You know when you’re not supposed to shop but you see something on sale and you couldn’t stop yourself from purchasing it online? That’s exactly me when I go to Shopee, but really I don’t just do it on the spot because I take a lot of time to research prices on the app itself and other apps, but always if not always end up getting the one from Shopee because of their mantra, of lowest price guaranteed in the market. I should know, I did see that when I bought something today.
I don’t spend a lot of time on an ironing board, so I wanted get this Tobi Travel steamer which I compared at Shopee and Lazada. One costs 299, the other 659. So who wants to get fooled for almost 360 bucks?
Black Skinny Jeans which are part of my outfit these days cost a measely 259, whilst the other costs 800 even if they had the same look. This is fast fashion people, why would I pay extra 500 for that?
Then I go visit Shopee’s latest section the Shopee Gadget Zone. I took the liberty comparing the two TV sets with the same model number, one is sold for 4,999, the other 6,499. Again, why would I pay almost 1,500 pesos for the same television set right? If you’re skeptic check out the Gadget Zone here (https://shopee.ph/m/gadgetzone) or visit shopee.ph and click the banner on top which says Gadget Zone on it, you’re smart enough I’m sure!
It doesn’t take a genius to know how much you could save with the Shopee app. I’ve been doing this for years and if you’re raring to get a few hundred or thousands of pesos in savings, go download Shopee on the App Store or Google Play.
To get you started, here’s a code if you are new to the app! Thank me later!
It’s definitely cheaper in Shopee.
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