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iQ Toys launches 'Deal of the Day'

iQ Toys launches 'Deal of the Day'

New Zealand online toy store, iQ Toys ( has launched a new feature to its award winning website - 'Deal of the Day'. The service has only been running for a few days but is already providing to be popular. Managing Director Shane Loomb says "customers seem to enjoy the surprise of seeing a new toy at an amazing discount appear every day with only 24 hours to purchase it".

The site features a countdown timer that counts down second-by-second the time remaining for the current deal until 7pm each night when a new deal appears. "This creates a sense of urgency and excitement and we are already noticing a surge in traffic at around 7pm each night when the new deal is taken live" says Shane.

Shane advises that they will actively work with suppliers to bring discounts of 50% or more on the hottest selling toys in New Zealand.

About iQ Toys

Established in 1996, iQ Toys was one of the first online retailers in New Zealand and NZ's first online toy store. In 2007 it was ranked the 41st fastest growing company in New Zealand in the Deloitte Fast 50 Awards. The website features over 3000 unique, award winning products online.

Contact iQ Toys through their website on or by phone on 0800-478 697


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