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Amazon.in comes up with festive season's shopping deals
Sep '14
Amazon.in, one of the large online shopping stores in India, has launched the ‘Online Shopping Dhamaka’ ahead of the festival season for thirty days ending October 21, 2014.

In the current festive season, customers can look forward to hundreds of new deals and offers on the all products and brands, new stores that are launched, can have first-hand access to unique collections of premium brands, and participate in exciting contests on the Amazon Shopping app and on Amazon.in.

The offer starts with the opening of the Deals Store and a Festival Season Gifts Store, making it easy and convenient for customers to find the best deals of the season in one place and to choose the best gifts for their family and friends.

The Deals Store is one of the top sites to find maximum deals this festive season, offering Deals of the Day every day and hundreds of deals on numerous products every week. Customers will save lot of money by buying a variety of products in the Amazon.in categories, the company said in a statement.

The Festive Season Gifts Store features thousands of handpicked gifts from across categories of products in the fashion lines.

The vice president and country head for Amazon.in, Amit agarwal said, “This is easily the largest shopping season in India and we want to make it very exciting by providing customers a convenient and trustworthy experience with Amazon.in.”

Customers on Amazon.in and Amazon’s mobile shopping app can shop anywhere with ease and confidence and choose from over 18 million products across a broad range of departments which include fashion apparels for men, women, and kids, the statement said.

All customers on Amazon.in benefit from a safe and secure ordering experience, convenient electronic payments, Cash on Delivery, no-risk hassle-free returns policy, Amazon’s 24x7 customer service support, and a globally recognized and comprehensive 100% purchase protection, the statement added.

Amazon.in, operated by Amazon Seller Services Private Ltd, an affiliate of Amazon.com, Inc., seeks to build the most customer-centric online destination for customers to find and discover virtually anything they want to buy online. (GK)

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