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Click Madness Craze Hits Kiwi Shoppers

3 June 2014

Click Madness Craze Hits Kiwi Shoppers

On Friday 13 June, The Warehouse Group stages its biggest ever online sales day.

Following last November’s overwhelming success of its inaugural online sales extravaganza, Click Madness, TW Group is bringing back the one day shopping event commencing 9am sharp on Friday 13 June with never before seen deals on an enormous range of products and services.

New this year is the chance for shoppers to nab bargains from right across all TW Group businesses, including baby.co.nz, R&R Sport, Co.Label, TV International Brands (TVIB) and The Warehouse Financial Services so customers can get great deals on travel, life and pet insurance.

TW Group CEO Mark Powell says: “Last year’s first ever Click Madness event racked up more online sales than Boxing Day, which shows that Kiwis are savvy shoppers who have their eyes out for a bargain and an enormous appetite for online shopping.

Click Madness is essentially one day only of the greatest deals shoppers can get and as New Zealand’s biggest retailer group, we’re delighted to offer an event of this scale with amazing deals from technology to beauty products and sporting gear to everyday essentials.

“Retail is evolving rapidly and TW Group is embracing technology as we undergo a digital transformation with the aim of becoming New Zealand’s leading multichannel retailer so that we can continue to offer Kiwis new ways to get the best bargains,” says Mr Powell.

TW Group launched Click Madness following the worldwide phenomenon, Cyber Monday, which has become the biggest single online sales day in the United States and China’sSingles Day, which is now the biggest online shopping day of the year - worldwide.

Click Madness deals go live at 9am and close at 11:59pm on Friday 13 June. During the lead up to the event, customers can register for more information and be in to win a range of prizes by signing up at www.clickmadness.co.nz or visiting www.facebook.com/clickmadnessnz

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