Retailer marks first year of online store with sale


IN celebration of the first anniversary of its e-commerce platform, home improvement retailer MR DIY is offering customers prizes worth more than RM80,000 until July 31.

The Bashing Sales on www.mrdiy.com.my, which ends tomorrow, also offers up to 10% off 100 products online.

In addition, discount vouchers worth RM6, RM10 and RM15 await customers, and the top spenders will be rewarded daily with vouchers worth up to RM700.

The Bash Out Madness from tomorrow to July 20 will offer up to 10% discount for 200 products online.

There will also be discount vouchers of RM6, RM10 and RM15 up for grabs, and the top spenders in Bash Out Madness will also be rewarded daily with vouchers worth up to RM700.

On D-DAY on July 16, customers can enjoy discount vouchers with RM8, RM12 and RM20 discounts.

The highlights of the MR DIY e-commerce first Birthday Bash from July 21 to 31 are the grand prizes – an iPhone X (256GB), Bluetooth speakers (three sets) and rice cookers (three units).

Birthday Bash offers customers up to 10% off on 300 products online together with discount vouchers worth RM6, RM10 and RM15.

Daily top spenders will also be given up to RM1,100 online vouchers. Customers can get RM8, RM12 and RM20 off on D-DAY on July 31.

In conjunction with this celebration, MR DIY is collaborating with Boost by offering customers RM8 cash vouchers for every RM50 spend via the mobile application.

MR DIY marketing vice-president Andy Chin said, “We have been serving seven million customers monthly through our stores’ network and online.

“We are dedicated to providing convenience for our customers since the launch of our online store in July 2018.”

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