Snapmaker Opening New Online Store for Customers in European Union

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Snapmaker has been busy fulfilling orders and helping its communities. Recently, the team announced some good news, which is very rare, especially in this difficult time. They are opening a new online store for customers in the European Union!

This new online store is localized with huge discounts before June 10, 2020.

Many users are way too familiar with these common issues when browsing stores that are not localized: we can’t understand what it says in the product description! Even if we somehow got over the language barrier, we can’t trust the prices listed on the website. The prices are always in different currencies and they will most likely be a lot more expensive when converted back to the currency we use. To improve the shopping experience, Snapmaker has decided to open a new online store targeted to their customers in the European Union, with the following benefits:

  • It has five language options, including German, Dutch, French, Italian, and Spanish.
  • Both the Snapmaker Original and 2.0 will be available at launch with more than a dozen of add-ons and accessories to choose from.
  • Euros will be the only form of accepted currency. The prices offered will include all taxes and are final, meaning you don’t have to worry about any hidden fees.

Wait, that’s not all. To celebrate the launch of its new online store, Snapmaker is running a promotion on its new site for a limited time! Customers in the proper region can enjoy discounts of up to 113.7 when purchasing the Snapmaker Original, the upgraded 1600mW laser module, and the enclosure together. Take a look on the company’s new site here.

The limited offers end at 4:00 PM CET on June 10, 2020. Now is the best time to grab a Snapmaker Original if you haven’t done so. You can learn more about their products on their new online store. More bonuses and discounts will be available in the future so please stay tuned.

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