  Check out their promo poster below.

Basically P30 has  been shaved off the prices on their Standard, Medium and Large Rooms ALL NIGHT from 4pm to 1am.

This Valentine’s offer from Music City Family KTV located at SunCity Complex is good for two days on February 14 and 15, 2011!  Yes, meaning, pati kabit puede sa 15!

For reservations,please call Music City Family KTV at 553-8833.  Look for Claudine.

About Avel Manansala

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