Sky Jewellery has announced special promotions to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights.
Among other benefits, the retailer is giving customers the chance to win a Mercedes-Benz A-Class and 25 gold bars. Buyers will get one raffle coupon for every purchase of gold jewellery worth QR500 and two coupons for diamond ornaments of the same amount.
Customers will also get a free gold coin for every jewellery purchase of QR1,000 as well as a free 1gm gold coin for buying gold ornaments worth QR8,000 during Dhanteras and Diwali, the retailer has said in a statement.
Besides, gold coins of all denominations come without any making charges, while gold exchanges do not have any deductions and full value is assured on all old gold transactions, the statement adds.
There is also an exclusive provision to book Diwali jewellery for a 10% advance. By pre-booking their Diwali jewellery, customers can avail of further benefits such as the lowest gold rate for their favourite designs. They will also get an instant free gift pack at the time of advance booking as well as a free gold coin on purchases.
Every showroom will also have exclusive fast-track counters, which will allow customers to finish their purchases in a hassle-free manner within five minutes, said Babu John, managing director of Sky Jewellery.
Further, customers can enjoy festive discounts along with free 2gm gold coins on every diamond jewellery purchase worth QR2,500 and free 12gm gold on diamond purchases worth QR10,000. All exclusive Diwali diamond designs will also come with an instant 10% cash-back.
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