daraz 11.11- 2020

After the back to back success of Daraz’s biggest online sale day, they are set to launch their third annual Daraz 11.11 sale. Happening this November 11, 2020 (Kartik 26) Daraz is all geared up for the day. They’ve hired close to 900 delivery riders and customer care agents to ensure fast delivery in 27 cities nationwide and the best customer service.

What is 11.11? 

The idea of 11.11 goes back to the history of China that marks 11/11 (11th November) as Single’s Day. Unmarried people celebrate the occasion by treating themselves to gifts and presents. The trend of becoming the largest online shopping day in the world began when Alibaba offered discounted merchandise on its platform for 24 hours on 11th November 2009. This largest “Global Shopping Festival” was then celebrated in many countries across the world and surpassing Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Year-End campaigns combined in sales volume.

Seems like this year, Daraz is planning on giving the most opportunity to the sellers and buyers who couldn’t make a sale or purchase during the unexpected turn of events in 2020. This year’s Daraz 11.11. sale in Nepal will be hosting more than 6000 sellers, 160+ global and domestic brands, and more than 5 lakh products.

Safety Measures

On its third year of the sale, Daraz has estimated to host over 5 lakhs users during the day. And considering the current situation, a good delivery service also includes safety measures. 

Daraz has ensured the safety of employees and customers across all its locations. They are following stringent safety and hygiene rules. These include daily temperature checks of every employee, regular deep cleaning as well as strict shift planning to reduce occupancy in every location. All delivery riders are equipped with protective masks, gloves, and sanitizers. With all this strict planning it’s safe to welcome any Daraz’s purchase to your homes and workplaces. 

Play and Win

Playing games to win is so far the greatest opportunity for the buyers. 11.11 is not just benefiting you on the sale day with higher discounts. For more benefits there some pre-buying activities that will lead you to be lucky on the crazy sale day. Participate in the Daraz 1 Rupee Game. It offers customers a chance to win select products by paying Re.1 via card or eSewa. If the customers don’t win, their payment will be refunded.

Moreover, play the Add to Cart and Win Game to win products that you have added to your carts from the “win giveaway” tab of Daraz. This is highly encouraged. It not only helps the customer from losing out on a great deal but also provides a chance to win the item for free. So if there are any gadgets that you were planning on to get this festive season, you better hurry. You should add it to your carts before it’s gone.

There’s another game, Mission 11.11, where customers must complete certain missions to win exciting prizes. Then there’s a Ludo Tournament held between 11th to 13th November. Participants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal will be awarded a Daraz voucher worth Rs. 15000 and more. It is mandatory to register between 1 to 8 November to participate. Likewise, one lucky winner wins a brand new TVS Apache RR 310 worth Rs. 8 Lakh by simply making a purchase during 11.11.  

Start participating from today so that you get super lucky on 11th November. 

Banks and Payments

During the 24-hour sale, customers can get discounts of 20% (up to Rs.3000 off) by pre-paying via debit/credit cards of 11 partner banks. Cardholders of Nabil Bank, NIC Asia, Sanima Bank, Global IME Bank, NMB Bank, Mega Bank, Nepal Bangladesh Bank, Kumari Bank, Laxmi Bank, Century Bank, and Himalayan Bank are eligible for such discounts during 11.11. So make sure that you activate your cards for online payments. You could also verify your card activation by participating in the Daraz 1 Rupee Game.

Hence, in 2020 Daraz 11.11 sale aims to provide you with the best deals and service making sure every procedure of theirs is safe and hygienic. This is a huge opportunity to grab for both sellers and buyers. And if you are planning on getting a smartphone or laptop or TV, don’t forget to check their reviews first. 

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