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Location: Ji'nan, Shandong, China
Post Date: Dec 10, 2018 3:04 AM
TAG ID: ichphotos453621
Format: 4032 x 3024 Color JPEG
Credit: Imagine China/Newscom
Keywords: China, Chinese, Alibaba, offline, discounts, Ele.me, Koubei
Release Status: No Model Release, No Property Release
Caption:
--FILE--Logos of Chinese meal delivery company Ele.me backed by Alibaba Group, Alibaba's online to offline (O2O) service platform Koubei, and Chinese online payment service Alipay of Alibaba's Ant Financial are seen at a restaurant in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 5 September 2018. One month after pampering online bargain hunters via the Singles Day shopping gala, e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is now providing customers with a wide array of offline discounts through its newly-formed local services entity. Koubei, Alibaba's restaurant review and service app, and food delivery arm Ele.me are joining forces to halve prices on select menus across over two million merchants on Dec 12, a campaign coined by Alibaba five years ago to promote the use of mobile payment in dining, entertainment and other hospitalities. By downloading Koubei's mobile app by the same name, gourmet lovers stand to rake up virtual coupons that give 50 percent off, from McDonald's fries to Dairy Queen ice cream. They can also enjoy extra discounts with a minimum spend of 20 yuan ($2.9).
 
--FILE--Logos of Chinese meal delivery company Ele.me backed by Alibaba Group, Alibaba's online to offline (O2O) service platform Koubei, and Chinese online payment service Alipay of Alibaba's Ant Financial are seen at a restaurant in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 5 September 2018. One month after pampering online bargain hunters via the Singles Day shopping gala, e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is now providing customers with a wide array of offline discounts through its newly-formed local services entity. Koubei, Alibaba's restaurant review and service app, and food delivery arm Ele.me are joining forces to halve prices on select menus across over two million merchants on Dec 12, a campaign coined by Alibaba five years ago to promote the use of mobile payment in dining, entertainment and other hospitalities. By downloading Koubei's mobile app by the same name, gourmet lovers stand to rake up virtual coupons that give 50 percent off, from McDonald's fries to Dairy Queen ice cream. They ...
 
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