Amazon Is Hosting A Huge Ramadan Sale In The UAE

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
Amazon Is Hosting A Huge Ramadan Sale In The UAE

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Amazon UAE is hosting a grand Ramadan sale and goods are being sold at throw away prices. So, whether you want to give your home a makeover or stock up grocery, this is the right time.

What’s It?

Its just been a week since Amazon debuted in the UAE its already grabbing eyeballs for the right reasons. Its the season to be jolly and Amazon just added on to all the cheer.

To helps residents prep up for Ramadan, Amazon is hosting a grand sale, offering up to 60% discount. The sale is applicable for all home decor, food, beverages, kitchen, cooking equipment, and entertainment. Residents can enjoy a 30% off on brands like Al Ain, Rainbow, Lipton and Bayara. Good enough to stock up on Ramadan snacks, right?

Credits: Facebook
Credits: Facebook

There’s also a 50% off on premium kitchenware brands like Prestige, Black & Decker, Corelle and Tefal. So, it’s the right time to give your kitchen a stylish makeover. Lastly, customers can also enjoy a 25% off fitness bands and health trackers and a 60% off on perfumes and beauty products.

Ronaldo Mouchawar, VP, Amazon MENA, said “Ramadan is a very special time for customers in the region and we are proud to offer them meaningful deals on a wide range of products during the holy month. Trends have shown us that online retail shopping increases during the month of Ramadan so we’re working hard to ensure our customers have a convenient and effortless shopping experience, with fast delivery options.”

What Else?

While Souk was the online go-to for UAE residents, Amazon’s launch will now give shoppers access to products on the company’s US website. And the biggest plus- your goods will get delivered at the same speed. 

Shoppers can choose the store, place the order and make the payment by card, or choose cash-on-arrival. As for the delivery, Amazon offers free next day delivery on orders above AED 100 as well as free same-day delivery to certain areas in the city. The website also has an Arabic version and a mobile app, making it more accessible to the locals.