Celebrate Dashain with Daraz Nepal’s Dhamaka Deals
Dashain, the grand festival of Nepal, is here, and with it comes a whirlwind of festivities and shopping. Among the many companies joining the celebration, Daraz Nepal stands out with its spectacular “Daraz Dashain Dhamaka” campaign for 2080. This online festival sale promises a plethora of deals, discounts, vouchers, pre-payment benefits, free shipping, and exciting prizes for shoppers.
Starting from October 4th, 2023 (Asoj 17th, 2080) and running until October 17th (Asoj 30th, 2080), this Dashain offer is a yearly tradition by Daraz, eagerly anticipated by Nepali shoppers. The campaign encompasses a wide array of product categories, including gadgets, smartphones, consumer electronics, fashion items, accessories, home appliances, musical instruments, kitchenware, personal care products, and home decor.
Daraz aims not only to provide discounts but also to spread happiness. Key highlights of this campaign include free shipping, online pre-payment discounts, mega deals, mega vouchers, and enticing games. Vouchers, a staple of Daraz campaigns, make a return with mega vouchers worth up to Rs. 7,000, reducing checkout costs across various price ranges.
Moreover, Daraz partners with leading Nepali banks to offer discounts on prepayments through credit and debit cards. Shoppers using cards from partner banks can enjoy up to a 20% discount on credit cards and a maximum 15% discount on debit cards, with a maximum saving of Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 1,500, respectively.
For mobile wallet users, digital payment options are available, although the primary focus for discounts lies with card users. Excitingly, lucky winners who prepay orders worth at least Rs 3,500 have the chance to win shopping vouchers worth a staggering Rs 1,00,000, making the festival of Dashain even more joyous.
In the ever-evolving landscape of digital payments and online shopping, Daraz’s Dashain offer for 2080 stands as a testament to the company’s commitment to making online shopping both lucrative and accessible for the people of Nepal.