New Delhi: Snapdeal, India’s largest value-focused ecommerce marketplace, announces the launch of its dedicated dhanteras e-store to provide popular items of the festival in one platform. The store has utensils, gold and silver jewellery and coins, gemstone, pooja items, cleaning items like brooms, and home decor.
Snapdeal has curated special discounts on gold coins and an affordable range of silver coins starting at Rs 149. These bars and coins are available from brands like MMTC Pamp, Bangalore Refinery, National India Bullion Refinery(NIBR), Goldsikka Jewels, and more. Coins in Ganesha, Laxmi and Radha Krishna designs are also available.
Gemstones have a discount of a minimum of 50%. There is also a range of precious gold earrings, mangalsutras, rings, necklaces, nose pins, chains, pendants and others in 14, 18 and 22 carats.
In addition to the discount offered on products, shoppers can avail an additional 25% instant discount on PNB cards, 20% instant discount on Rupay cards, and 15% discount on RBL bank cards and Federal bank debit cards.
“The design of items in the store is a combination of traditional and contemporary. They are put together in a systematic manner to ensure that shoppers have quick and easy access to all things needed on Dhanteras,” said Snapdeal spokesperson.
Home safes from brands like Godrej and Ozone are available starting Rs 2499.
The store also has over 12,000 copper utensils, a popular Dhanteras buy on Snapdeal. There are diaries for writing accounts and brooms on offer.
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