It’s raining stars and prizes as e-commerce platform Shopee celebrates its annual 9.9 Super Shopping Day.
“This year’s 9.9 Super Shopping Day promises to be even bigger and better. We are very excited to celebrate the 9.9 peak with the highly anticipated 9.9 Super Shopping Day TV Special,” enthused Martin Yu, associate director of Shopee Philippines.
“This year has been a challenge to the Filipino community because of the pandemic, and we hope through this TV special we can deepen our engagement with our users by providing them an entertaining production where they can see their favorite stars and win amazing prizes. This initiative is part of our 9.9 regional commitment to deliver a ‘super’ experience to our users.”
On September 9, viewers can catch the two-hour star-studded show on GMA News TV and Shopee Live featuring Shopee brand ambassador Jose Mari Chan, together with Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, Ai-Ai delas Alas, Rhian Ramos, Gabbi Garcia, Lani Misalucha, Christian Bautista, Rayver Cruz, Jak Roberto, and more.
Prizes in in-app games Shopee Catch, Shopee Shake, and Shopee Quiz get a super upgrade as well, as the platform is giving away over P4.7 million worth of prizes on September 9.
One winner will take home P250,000 cash prize, and another lucky winner will get P1 million and a house and lot from Lumina Homes in Shopee Shake at 8:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Meanwhile, over P1.5 million worth of prizes are up for grabs in Shopee Catch and Shopee Quiz.
Exclusive offers and discounts up to 50 percent on leading brands such as Globe Telecom, Havaianas, Huggies, Nestle, P&G Beauty + Olay, Maybelline, Unilever Home and Food, Xiaomi Poco Phone Exclusive, and Lactum Enfagrow await shoppers.
Other promos during the 9.9 shopping day include free shipping for no minimum spend, daily flash deals for as low as P9, and up to 90 percent off on more brands.
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