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GrabOne ready for Xmas with Wish List

05 Nov 2012

GrabOne’s newest feature is making gift buying a whole load easier, just in time for Christmas.

‘Wish List’ allows GrabOne customers to build a list of their favourite deals across all GrabOne sites by clicking on those they want for Christmas and then sharing their list with family and friends.

“You might just find out that Grandma is hanging out to go skydiving,” says GrabOne Marketing Director, Campbell Brown.

“And it will definitely give us Kiwi blokes struggling to find the perfect gift for that someone special a helping hand.

"Wish List will ensure you gift awesome experiences without the delay in delivery or worry about whether the person you’re buying for is actually going to like it.”

The online shopping site is also expecting Wish List to be a hit with Kiwi expats.

“Wish List will be particularly useful for those living overseas who need to buy gifts for their loved ones here in New Zealand,” Brown says.

“Grabbies can tell their friends and family anywhere in the world what they really want for Christmas.

"It’s a simple and affordable solution to posting gifts from across the miles.”

Wish Lists can be shared automatically via email, Facebook post or Facebook message and can also be directly requested from anyone with an email address.

For more information on GrabOne click here

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