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Click Madness Craze Returns to New Zealand


Click Madness Craze Returns to New Zealand

Circle Monday 10 November in your calendars, it’s time to get shopping

Click Madness, TW Group’s one day online sales extravaganza, is returning at the perfect time for people to cross some Christmas shopping off the list.

As well as the iconic Warehouse, you can nab bargains from right across all TW Group businesses, including baby.co.nz, Torpedo7, TV International Brands (TVIB), Noel Leeming, Warehouse Stationery and The Warehouse Financial Services, with great deals on travel, life and pet insurance.

TW Group CEO Mark Powell says: “Across the Group we now have a unique online audience of more than 1.1 million New Zealanders each month, which shows that Kiwis have 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 has embraced technology to become New Zealand’s largest multichannel retailer so that we can continue to offer Kiwis new ways to get the best bargains,” says Mr Powell.

Click Madness deals go live at 9am and close at 11:59pm on Monday 10 November. 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 visitingwww.facebook.com/clickmadnessnz

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