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Grabone Celebrates Third Birthday

Grabone Celebrates Third Birthday

The trainer wheels are off. GrabOne is turning three years old next week and like any three year old, the milestones keep rolling.

Since launching in 2010 daily deal operator, GrabOne has sold over 7.5 million GrabOne coupons and saved Kiwis over $350 million.

“When we launched we were offering one deal per day and had a team of five,” says GrabOne Marketing Manager James Kemp. “We now offer on average 100 deals a day and have 130 staff (or Grabsters as we affectionately call them). It was definitely baby steps when we started but we’re now running like an out of control toddler. It’s exciting times for GrabOne.”

To celebrate their third birthday, GrabOne is running a series of $3 deals and is gifting GrabOne credit to their most loyal Grabbies. GrabOne is also hitting the streets around the country to shout unsuspecting Kiwis coffees, lunches and other treats.

Kemp says the next few months will see GrabOne focusing on enhancing their mobile offerings and merchant tools while creating more unique events through merchant partnerships.

GrabOne has an 80 per cent market share in New Zealand.

• One happy Kiwi buys a GrabOne voucher in New Zealand every 7 seconds.
• Since GrabOne’s launch on 7 July 2010, Grabbies (GrabOne customers) have bought 7.5 million GrabOne coupons to over 10,000 different businesses, saving them over $350 million.
• GrabOne’s top shopper has spent $39,260 since the site launched (yes, they will be getting some birthday credit!)
• There are over 1.1 million Grabbies in New Zealand.
• GrabOne’s most popular deal is Domino’s Pizza - 29,790 vouchers sold in one day.
• GrabOne has four other vertical websites: GrabOne Bottle, GrabOne Escapes and GrabOne Store and GrabOne Instant.
• GrabOne’s team consists of 130 staff across New Zealand.

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