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Press Release


PayPay Flea Market Named the Winner of Users’ Choice App of Google Play Best of 2020 Japan

- As a token of appreciation, offering 10% off coupon that can be used on all items

See campaign (Japanese only)

Yahoo Japan Corporation is pleased to announce that its flea market app “PayPay Flea Market” (Android version) has been named the winner in the Users’ Choice App category of Google Play Best of 2020 Japan.

Google Play Best of 2020 Japan (#GooglePlayBestOf) is an award program conducted by Google Play to select and recognize hot content of the year from various genres, such as games, apps, manga, and movie content. PayPay Flea Market was chosen the winner in the Users’ Choice App category, receiving the largest number of votes among the shortlisted top ten apps in the category.
Winners of Google Play Best of 2020 Japan (external website) (Japanese only)

To express our gratitude to our users, PayPay Flea Market will offer a 10% off coupon that can be used on all items, as a special edition of its regular weekend coupon, “Shumatsu-wa Torima Frima” coupon, starting from today until Sunday, December 6, 2020.

■“Shumatsu-wa Torima Frima” Special Coupon
- Coupon description: 10% off coupon for all items (one coupon per user; maximum discount amount of 1,000 yen)
- Eligibility: All users
- Period (plan): December 3, 2020 (Thu) – 23:59 December 6, 2020 (Sun)
- See campaign (Japanese only)

Going forward, PayPay Flea Market will continuously strive to build a world where users can sell and buy items conveniently and with great savings, by making app improvements and functional enhancements as well as staging campaigns and other offers that can be enjoyed by both sellers and buyers.

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