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Grocery Savings Up For Grabs with Countdown Deal

19 March 2014

Grocery Savings Up For Grabs with Countdown Deal

GrabOne is taking online shopping to the next level this week with the launch of an online voucher with Countdown.

In a first for the ecommerce site, the voucher will offer GrabOne customers a $30 online voucher for only $15, with delivery or click to collect options additional.

The voucher can be used on any items on Countdown’s online shopping site, excluding tobacco and alcohol.

“This deal is really significant for GrabOne as it’s the first time we’ve offered a voucher that allows customers to choose from over 20,000 products,” says GrabOne Marketing Director James Kemp. “We’re committed to bringing great deals to New Zealanders that offer more choice and value.”

“By offering this deal through GrabOne we were able to reach out to a new audience comprising of more than 1.4 million GrabOne users throughout New Zealand,” says Anneka Broad, Countdown’s Marketing Manager - Multi-option Retail. “It’s a very effective way for us to increase the awareness and visibility of our online shopping experience, we’re really excited to see how GrabOne customers respond to this voucher,” she says.

Today’s deal is available to the first 10,000 buyers and is valid until 3 May.

About GrabOne
GrabOne launched in July 2010 with a $4 EVENT movie ticket deal, and has quickly grown into one of New Zealand’s largest ecommerce businesses.

Its family of websites includes Experiences, Escapes, Store, Bottle and GoBook. To date, the business has sold over 9 million coupons to more than 1.4 million customers, saving New Zealanders more than $400 million.

In February 2014, GrabOne won Best Website, Best Shopping Site, Best Site for Travellers and Best New Launch at the ESET NetGuide Web Awards.

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