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Big Bazar's unique offer in Vizag

Staff Reporter

One can take anything old and get something new

VISAKHAPATNAM: Big Bazar here has announced a "unique'' offer, "Bring anything old and take something new!'' In the offer on from Saturday, one can take anything old and get something new.

Exchange

In exchange for the old "raddi'' like newspapers, old clothes or an old toilet seat, customers will be given coupons based on the rate fixed by the Big Bazar in advance.

The customer has to shop for four times the value of the coupon before the due date, redeeming it against apparel, plastics, utensils, linen, luggage, footwear, toys, furniture, etc.

Price fixed

Big Bazar has fixed the price per kg of old material like clothes (Rs.200), newspapers (Rs.25), platics/utensils/leather goods (Rs.75), footwear/luggage (Rs.100), PET/beer bottles (Rs.15), tyres (Rs.50) and furniture (Rs.75). "The offer is one more initiative in adding value.

Good value

It will help the housewife clear out the junk and get good value for it,'' says Sanjeev Agarwal, president (Marketing), Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd.

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