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Great offers in BigDeals.lk for household appliances and electronics


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Online shopping has become increasingly popular in Sri Lanka over the past decade due to its easy accessibility and inexpensive prices. Yet, fake products, high delivery charges, and unsafe paywalls are prevalent issues associated with local e-commerce websites, which in turn invoke customers’ stress and agitation. 

BigDeals.lk, Sri Lanka’s only online deals store for household appliances and electronics, resolves all these issues by providing thegreatest offers, the most secure online payment methods, and the lowest island wide delivery rates in the country.

If you are looking for the best deal on a specific product, then BigDeals is the perfect choice. With incredible discounts ranging from 20% to even 60%, BigDeals allows you to save more on your purchases. You can also enjoy amazing credit card offers as BigDeals is the only online shopping site to provide up to 48 months’ 0% payment schemes from leading banks without any hidden charges or interest. 

Plus, BigDeals accepts any credit, debit, and master card payment as well as fund transfers and bank deposits, whilst providing an encrypted online payment gateway that makes purchasing your products highly safe and secure.

When you are concerned about using a credit card to make purchases on BigDeals, you can utilise the Call2Buy option by contacting 011 5 008 008.

On BigDeals, you can conveniently browse through discounts for more than 1000 products ranging from washing machines and refrigerators to smartphones and smart TVs. This is due to the fact that the website includes an easy-to-use web navigation bar that generates a drop-down menu when you click on it, which enables you to choose your preferred product category. Once you go to the product category webpage, you will have the power to pick and choose an offer that suits your budget from a diverse variety of promotions.

Also, the website’s upcoming major revamp, which will make BigDeals on par with global online malls like Amazon, will host a vast reach of leading world-renowned international brands, providing an enhanced online shopping experience for consumers.

BigDeals does not provide just irresistible promotional offers. Each product currently available on the site is backed by unparalleled warranty periods up to three years and efficient after-sales services. Also, every home appliance and electronic sold by BigDeals is attained directly from authorised retailers for the world’s best brands across Sri Lanka. So you can shop blissfully without worrying about whether the products are genuine or not.

Further, BigDeals’ fast delivery makes waiting for your purchases to arrive a more relaxing experience. 

By collaborating with ABS Courier, a reputed domestic courier that is a part of the Abans Group, BigDeals ensures that your products are delivered to you in a timely, secure manner. In addition, BigDeals presents consumers with the lowest delivery charges possible. For example, you just have to pay only Rs. 150 for any items below one kg to be delivered across the island.


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