Kia Ora, Kogan: E-tailer says Kiwi’s were “pleading” to come across the ditch. So it did.
E-tailer Kogan has officially launched a dedicated site for New Zealanders this week, promising to undercut TradeMe, Ballantynes and JB Hi-Fi NZ.
“Our Kiwi counterparts across the Tasman have been pleading with us for years to launch there, and today we can finally say Kia Ora New Zealand,” Kogan wrote on a blog.
The site trades in New Zealand dollars.
Kogan.nz is selling the usual line up of accessories, Kogan-branded tech, smartphones, audio gear like headphones, speakers although isn’t selling TVs and Blue Ray players.
Delivery is extra.
Kogan.com’s says it giving Kiwis tech at prices “up to 75% less than Farmers, Ballantynes, JB Hi-Fi NZ, Harvey Norman NZ, Dick Smith NZ, and even TradeMe.”
Kogan Australia has been trading online for the past eight years and also has a dedicated UK site.
“Throughout 2014 our New Zealand website will begin to see a wider range of Kogan products on the site,” the e-tailer said.
Kogan says aiming to make Kogan a “household name” in New Zealand.