Leading jeweller Joyalukkas has announced a new promotion — Gold Fortune Offer — to mark the festive occasion of Akshaya Tritiya.
“Continuing the tradition of giving its patrons an opportunity to own their favourite jewellery and bring home prosperity, Joyalukkas has announced the Gold Fortune offer to celebrate Akshaya Tritiya,” the jeweller said in a statement.
Under ‘Gold Fortune’, patrons will be rewarded with free gold coins on the purchase of gold, polki, pearl and diamond jewellery.
A part of the all-new Joyalukkas Akshaya Tritiya 2019 collection was unveiled by Bollywood star Kajol Devgan in India.
The exclusive collection features a wide range of traditional and contemporary jewellery and is available across all Joyalukkas outlets around the world.
Joy Alukkas, chairman and MD of Joyalukkas Group, said during the unveiling of the Akshaya Tritiya collection: “Akshaya Tritiya is a very special day for us, as it gives us the opportunity to serve our patrons with good luck and fortune. Our exclusive Akshaya Tritiya collection signifies unparalleled craftsmanship and unique designs with the continued trust of Joyalukkas.”
Kajol, who is also a Joyalukkas brand ambassador, added: “I had the privilege of unveiling some of the auspicious Akshaya Tritiya collection at Joyalukkas and it was an absolute delight to see the exclusive designs first hand. At one glimpse, I felt like wanting to wear them all.”
During the Gold Fortune Offer period, customers will be rewarded with a free 1gm 22k gold coin on the purchase of diamond, polki and pearl jewellery.
Also, on the Akshaya Tritiya day, May 7, customers will enjoy a free 0.200gm 22k gold coin on the purchase on gold jewellery.
Jewellery lovers can also avail of the Joyalukkas pre-booking advantage to book for their favourite jewellery and beat the festive rush.
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