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M’sians Got Together on Twitter & Created a Shortcut to Bypass Lazada’s Lazzie Hunt Game For Vouchers


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Source: Lazada

How often do we pick up a parcel from the Lazada rider and just carry on with our day? All the time, right? But this Malaysian discovered a QR code on the rider that, when scanned, led her to a digital treasure hunt game where she managed to claim TONS of 11.11 vouchers!

In a Tweet, this netizen shared that she stumbled upon a QR code on the Lazada delivery van carrying her parcel and decided to scan it. Lo and behold, she ended up receiving Lazada vouchers and some stickers. Apparently, once all five stickers are collected, users stand a chance to win an all-new Nissan Almera Turbo! Check out her Tweet below:


Many Malaysians have been joining the fun!

Apparently, she wasn’t alone, many Malaysians have been seeing the Lazzie Hunt stickers on their parcels too, not just on the delivery vehicles. Some are even chasing the abang delivery riders to scan the QR codes!


Netizens began to reply to Bella’s tweet, calling out to other Malaysians to help each other collect all five stickers, by sharing links to their respective stickers, so that everyone had a quick shortcut to collect all five. #WorkSmartNotHard

Here are the links found for all five Lazzie stickers:

  1. LOVING: https://s.lazada.com.my/s.WCYaj
  2. MASK: https://s.lazada.com.my/s.WC31K
  3. VOUCHER: https://s.lazada.com.my/s.WCchH
  4. PARCEL: https://s.lazada.com.my/s.WCchw
  5. MOBILE: https://s.lazada.com.my/s.WCcSc


Other than the five Lazzie stickers, some users even got the RM50 no minimum spend vouchers for Lazada 11.11! Here are some of the vouchers we’ve found.

Go try your luck and collect them all! You might be one of the lucky ones to get the RM50 no minimum spend vouchers for Lazada 11.11 or even win the Nissan Almera Turbo cars. Good luck!

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