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Snapdeal launches Voonik’s apparel on its platform

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MUMBAI: Snapdeal, India’s leading value-focused marketplace, has launched over 350 products from the fashion brand Voonik on its platform.

The products include bestsellers from apparel and footwear categories, including kurtis, tops, dresses and bottom wear for women, and footwear, T-shirt, shirt and denim for men.

Voonik products are priced in the Rs 399 to Rs 899 range on Snapdeal. With the new partnership with Voonik, Snapdeal has expanded the selection of value-priced items to include a private label from an online fashion player. 

As an introductory offer, users get a minimum 50% discount on all Voonik products. In addition, Voonik buyers on Snapdeal will get an additional 15% instant discount on using Bank of Baroda and HSBC credit cards.

“Voonik’s products perfectly mirror the needs of our target audience, including the rapidly growing middle segment of the market. We are very excited to bring Voonik’s products on our platform," said a Snapdeal spokesperson.

"We are excited to bring specially curated Voonik branded apparel and footwear on Snapdeal. The superior quality at an affordable price of our trending products will perfectly appeal to Snapdeal value-seeking customers,” says Sujayath Ali, CEO of Voonik.
Snapdeal’s selection has grown to over 200 million listings on the platform. In the last two years, it has seen 60,000+ new seller partners come on board adding over 50 Million new listings. A large number of local emerging brands on Snapdeal are added to ensure adequate choice to India’s value-seeking customers.

Earlier, Snapdeal also partnered with Japanese brand Miniso to launch its attractively priced products on its platform.

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