E-commerce giants need an excuse to celebrate. To commemorate Children's Day big e-retailers such as Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal are not only giving huge discounts on products but running very interesting contests as well.
Flipkart has tied-up with Amar Chitra Katha(ACK) to run a 'guess the book contest' and with Hamleys for'toy story contest' on Facebook. You have to visit there Facebook page a leave your answers or stories as comments. Ten contestants with the best stories will receive a free Hamleys Toy from Flipkart. "Flipkart will also have dedicated store (micro-site) for children on November 14 and offer exciting deals across categories like books, toys ( minimum 20% off), apparel (min. 30% off), footwear (flat 50% off), DVDs (up to 60% off) and other products," informed a spokesperson from Flipkart.com.
Snapdeal , in association with Aviva Life Insurance are running a 'Big Dream' Contest and giving the kid's an opportunity to meet Sachin Tendulkar. To participate, parents simply have to visit Snapdeal.com and write a sentence about their child's dream profession and how they are planning for it. Aviva will select three entries and the parent and child will get to meet with Sachin. Additionally, 50 entries will win discount vouchers from Snapdeal.com.
"At Snapdeal.com, we are focusing on the kids' category as we have seen tremendous growth potential here. We are also focusing on offering kids a chance to fulfil their aspirations. In line with this, we are partnering with Aviva in their 'Big Dream Contest'. An opportunity to meet Sachin is no less than a life-changing experience for a child. We hope to see a tremendous response from Snapdeal.com users on this campaign," says Amit Maheshwari, Vice President, Fashion, Snapdeal.com.
Amazon too has a 'children's corner' that that categories gifting option for parents based on his/her talent or aspirationmusician, sports champ, fashion icon, photographer, painter, whiz kid, gamer kid and chef. There is up to 50% off on products ranging from toys, baby products, books, movies, clothing, shoes and watches for children from 0 to 12 years of age.
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