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A one-stop on-line shopping platform ~ iprice

A one-stop online shopping platform ~ iprice
I’m considering getting a cooker hood or cooker chimney for my kitchen and have been surfing the internet for a suitable one with regards to brand, size and of course to fit my budget.  I stumbled upon this website,  iprice  a one-stop shopping platform in South East Asia.  I was surprised that they offer a wide range of products, from household goods, apparel, health, accessories, you just name it and they have it.  And they boast of housing more than 1,000 brands under their umbrella, that’s interesting!

Moreover, they also provide product information of the different brands that they have on offer, which is indeed an added advantage to online customers.   Banana Republic, Longchamp, Sony, Adidas, Converse, just to name a few, are some of the top brands available in iprice.


What makes iprice different from Amazon or Alibaba is that iprice does not sell directly to customers online.  Instead they gather coupons, promotions and discounts from other online websites in the country  like Lazada, Zalora, Groupons and others and post these on their platform.  This is indeed of great help to online customers looking for a product as they can pick and choose the most affordable price available, all in the convenience at their homes.  

They do not need to get dressed, jump into a car and go round looking for a parking space, enter a mall, and perhaps even after walking around for an hour or more, yet they don’t get what they’re looking for.  Online shops open 24/7 and do not observe any public holidays!

Visit iprice to get the best deal  of the day and sign up for their Newsletter to get their latest updates and promotions!

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