In the future, there is a possibility that people will no longer go to malls to buy what they want as almost everything is already available online now.
Online shopping is a multi-billion dollar business. Amazon, Ebay, Alibaba, and others make the lists of biggest companies around the world in terms of profit and net worth.
Let’s take a look at the top 10 best online shopping sites in the Philippines where you can shop with ease from the comfort of your home.
1. Lazada Philippines.
Lazada Philippines has been known to be the biggest online shopping site in the Philippines that offers a wide range of products. From electronics to fashion, health and beauty products to toys. Lazada offers COD as one of their payment methods. Based on their site, they accept cash on delivery nationwide. With their service, you can pay cash to the deliveryman upon receiving your order. Easy and hassle-free transaction. Lazada also offers an affiliate program where people can earn money by promoting their products.
2. Zalora Philippines
Zalora Philippines is another Rocket Internet-funded e-commerce company that has expanded fast in Asia, with funding of US$238 million to date. The company is taking for granted the Philippines untapped online market.
The three-year-old website focuses on fashion and footwear. Last year, it launched a marketplace for independent merchants to sell their products through the store. It also features Zalora Magazine, a content blog that offers tips on fashion, beauty, and lifestyle.
3. OLX Philippines
OLX Philippines is previously known as Sulit.com.ph, and later merged with another classified ad site ayosdito.ph. OLX is actually a classified ads sites and transactions is made between members rather than by the company who owns the site.
Although OLX suffered major setback after it bought Sulit and Ayosdito, the site is still popular especially among car enthusiast.
But since it is a member-to-member transaction, extreme caution is suggested when doing a transaction.
4. eBay Philippines
The father of all online shops, eBay, is officially operating here in the Philippines. They sell fashion products, gadgets, toys, home improvement items and more in a bidding system.
Most sellers on eBay Philippines accepts several payment options such as bank deposits but eBay itself only accepts credit and debit cards.
Ebay is also a classified auction site but buyers and sellers are protected by the website.
Amazon, the world’s biggest online marketplace after it surpassed eBay a couple of years ago, is not really operating officially in the Philippines, but a lot of Filipinos and foreigners are buying goods through it.
Since the shipping fee to the Philippines can range from ₱500 to more than a thousand Pesos, many Amazon customers choose the service of Johnny Air where their items are sent to the Johnny Air office in New York then forwarded here in the Philippines.
Some items also are purchased through neighboring countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and Japan.
Weemall offers a wide range of top branded products. Their site’s got a minimalist design and easy to navigate menus. One of their goals is for their shoppers is to give them the best online shopping experience they deserve. They offer cash on delivery as payment option and you can check their cod policy through this link. Take note that they’re currently offering the cod service only within metro manila. You can check their site for more updates.
Shopee is a cool new online shop in the Philippines that quickly became so popular. It focuses on mobile and social media marketplace. It’s the online store where you can find inexpensive but cool and trending new items that allows you to share with your friends and the social community. It’s like an online “Divisoria” with tons of class A stuff so don’t expect for high-end quality products.
TipidPC is where you can buy all types of used gadgets like phones, computers, laptops, cameras, and electronic parts and accessories. The site was formerly a gadket and electronics forum, but it is converted into a full-classified ad website. Membership is required for due diligence.
GreatValuePlus indeed ensures great value products for online shoppers. Just check out its website and see for yourself. It specializes in watches, perfumes, fashion and many essential products for your home. If you’re a watch lover like myself, you need to browse their collection of watches which is awesome. There are so many brands to choose from at very reasonable prices compared to malls and other online merchants. I always get the toughest quality with good value for watches like Seiko, Casio and Citizen.
Goods.ph online store is your one-stop shop for just about any goods you can possibly buy online, believe it or not, even groceries and snacks. Their main goal must be to stop people from going outside for shopping, LOL! But anyhow, this is a good option for people who just want to do things at home even shopping for groceries. Goods.ph also offers bargains and discounts, free shipping, free vouchers and nationwide cash on delivery. It has a fast and user-friendly website design.
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