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India's leading online marketplace and shopping destination eBay will celebrate 12 years in India with the launch of #ThrowbackEditionsale, which will offer consumers deals from the past decades with up to 65 percent off on products across segments.
In addition, interesting offers such as 'Roz KeBaarah' (Top 12 Trending Deal of the Day) and 'Jab TakHaiBaraah' (Special deals ending with 12) have also been curated for consumers. The discounts and offers will be available on ebay.in till March 23, 2017.
With an aim to allow consumers relive their memories, eBay has also introduced an online gaming contest 'KaunBanega Champion.' over 5.6 million consumers on ebay.in with eBay registered ID are entitled to participate in the contest and will stand a chance to win a car, an Apple iPhone 7 Plus and several exciting discount offers ranging up to 50 percent off.
"On completion of 12 years in the Indian market, we felt the need to allow our consumers to reminisce the earlier times where shopping was a lot more fun and inexpensive. The #ThrowbackEdition sale will allow consumers to shop for their much-loved and desired products at unbelievable prices. Our consumer engagement initiative, 'KaunBanega Champion' will not only present the consumers with a chance to win exciting prizes but will also bring back memories of Indian television's most renowned game show," said director marketing, eBay India, Shivani Suri.
eBay offers consumers the option to make purchases via EMI through ICICI, Citibank and HDFC credit cards. All purchases are covered under the eBay Guarantee which ensures refund or replacement in case a consumer is unhappy with the purchase.
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