Daraz Black Friday: Not just jaw dropping discounts but also a fulfilling experience

Published: November 20, 2015

Daraz.pk plans on revealing the crazy deals on their website on the day itself to keep the mystery alive and give customers the best shopping experience they can imagine.

Daraz.pk plans on revealing the crazy deals on their website on the day itself to keep the mystery alive and give customers the best shopping experience they can imagine.

Daraz.pk has partnered with Easypay as the official payment partner for Black Friday offering additional discounts of up to 25%.

Daraz.pk recently announced the launch of Black Friday, the mother of all sales around the globe, in Pakistan. Shoppers seem thrilled for what appears to be the biggest sale of the year in the country, where bargain hunters will be at the edge of their seats, starting 12 am on November 27, to grab the best deals at Daraz.pk.

There is no denying that an ecommerce revolution is taking place in Pakistan. This revolution only started a little while ago and is accelerating with blinding speed. And from where we see it, Daraz Black Friday will be an incredible demonstration for the world to witness the power of Pakistani consumption just like recently, China’s Single’s Day reflected a shift in their economy and spending habits.

Daraz.pk has been partnering with big companies in the past and for Black Friday the big names on board are PTCL, Ponds, Mediatek, InnJoo and Easypay as official payment partners, offering an additional (up to) 25% off on products to customers who pay via Easypay on Black Friday. You can be subscribed to any network provider to enjoy this discount – basically, everyone with a mobile-phone can, you’re not confined to any particular network. This discount will be on top of the (up to) 70% off on products you avail during the online sale on November 27.

While, of course, all other payment options are available for customers, from cash-on-delivery, swipe on delivery, online card payment, internet bank transfer (IBFT) and ATM; the process of paying via Easypay, to avail the additional discount of up to 25% off, is also very simple process. Once you’ve placed your order, select Easypay as your payment option and then complete the payment using VISA or MasterCard through the Easypay online portal, or by making the payment at the nearest Easypaisa retail outlets or by using your Telenor/Easypaisa mobile account.

The discounted prices will be displayed in the cart and not on the product pages. The levels of discount are bifurcated depending on the total cart value. Customers with a total cart value below PKR 15,000 can avail 20% discount on their purchase whereas customers with a total cart value above PKR 15,000 can avail 10% discounts on their purchase. The discounts are limited to products not exceeding PKR 100,000.

Those purchasing InnJoo, Infinix or Telenor phones on Daraz Black Friday will enjoy a flat 25% off on any model purchased when paying through Easypay. That’s exciting news as InnJoo will be launching three news phones Halo, Max 2 and Fire Plus besides its already available assortment on the website. Whereas Infinix will be launching Hot 2 – 1 GB version and offering a plethora of other exciting deals and freebies.

Be it on your desktop, laptop, mobile phone or Daraz.pk’s user-friendly mobile app, which is perfect for customers on the go, the fastest fingers will avail discounts up to 70% off on their favourite brands and products. Daraz.pk plans on revealing the crazy deals on their website on the day itself to keep the mystery alive and give customers the best shopping experience they can imagine starting midnight and all through the 24-hour marathon.

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Reader Comments (9)

  • Thug Life
    Nov 20, 2015 - 2:35PM

    So basically its an INJOO Friday. Didn’t expect this low from Daraz. 20% discount on cart value of below 15000 and 10% on > 15000. Where is the freaking 70% discount proposition? Recommend

  • SuperNeo
    Nov 20, 2015 - 6:23PM

    You every festival of west to find happiness in life and still abuse themRecommend

  • khan
    Nov 20, 2015 - 8:42PM

    In Pakistan FRIDAY is always “MUBARAK DAY”. So calling Friday black or Black Friday does not seem to be right. Daraz should move to USA so can celebrate whatever they want!!!Recommend

  • Marium
    Nov 20, 2015 - 10:40PM

    @ThugLife: Those are just discounts via Easypay. Daraz.pk plans on revealing the other deals on their website on the day itself to keep the mystery alive. I am hearing really good things about what’s coming our way on Black Friday. Recommend

  • salman
    Nov 21, 2015 - 12:32AM

    This site is making fool of us. Selling cheap items on sale. It shouldn’t be black Friday but rather black selling.Recommend

  • Thug Life
    Nov 21, 2015 - 8:09AM

    @Marium: Dude if you are a daraz employee then tell your bosses that this will either make or break your company and people wont take you serious from Nov 28 onward if you keep on manipulating figures like that. the equation you guys have posted on your website is in line with this article. we know you guys are keen to sell innjoo and infinix phones on the day but if you want to make the day sound like real black friday then you have to push it a long way through. cart value above this and that, one item should be an innjoo phone, pay through credit card for further discount bla bla, this aint black friday stuff, its just another ordinary day routine.Recommend

  • Hassan Y.
    Nov 22, 2015 - 1:13PM

    The concept of Black Friday should not be with so many asteriks**. To attract customers, minimum discount percentage should be announce so that people should actually look forward for this day. Giving special discounts on selected products doesn’t make sense as brands do at times come up with the concept of clearance sale or huge discount.
    I am disappointed to Daraz calling it a Black Friday instead of Mubarak Friday. Have to purchase a Split A/C, lets see how much discount i will end up getting compared with market price. Recommend

  • What?
    Nov 22, 2015 - 4:50PM

    I don’t want something called “Injoo” even if it’s free. Recommend

  • What?
    Nov 22, 2015 - 4:56PM

    We need to stop treating the word “black” as an insult, because you and I both know how the word is used: as an insult towards God’s own creation.Recommend

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