Q-Tickets has launched a free delivery service for groceries, food and medicines for all its clients in order to help combat Covid-19, the company has announced.
The ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ free service offers clients the benefit of food and medical essentials delivered to their doorstep without the need to download apps, browse, select items and then choose various payment methods, a press statement notes.
All customers have to do is place their orders by calling or sending a WhatsApp message to 33958126, or by emailing their needs to [email protected] Payment can be made on delivery with no service charge and the products will be delivered at market prices, with no extra cost.
Explaining the concept behind the ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ free delivery service, Bhaskar Bhatt, vice-president, Q-Tickets, said: “Over the years, Q-Tickets has been Qatar’s leading entertainment partner in movies, events, sports and leisure during good times.
“Today, during this coronavirus pandemic crisis, when your safety lies in staying at home, Q-Tickets has stepped up and taken the onus to help our customers by offering the ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ free delivery service of groceries, food and medical items.
“You can simply either call, WhatsApp or email us your requirements without the cumbersome need to download apps, select items and modes of payment.”
Bhatt further elaborated by reiterating, “Let me also assure you that our delivery team has been fully trained to follow strict hygiene guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Public Health. All our delivery personnel wear masks, gloves and diligently follow Covid-19 hygiene rules and regulations. Further, we will be at your service from 9am to 9pm daily, including weekends.”
“Q-Tickets is committed to serving the community, especially our loyal customers, and therefore, I am delighted to share that we are extending this service at 0% service charge and you can be assured to get your orders at market price. This is our humanitarian initiative of providing you with happiness and care, making sure that you stay home and stay safe,” he added.
Bhatt said Q-Tickets will be back, once regulations permit, with the usual dose of fun and entertainment.
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