The recently launched Amazon.ae, a transition from SOUQ.com, is offering a new local shopping experience for customers in the UAE, bringing shoppers curated deals just in time for the month of giving. Amazon.ae is offering discounts of up to 60% on an array of products during the holy month of Ramadan.
“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. Our deals are focused on hand-picked products and categories that we know are important to the region during the month, all of which can be found on a dedicated Ramadan section within the Amazon App and Amazon.ae,” said Ronaldo Mouchawar, VP, Amazon MENA.
Completely localised for an effortless experience, customers can shop Ramadan deals in English and Arabic, and pay in AED using local and international credit cards or cash on delivery. Customers can enjoy free shipping on select products for orders AED100 and above.
With family gatherings a common feature during the holy month, those shopping on Amazon.ae can now order their favourite Ramadan beverages, snacks, juices and dairy products and enjoy 30% off brands including Al Ain, Tang, Rainbow, Lipton, Anchor and Bayara. Customers can also take advantage of the 50% off on home and kitchen products this season to cook delicious feasts and make memories with their loved ones with brands like Tefal, Prestige, Black & Decker, Corelle and Hawkings.
Those who are keen to keep up your fitness during Ramadan, Amazon.ae is offering up to 25% on health & fitness trackers, including FitBit. In addition, Amazon.ae is offering 60% off on a wide range of perfumes, makeup and beauty.
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