Frooogal.com Debuts this Month as Latest Flash Sales Site

NEW YORK-This month, Frooogal.com is set to debut as a flash sales site for luxury products. The newest site in the growing group of flash sale retailers, Frooogal.com will feature daily deals on deluxe products at up to 70 percent off retail. For a nominal percentage of their sales plus a $29.99 set up fee, approved vendors control their own product offerings and sales, as they can submit and upload their product images and plan their sales by setting their own prices and choosing the dates of their sales. Membership is free for consumers.

 

Categories will include furniture, home accessories, technology, entertainment, lighting, art, outdoors, toys, personal accessories and more, and sales will start daily at 11 a.m. EST and last for 72 hours.

Frooogal.com was founded by Kevin Wu and Sandy Wilder. Vendors who would like to sell their products on frooogal can apply by emailing design@frooogal.com.

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