Shoppers in the Philippines can now enjoy grocery shopping through their mobile phones and have them delivered straight to their doorsteps with just a few swipes & clicks. Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, officially launches Shopee Mart to provide users with a hassle-free and convenient online grocery shopping experience. Users can now easily shop for all their household needs from popular brands including Nestle, Unilever, Lysol, Coca-Cola, Nivea, Colgate, Pampers, Garnier, Mamypoko, Olay, and many more. Running daily errands has never been this easy!
To mark the grand launch of Shopee Mart, Shopee will be offering up to 90% off a wide variety of household products ranging from food and beverages to toiletries and skincare from August 6 to 8. Users can look forward to daily Surprise Deals where discounted mystery items will be revealed from popular brands like Nestle, Unilever, and Lysol everyday. In addition, there will be daily flash deals, exclusive bundle deals, vouchers and a Below P500 Daily Essentials collection featuring a curated selection of popular items for users’ everyday needs.
Jane Lim, Director of Shopee Philippines, said, “At Shopee, we always put our users first in whatever we do, and we are committed to continuously innovating our platform in order to meet the different needs of our users. For the launch of Shopee Mart, we hope to be able to cater to users who prioritise the ease and convenience of doing their grocery shopping online, and will continue to work closely with brand partners to bring them even more value-added deals and exciting campaigns going forward.”
In line with the launch, Nestle, the leading nutrition company in the Philippines and a featured brand under Shopee Mart, will also be partnering Shopee for Super Brand Day on August 9. Users can look forward to Nestle’s storewide sale with daily exclusive deals of up to 50% off across all Nestle brands. On top of that, Nestle will also be offering the first 1000 buyers a P100 off voucher with a minimum spend of P500.