In celebration of its anniversary, AliExpress – a global online retail marketplace under Alibaba Group – brings the AliExpress 9th Anniversary Sale to Saudi Arabia and the UAE from March 28-31, 2019.
During the AliExpress Anniversary Sale, consumers will be able to shop from over 100 million products on the online portal and its app at up to 50% discount on offer. The AliExpress Anniversary Sale also brings an improved shopping experience to the buyers in Saudi Arabia by indulging them with multiple shipping and delivery services combined with tempting and attractive discounted prices.
Women shoppers are especially in great luck with a wide range of stylish and trendy products, from apparel to jewellery, watches, furniture and health & beauty products catering to their sensibilities, with the convenience either bought from homes or wherever they may be on the go.
On the occasion of the anniversary sale, Riyadh will transform into a shopping hub filled with pop-up shops, mega sales and smart shopping options. AliExpress is facilitating shoppers to shop from an abundant choice of products at competitive prices. Over and above the impressive bargain deals, AliExpress is also enabling the buyers with AliExpress Direct, a premium shipping service developed to enhance the cross-border shopping experience for customers in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
In addition to the anniversary sale, AliExpress has also brought the cash on delivery service exclusively available for shoppers in four cities of the Kingdom including Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam and Makkah with a plan to add more cities to the list for more buyers across the country to enjoy and make the most of this service.
“We are committed to bring joy to the lives of our loyal buyers and the profound number of shopping enthusiasts across the region. We take the opportunity of our anniversary celebrations to launch a very attractive range of cost-effective services and offers for the buyers from the Arab region to enjoy an online shopping spree and feel more connected to the brand,” says Matt Zhang, head of AliExpress Middle East.
AliExpress is all set to kick off its first pop-up shop at the main entrance of Riyadh Park over three days from March 27-29, 2019. The objective of this pop-up shop is to showcase a selection of quality AliExpress products ranging from home goods and electronic gadgets, for consumers to touch and feel the products.
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