Shop For Rs 1500 At Big Bazaar, Get Rs 1000 Back: Is This India’s Biggest Sales Offer?

The Nation’s biggest offer, ‘Believe It or Not offer’, as claimed by Future Group’s retail chain Big Bazaar has been launched on 22nd may and shall last till 31st of the month.

The ‘Believe It or Not offer’ Offer
The Kishore Biyani-owned company said in a statement that along with a free home delivery within 2 hours, customers shall get a Rs 1000 cashback on a purchase of Rs 1500.

Customers can get all their requirements delivered to their doorstep by either choosing to shop at the Big Bazaar app (available on Android and iOS stores) or on the online store in order to avail the offer from the safety of their homes.

Pawan Sarda, Group CMO – Digital, Marketing & E-commerce, Future Group said speaking about this initiative that for the organization, customer has been the center of all activity and effort. He said that savings matter to every household and savings at this scale are offered for the first time. The customers may also visit their nearest store as per the city guidelines.

About Big Bazaar
Big Bazaar is a leading online retailer based in Future Group and is located in more than 150 cities across the country. The team also operates the Big Bazaar GenNxt which combines high-end shopping experience with innovative features such as interactive digital screens, ground-breaking exits and smart customer service.

Big Bazaar promises to offer ‘Har Din Lowest Price’ at a massive price reduction on more than 1,500 items used daily in all stores in the country. It also offers a number of value-added services such as home delivery, quick billing and flour milling among others. Big Bazaar has created major shopping malls such as Sabse Saste Din, Public Holiday Sales, Smart Search, Wednesday Bazaar and the Great Indian Home Festival which enables customers to buy the best at the lowest possible price.

It should be noted here that last month the Big Bazaar introduced a two-hour delivery option to boost its sales as many countries announced the closure of errors containing the spread of coronavirus, which also led to the store reducing time and fewer shopping.