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Snapdeal relaunches Maggi Noodle chicken-variant

10-February-2016
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Snapdeal relaunches Maggi Noodle chicken-variant

Snapdeal will make available the chicken-variant of Maggi Noodles through an exclusive preview sale in partnership with Nestle.

Customers can buy a special ‘Maggi chicken lovers’ kit’ during the exclusive sale. The kit has 8 packs (2*4 pack) of Maggi chicken noodles, and goodies like fridge magnets and photo frames for Rs 120. Pre-registration for these limited edition packs starts today on Snapdeal and will be open till 11 PM on February 10, 2016.

Pre-registered users will receive a special link to buy the Maggi Chicken Noodles on  February 11, 2016, from 12 noon onwards. After the preview sale, MAGGI Chicken Noodles will be available on Snapdeal on February 11, 2016, 5 PM onwards, if stocks last. 

Speaking about the launch, Tony Navin, SVP (Partnerships and Strategic Initiatives) at Snapdeal said, “Given the success of our partnership with Nestlé for the re-launch of Maggi noodles late last year, we are thrilled to bring back another popular variant of the product. We are confident that this unbeatable offer by Maggi coupled with Snapdeal’s seamless user experience and quick delivery, will be a huge hit among our customers across the country.”

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