Malabar Gold & Diamonds has unveiled its festive season offer, ‘A Gift of Gold’, giving customers the chance to win assured gold coins with gold and diamond jewellery purchases.
In Qatar, the offer will start tomorrow and continue until October 27.
The company has also unveiled the latest Festive Jewellery collection at special offer prices in gold, diamond and precious gem jewellery “featuring the most eye-catching and unique trends bound to captivate customers”, according to a press statement.
‘A Gift of Gold’ by Malabar Gold & Diamonds gives “unmatched chances” to customers to win gold coins with their gold and diamond jewellery purchases.
Customers can win a guaranteed gold coin or up to 50 gold coins instantly on the purchase of gold jewellery worth QR3,000 via ‘Scratch & Win’ coupons.
Adding to the above, customers also get a 2gm gold coin on diamond jewellery purchase of QR5,000 and a 1gm gold coin on the purchase of diamond jewellery worth QR3,000, the statement notes.
Also, customers have the opportunity to get protected from the increasing gold rate by paying 10% of the entire amount on their favourite gold jewellery.
This offer is valid until October 25, the leading jeweller has said.
Further, customers can avail of the zero deduction offer on 22K (GCC) gold jewellery exchange as well.
This offer, as well as the special prices offer, are valid at Malabar Gold & Diamonds outlets in Qatar until October 27.
The latest jewellery collection launched in celebration of the festive season includes both traditional and contemporary designs in 18K and 22K gold, diamond and precious gem jewellery.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds has incorporated these designs as part of various brands, namely Mine — Diamonds Unlimited, Era — Uncut Diamond Jewellery, Precia — Gem Jewellery, Divine- Indian Heritage Jewellery and Ethnix — Handcrafted Designer Jewellery.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds is the flagship company of Malabar Group, a leading and diversified Indian business conglomerate.
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