Sanook and iPrice Group unveils exclusive online page with coupons + deals

Sanook and iPrice Group unveils exclusive online page with coupons + deals

Sanook, Thailand’s No.1 news website and entertainment portal, is collaborating with Southeast Asia’s leading online shopping companion, iPrice Group, to offer Thai shoppers convenient access to the best online deals through coupons from thousands of merchants.

With the growing demand for digital services and online shopping, the partnership aims to enable Sanook readers to make smarter decisions and help them save money by carefully curating the most advantageous deals and making them available on Sanook’s site. 

According to a KKP research by Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group, Thailand’s e-commerce grew by 80% in 2020, revealing it to be the second largest market in ASEAN, following Indonesia. The market is expected to further increase from the current average percentage. Consistently, a 2019 study from We Are Social and Hootsuite showed that internet users in Thailand spent 5 hours and 13 minutes per day on the mobile Internet, which is the most time spent among SEA countries. 

“The e-commerce market is very developed in Thailand today,” comments Mr. Thomas Lozza, Senior Vice President of Product in iPrice Group. “The competition between e-commerce platforms is intensifying, and the number of sellers is increasing. iPrice is on a mission to bring a greater level of transparency, convenience, and trust to consumers in SEA to help consumers save money. Instead of going through multiple marketplaces to find the best deal, users in SEA can instantly access six billion offers from more than two million sellers on a single platform. They can save money by comparing products, prices, sellers’ reputation, and delivery conditions all in one place. Together with Sanook, we are excited to bring the latest promo codes to the online readership. This will further enrich Thailand’s growing e-commerce market and give everyone easy access to verified online deals.” 

“Sanook is delighted to partner with iPrice Group as we’ll be able to provide our users the best-value, exclusive coupons, vouchers, discounts, and premium deals through our website,” said Ms. Kanokporn Prachayaset, Chief Commercial Officer, Tencent (Thailand) Co., Ltd., and Sanook Executive. “By helping users find deals easier, we are very pleased to also be able to help the local e-commerce market grow. This will be vital to meeting our users’ needs and encouraging them to be loyal users of Sanook. With the good platform we created on Sanook Promotion, users can easily search for coupons and take advantage of tons of exclusive deals by iPrice and Sanook. The coupons, vouchers, discounts, and premium deals will be updated frequently to meet users’ needs. We believe this collaboration will definitely enable a better shopping experience for Thai consumers.”

The offers are accessible now. Just follow these three simple steps:

  1. Click to promotion.sanook.com 
  2. Once on the website, search for the desired coupon 
  3. Browse and pick your preferred discount/coupon. 

Onsite coupons, vouchers, discounts, and premium deals onsite are constantly being updated. 

Online shopping for Thai consumers has never been more convenient or advantageous!

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