Lazada Online Revolution Sale 2017



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Lazada Online Revolution

It's time to spend that hard earned cash at Southeast Asia's biggest online shopping event, the Lazada Online Revolution Sale. The big event comprises over 28 million local and international products from reputable brands and seller, offering up to 95% off.

What sale would be complete without a few raffle promos here and there. Retailer Avent is giving off a cash prize of PHP 1,000,000 to one lucky customer buying any Avent products.

Lazada is also giving away free trips from Philippine Airlines and Star Cruises, also as one Isuzu SUV to blessed shoppers. Each transaction entitles shoppers to a electronic raffle coupon.

PayMaya and Lazada
PayMaya users will enjoy an additional 20% discount (maximum discount of PHP400) with the code PYMYNOV upon checkout for the entire month of November.

Lazada's Online Revolution sale will run from November 9 to December 12, 2017. Watch out for the mega days on November 9 to 11 and December 7 to 12

Check Out these Lazada Sale Dates to save maximum & shop on these days to get the greatest deals online.

About 12.12 Lazada Sale In Asia

Southeast Asia also has its very own version of 12.12, which began in 2012. Called the 12.12 shopping festival (because it was held on Dec. 12, 2012), the 24-hour online shopping marathon has since evolved to become a month-long shopping festival. And instead of Dec. 12, it now starts on Nov. 11, simultaneous with the 12.12 shopping festival in China, and ends on Dec. 12.

Inanc Balci, CEO and co-founder of all Lazada Philippines, says the sale it calls the “Online Revolution” campaign is now the biggest online retail event in Southeast Asia, which also contrasts with the growth of e-commerce in the region. Lazada Philippines alone now has over 4.3 million goods on sale in its market and over 8,000 merchants selling on the platform.

“The reason we launched the Online Revolution campaign is not to increase the revenues of Lazada. We've got a more holistic, more lasting vision. We wish to increase the e-commerce penetration in the Philippines. We need more people to shop online in the country and in Southeast Asia,” he says.

The effort seems to be paying off. From just 300 items sold in the one-day event in 2012, sales have grown to over 100,000 items sold per day during the month-long sale this past year.

“These are actual discounts versus the prices available on Lazada today,” Balci says.

Deal seekers will be delighted, for example, with all the so-called P11 deals, which means that some customers may have the ability to buy items like a Virtual Reality Box, a LED light bulb rotating lamp or even a Genius gaming mouse for just P11. There are also limited-time flash deals on a 32″ Slim LED TV for P5,499, a Fujidenzo 20L microwave toaster for P1,999, a Star Mobile 4.5″ smartphone for P999, an HP desk jet printer for P888, and a L’Oreal lip and cheek colour for P399.

The deals expand to over 17 product categories, however, Balci states Lazada will also focus on customer interests with weekly specials or a curation of items every week such as beauty goods (Nov. 14-19), family (Nov. 20-24), cyber sale (Nov. 25-28), techies week (Nov. 30-Dec, 2) and trendsetters (Dec. 3-6).

The deals come with a guarantee from Balci himself that the items will be delivered before the Christmas period.

During the sales period, Balci states they expect over 4.5 million visits to the site. “To give you an idea how big this number is, it's half of the population of Metro Manila. It's six times more than the daily foot traffic in the biggest mall in the Philippines, and two times the number of Filipinos working abroad,” he states.

In an interview with The STAR, Balci, however, says that it is not competing with brick-and-mortar stores. “We're more an additional channel to offline retail. We don't need to challenge the offline retailers however we wish to open up a totally new station at the place where they can reach everyone in the Philippines because if you are an offline store, it is very difficult to open a store on every island in the Philippines. But if you come to Lazada, anyone living where in the Philippines can buy your items, so it turns into an additional arm to your business,” he explains.

For all its efforts in spreading the e-commerce gospel, Lazada is really right at the center of a major commerce revolution brewing in the Philippines and the region.

A Google-Temasek study released last May estimates the Southeast Asia e-commerce online marketplace to be a $200-billion opportunity. In the Philippines, the current market is set to grow over 34 percent during the next 10 decades, to reach $19 billion by 2025, with the majority of growth coming from e-commerce, according to Google Philippines country director Ken Lingan in a recent media briefing.

The identical report shows that the range of people who buy products and services online is predicted to grow 18 percent yearly or five times in 10 years from eight million to 42 million in 2025. Moreover, a second study released recently by Google and IPSOS demonstrates that over six out of 10 Filipinos (61 percent) now own smartphones — an increasingly important tool in mobile commerce.

Balci says Lazada is preparing for this explosion of commerce through different channels. “We are making the marketplace bigger and bigger. At exactly the exact same time, we are getting more products on Lazada and we wish to always lead in terms of having the largest variety and the most inexpensive prices. On top of that, I always discuss logistics being the No. 1 challenge in the Philippines. We have our very own Lazada Express, which we're also expanding,” he states.

Michael Evans, president of Alibaba, was quoted as saying during the announcement of the acquisition which with the investment in Lazada, Alibaba gains access to a platform with a large and growing consumer base outside of China.

Maximillian Bittner, CEO of Lazada Group, also discussed bringing about synergies that will drive great benefits to customers in Southeast Asia.

“Alibaba has been running their business for more than 15 decades and they have a vast understanding of e-commerce,” adds Balci. “Every day, we are learning increasingly more out of them and implementing it in our business in Southeast Asia.


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