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60,000 Maggi welcome kits sold out in 5 mins; Round 2 up on November 16

Snapdeal exclusively sold Maggi WelcomeKits online. The next flash sale will be on November 16.

By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: November 12, 2015 4:02:09 pm
The Maggi WelcomeKits contained 12 packs of Maggi, a 2016 Maggi calendar, a Maggi fridge magnet, Maggi post cards and a ‘Welcome Back’ letter from the popular instant noodles.

There is no denying that Maggi is one of India’s most popular foods. But a measure of its popularity can be garnered from the fact that when Snapdeal — an e-tail site — put up 60,000 Maggi WelcomeKits on sale, the entire batch was sold out within 5 minutes. That’s 300 seconds — shorter than a regular ad break in your favourite TV serial.

The Maggi WelcomeKits contained 12 packs of Maggi, a 2016 Maggi calendar, a Maggi fridge magnet, Maggi post cards and a ‘Welcome Back’ letter from the popular instant noodles. Snapdeal tied up with Nestle to re-launch Maggi online, for which registrations had opened on 9th Nov. “There has been much anticipation for the return of one of the favourite Indian brands and we are delighted to be the exclusive online partner to deliver Maggi back to the customers. We have witnessed a phenomenal response to this sale from customers across the country. We are happy to make this Diwali truly special for them,” says Tony Navin, Senior Vice President, Partnerships and Strategic initiatives Snapdeal.

A new batch of Maggi WelcomeKits will be on sale from 16th November.

If you’ve managed to procure yourself a pack, then why not try out one these scrumptious Maggi recipes as well.

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