Seasoned shoppers on Shopee know what to do when sale events come. They start even before the day and they do it fast, checking out faster than you can say “add to cart”.
Here’s how they take advantage of sale events, which you can do at Shopee 8.8 Mega Flash Sale on August 8.
Keep tabs on daily flash deals
Click the Flash Deals tab on Shopee homepage and scroll through the products to find the best deals of the day. On this page, you can also see the items scheduled for flash deals. Press “Remind Me” to receive a notification once your desired flash deal goes live. You can check out Mall Flash Deals for deals from your favorite brands.
TIP: Bigger flash deals drop daily from midnight to 2:00 a.m.
Add to cart in advance
Add the items you want to buy to your shopping cart. This saves you precious time, and helps you avoid running out of that item or the limited free shipping vouchers. Once the clock strikes midnight, check out your items.
Check for free shipping
Speaking of free shipping, don’t forget to claim free shipping vouchers before checking out. Head to Free Shipping on Shopee homepage to check when new free shipping vouchers drop.
TIP: Some free shipping vouchers run out fast. Be quick.
Schedule shopping sprees accordingly
Set reminders for themed sales such as Home and Outdoors Sale on July 31; Shoes and Bags Sale on August 1; Toys, Kids, and Babies Sale on August 2; Groceries and Pet Care Sale on August 3; Fashion Sale on August 4; and Mobile and Laptops Sale on August 5.
Top up your ShopeePay wallet through your debit card and other convenient channels to enjoy more exclusive deals such as free shipping with a minimum spend of P199, 15 percent cashback, ShopeePay P1 Deals, P10 worth of data for only P1, and up to 25 percent cashback on bills payment. You can also get 20 percent cashback when you Scan to Pay with ShopeePay for cash-on-delivery orders with ShopeeXpress.
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