Rediff Announces 2015 Year End Happiness Sale
Mumbai, India, – Rediff.com India Pvt. Ltd (NASDAQ: REDF) (“Rediff” or “the Company”), an India-based internet company which delivers digital content and ecommerce marketplace services, has announced the “Year End Happiness Sale”.
Users coming to Rediff.com to consume news content and communication services can avail of online shopping discounts on its marketplace across a variety of categories such as ethnic and western apparels for men and women, accessories, gadgets, jewellery, kitchen and home essentials, as well as toys from top brands. The sale will be held between the 9th and 16th December 2015.
The online marketplace offers a range of innovative products including electric bikes and cycles and free shipping available on over 90 lakh books and 20 lakh products.
“With the holiday season, Christmas and the New Year around the corner, this is our biggest online shopping sale of the year. To cater to user demand we have ramped up our delivery system enabling delivery to over 29,000 PIN codes across the country,” said Vivek Sharma, Vice President, Rediff.com India Ltd.
Rediff also has introduced an exciting promotion for the Non-Resident Indian (“NRI”) audience. This year, Rediff’s platform allows for the purchase of gifts and gift vouchers for NRI family and friends currently living in India. The online shopping company offers gift coupons and experience vouchers from brands like Shoppers Stop, Lifestyle, Pizza Hut and more. Visit rosf.rediff.com/year-end-happiness-sale to explore the products and deals offered for the year-end sale.
Rediff.com (NASDAQ: REDF) is an India-based internet company which delivers digital content and ecommerce marketplace services. Founded in 1996, Rediff.com is headquartered in Mumbai, India with offices in New Delhi, India and New York, USA. For additional information, please visit our website http://investor.rediff.com.
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For further details contact:
Rediff.com India Ltd.
Tel.: +91-22-6182 0000 Extn. 138
Philip Carlson and Elizabeth Barker
KCSA Strategic Communications