Lazada lines up deals & prizes for 6th birthday bash

Lazada Malaysia chief marketing officer Andrew Gnananantham (left) and chief executive officer Christophe Lejeune at the launch of Lazada 6th Birthday Festival.

CUSTOMERS have plenty of reasons to shop at Lazada starting from today until April 27, as it celebrates its 6th birthday by presenting shoppers with sweet offerings, including discounts of up to 90% on tons of products.

There are special deals from brands like Xiaomi, which is offering the Redmi Note 5 pre-order exclusive on Lazada; Carlo Rino and Maybelline who have come up with up deals of up to 70% discount; as well as offers from HP, MAC, Nescafe, Maggi and Milo.

Partners of Lazada are upping the ante with treats.

CIMB Lazada Prepaid Mastercard holders, for example, get 15% additional cash rebate, while Lazada e-vouchers are up for grabs for Petronas Primax and Kedai Mesra customers, and AirASia Big is throwing in 15 pairs of flight tickets.

Shoppers can also look forward to 1,000 flash sales, over 1,000 different vouchers and 145 different Surprise Boxes for an exciting shopping experience.

During the birthday festival, Lazada will give up to 10% cashback for purchases made with the E-Wallet, and customers stand to win vouchers up to RM100 by logging on to the Lazada app and literally "shaking" the app at exactly 1.30pm and 8pm.

The birthday celebration gets even better as up to RM100,000 worth of prizes will be given away when they participate in competitions on Lazada’s Facebook and Instagram pages. 

You also get to watch 10 Lazada TV sessions, including live contests. And there is a chance to win prizes through interactive activities with the Lazada Truck that is making the rounds, so keep your eyes peeled.

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