Children's Day: Snapdeal launches curated store with popular brands, discounts

With Children's Day just around the corner, Snapdeal has announced a special curated store with popular kids merchandise.

With Children's Day just around the corner, Snapdeal has announced a special curated store with popular kids merchandise. The store includes toys, games, fashion apparel and even stationery products. Take a look at the store here.

The store also promises discounts and deals that will cater to children of all age groups. It has put together goods from several popular national and international such as UCB, Gini & Jony, Nauti Nati, FS Mini Klub, Mom n Me, Reebok , Puma, Kittens, Barbie, Hello kitty, Crocs, Pampers, Johnson & Johnson, Mamy Poko, Himalaya, Philips Avent etc. These brands are offering discounts up to 60 percent, while you will also find discounts up to 60 percent on premium ride-ons and educational toys, up to 70 percent on remote controlled drones,  helicopters and soft toys, until 30 November.

Speaking on the occasion, Vishal Chadha, Senior Vice President Business, Snapdeal said, “With evolving lifestyles the new age parent has become increasingly conscious about the way their kids dress-up. As a result there has been a significant surge in the popularity of branded kids apparels and merchandise. We aim at providing our customers a wide assortment of products helping them select the right product at the best price”.

Snapdeal has also revealed some shopping trends for kids. For instance, fashion apparel purchase in 2016 witnessed 70 percent of the purchases for girls from the western apparel category followed by lehenga choli. For boys, t-shirts and combos of 3 and 5 accounted to 35 percent of the business. In the Kids Toys and games category, remote controlled drones and helicopters in the electronic toys category witnessed 5x growth in sales, and premium toys category with hoverboards and ride-ons witnessed a 5x spike YoY, according to the report.

Besides, Snapdeal has teamed up with Uber to donate crayons to NGOs such as Teach for India, Oxfam India, Bhumi, Care India, Give India and more. Know more about donations here.

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