Shopee launches Cheapest Electronics in Universe to gear up the excitement of 11.11 - 12.12 Shopee Super Sale

Information Technology Press Releases Monday November 13, 2017 15:15
Bangkok--13 Nov--Triple Eight Ideas

Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, is unveiling ""Cheapest Electronics in Universe"" as part of the lead-up to 11.11 - 12.12 Shopee Super Sale, this year-end's most sensational mega shopping event. Starting from 8 November to 12 December, shoppers can enjoy the lowest prices across different electronic products ranging from mobile gadgets, cameras, mobile accessories and home entertainment. Shoppers can look forward to spectacular discounts of up to 90% off from leading brands including Vivo, SanDisk, DJI, IT City, Fitbit and more.

On top of the attractive discounts offered, users can also enjoy Shopee Lowest Price Guarantee on a wide range of best-selling electronic products. If Shopee users are able to find a cheaper price for products marked with the ""Lowest Price Guarantee"" icon, Shopee will refund them 120% of the price difference. Additionally, a series of vouchers will also be up for grabs throughout this period; Shopee users are invited to check out the platform regularly to stand a chance to win.

""Cheapest Electronics in Universe"" campaign was launched to cater to the increasing demand for electronic goods online. A study by Priceza group reported a steady growth in Thailand's rate of e-commerce penetration, which is expected to increase to 21.7% by 2017 and reach 24.5% by 2021. Another study by Statista reported Thailand's largest market segment to be the "Electronics & Media" segment, with a market volume of US$1,258m in 2017.

This trend is also reflected on Shopee Thailand, which experienced a tremendous growth in demand for electronic products over the past year. Smart wristbands rank top across all target demographics as consumers become increasingly concerned about their health and wellness. Cameras and camera lenses are among the top items for females, while car cameras have gained increasing popularity among males. Smartphones have also emerged as one of the top-selling products, with the under 10,000 Baht price tags appealing to consumers looking for a wide range of affordable options.

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