Pune: One of India’s most awaited shopping festivals, Big Bazaar’s “Public Holiday Sale” is back bigger and better this year from 29th April to 3rd May, 2015 in all its stores across the country. True to its promise of “On Public Demand”, Public Holiday Sale’s presents exciting offers, mega deals and discounts on products and categories which public demanded.
Big Bazaar’s Public Holiday Sale will have Big Bazaar’s much loved and in demand offers and deals getting bigger and better to offer rock bottom prices and discounts on wide variety of products. The jumbo deals and special discounts offer during Public Holiday Sale are specially created on categories and products demanded by the public. Big Bazaar has been creating mega shopping festival like Sabse Saste Din, Republic Day Sale etc to offer maximum saving for shoppers. Success of Public Holiday Sale over the years has reiterated customers trust on Big Bazaar to offer the best value shopping and maximum saving for customers.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Akshay Mehrotra, Chief Marketing Officer, Big Bazaar, said, “Big Bazaar’s Public Holiday Sale have managed to add value and build excitement around holiday season shopping of customers. It has reiterated our leadership promise of bringing innovative properties to create happy and exciting family shopping occasion.”
Some of the Key offers for “Public Holiday Sale”:
Wide Range of Fashion Apparel Buy 1 Get 1 Free
Exclusive New Launch Philips 32 LED (80 cm) Rs. 19990
La Opala 21 Pcs Dinner Set MRP Rs. 1995 for Rs. 1499
Single & Double Printed Bed Sheets Rs. 699 Onwards (Entire Range)Buy 1 Get 1 Free (Over 200 Designs)
Exclusive New Launch Intex Aqua Life II Rs. 4990 with 8 GB Micro SD card Free
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