JAMMU, Jan 21: India’s biggest shopping festival Big Bazaar’s ‘Sabse Saste 5 Din’ carnival will be held from January 23 to 27 with additional 20 per cent cash back on shopping of Rs 3000 and above in their future pay wallet.
‘Sabse Saste 5 Din’ is known for giving its customers unbelievable offers and heavy discounts. These 5 days of the sale is a shopping extravaganza for every Indian family. Every member can take their pick and choose the best discount and amazing deals on a wide range of categories ranging from food, household items, electronics, fashion apparels, footwear, toys, luggage, kitchenware, home décor and many more.
Customers can avail additional discount on their shopping by paying with their RuPay cards. On a minimum transaction of Rs 500, customers can avail additional 7 per cent discount and an additional discount of 10 per cent on a minimum transaction of Rs 5000. There’s more in store for all the loyalty members. A special member-only preview sale was conducted today and will continue tomorrow, also offering them an additional Rs 100 discount on shopping of Rs 1000.
Customers can also buy Big Bazaar eGift vouchers from PayTM and get 50 per cent cashback, use the same gift vouchers to shop at Big Bazaar and get discounts on products plus 20 per cent additional cashback too.
Speaking on the occasion, Sadashiv Nayak, CEO, Big Bazaar said, “Sabse Saste 5 Din is one of our most iconic sales which every customer waits for. We wanted to make it even bigger this year and give our customers more than just discounts on products. We are giving our customers an additional 20 per cent cash back on high discounted products and giving them value for their money. At Sabse Saste 5 Din, the more you shop, the more you save with higher cashback making it the ultimate shopping festival.”
“Sabse Saste 5 Din gives Indians what they are always looking for-quality products at lowest prices. Big Bazaar has changed the way Indian’s shop and made shopping a family affair. Sabse Saste 5 Din is not just a sale but is a carnival”, Nayak informed.