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Saga Falabella department store in Peru

Saga Falabella

Department Store

Address
Av. Arequipa 5280 (at the Miraflores roundabout)
District
  • Miraflores
City (Peru)
Lima

In 1988 Sears Peru, a well known department store chain, transformed into a company called Saga. Saga merged in 1995 with the Chilean retailer Falabella and a new big player in the Peruvian department store game was born. Over the coming years Saga Falabella constantly expanded in Lima and Peru. Today they offer their customers a wide range of fashionable clothes, shoes, beauty products, household appliances, toys, furniture and accessories.

IAdditionally they have their own bank, accommodating their customers with cash and credit cards (CMR), an insurance company and a travel agency. Other businesses belonging to Saga Falabella include the supermarket Tottus and the home center Sodimac.

For all locations of Saga Falabella department stores check out their webpage under "Tiendas".

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