Amazon launches massive Ramadan sale from February 27 until March 8

Asma Ahmed - | Technology

Amazon.ae is set to kick off its upcoming Ramadan Sale event, commencing on February 27 for Prime members and February 28 for all customers, and lasting until March 8.

During this period, shoppers can expect to find a plethora of deals across various categories, with discounts reaching up to 50 percent off. The sale will encompass a wide range of products, catering to diverse consumer needs.

Among the highlighted offers are discounts of up to 70 percent on Amazon Fresh items, including fruits and vegetables, as well as savings of 42 percent on cooking essentials. Kitchenware from renowned brands like Black+Decker, Nespresso, Midea, and Nutrichef will see price cuts of up to 50 percent, 46 percent, 31 percent, and 17 percent, respectively.

Home appliances and electronics, including those from Samsung, Vivo, Lenovo, and Microsoft, will also be available at reduced prices, with discounts of up to 44 percent, 31 percent, 41 percent, and 33 percent.

Extra savings of up to 31% are available on IdeaPad gaming accessories, while savings of up to 68% and 33% are available on personal care goods.

Stefano Martinelli, Vice President of Amazon in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, expressed the company's commitment to providing customers with convenience and savings during the Ramadan season. He emphasized the importance of this time for the region and highlighted Amazon's efforts to facilitate customers' preparations for the occasion.

Prime members will enjoy exclusive early access to deals, along with complimentary domestic and international delivery on eligible items. Moreover, Prime customers in eligible areas can benefit from free two-hour delivery on Fresh grocery deals throughout the Ramadan Sale.

You may save an extra 48%, 43%, and 58% on Alexa, Echo, and Ring/Kindle devices, respectively. In addition, customers have the option to pay for their purchases over time using flexible payment plans like Buy-Now and Pay-Later, which allow them to spread out their payments over four equal installments without paying interest via Tabby.

Customers can access these deals via the Amazon app or website starting on February 27, with various payment methods accepted, including online credit/debit cards or gift cards.

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