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Bargain shoppers in New Zealand will be following their Aussie neighbours as online shopping site Bargain Spot prepares to launch it's online site for the growing Kiwi market next month.
Started by the dad-and-son team of Chris and Justin Gray from Queensland, Australia, the online bargain spotting service has reached close to one million Australian's since it launched late 2015.
“We’ve seen Australian online shoppers take to Bargain Spot in large numbers since it began and we are fast becoming a leading destination for Australian bargain hunters,” began co-founder Justin Gray. “We are now about to take Bargain Spot into New Zealand with bargainspot.co.nz to give online shoppers there an opportunity to save money in the same way.”
The site works by notifying people of the best discounts by searching over a million products in a range of categories including: Fashion & Footwear, Sports & Outdoors; Home & Garden; Toys & Games and more. The site also features a price alert which users can set to alert them when a price for a chosen product reaches a particular level.
Like the Australian version, the Kiwi version of the site will feature products from a range of the country’s top retailers as well as the nation’s favourite international stores. Now Kiwi bargain hunters can be kept up to date on the best discounted buys offered by leading online retailers.
“Since its opening in November 2015 in Australia, we’ve seen Bargain Spot offer a ‘new way’ for bargain hunters to shop,” said Justin. “We created the site with the aim of giving bargain hunters the chance to uncover — and take advantage of — hugely discounted items offered by stores,” he explained.
“Because of the success of the Australian site, we are now replicating the service in New Zealand, giving Kiwi’s the chance to save serious money,” he added