Up to 99% Cashback and RM9.9 deals await shoppers on 9 September
Kuala Lumpur, 7 September 2016 – Cashback platform ShopBack unveils that it will be bringing back the 9.9 Cashback Day to its shoppers on the 9th of September. The 24-hour event will see 35 e-retailers plus newly joined Chatime and Shoppu, offer increased discounts and higher amount of Cashback at ShopBack Malaysia app and online portals.
“We are thrilled to have new partners joining ShopBack on this meaningful day, include leading lifestyle tea brand Chatime, AEON’s e-marketplace project Shoppu, top parenting site Motherhood, DIY tools provider Aneka DIY, all-in vacation village Club Med, healthy meal delivery dahmakan, as well as emerging online tyre store mytayar. Famous online stores like Agoda, Lazada, Hermo, Groupon, Taobao, Qoo10, Zalora, Tesco, BusOnline Ticket, etc, will offer up to 99% Cashback and RM9.9 deals on 9.9 Cashback Day too,” Sharmeen Looi, Chief Operating Officer of ShopBack Malaysia shares.
Originating from the U.S., ShopBack brought the Cashback model to Southeast Asia in 2014, with an aim of helping everyone to save more through online purchases. 9 September marks the establishment of ShopBack Singapore – its very first presence that symbolises the entrance of Cashback concept in this region.
“We set up ShopBack in other countries thereafter, whereby Southeast Asia counterparts like ShopBack Malaysia has been celebrating 9.9 Cashback Day since 2015. Through our constant efforts, ShopBack has become the No.1 Cashback site in Southeast Asia, helping shoppers to get a portion of their purchase back in real cash form, a truly practical plus free online saving tool for our smart shoppers.” Looi said.
She also expressed that the company has enabled Malaysian shoppers to withdraw as much as RM5.4M, with the highest amount obtained by the single shopper is slightly over RM17,000 as of June this year. The company’s steady growth has led to exciting collaborations with household brands like Tesco and Chatime, which seen Cashback as a sustainable marketing approach and willing to reward loyal shoppers on their daily orders in light of the e-market development.
Besides common Electronics, Travel, Beauty, Fashion, and Grocery items, ShopBack also sees potential in companies that provide services to improve Malaysian’s lifestyle i.e. Aneka DIY, BusOnline Ticket, dahmakan, mytayar, etc.
“We want shoppers to not only earn RM59 Cashback from their Agoda booking, but also from anything essential like bus ticket, power tools, health & wellness products, or even automotive needs. The world is moving towards building a connected lifestyle, and what we do is to empower a seamless yet more affordable digital shopping sphere on top of the existing benefits of online shopping,” Looi added.
Adding joy to the event, ShopBack has prepared pre-9.9 deals and Facebook contest for the public since 1 September. The one-day event is supported by AirAsiaBig and Maybank. Stay tuned to https://www.shopback.my/99 for the latest offer!