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‘Katath Subha Arpico’ for this Avurudu season

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The retail giant of Sri Lanka has a host of gifts and gift vouchers for purchases above Rs. 5,000 to celebrate Avurudu to the fullest.

As the time of celebration for all Sri Lankans, fast approaches, Arpico invites all to celebrate Avurudu to the fullest. The retail chain offers the best of Avurudu to its customers coupled with of course gifts that make ‘everyone a winner’.

The outlets island wide have been decorated to showcase the splendour of Avurudu in colours of the brightest red, yellow and orange along with the tastiest Avurudu treats. Complementing this are the seasonal discounts, special offers and Avurudu events held at various outlets. 

The flag ship store, Hyde Park will have a ‘gami-gedara’ with the decorations commencing at the main entrance and encompassing the entire store as well as the spacious car park. 

In true Avurudu spirit, Arpico makes sure that everyone is a winner, where families purchasing above a bill value of Rs. 5,000 will receive a daily essential and families purchasing above a bill value Rs. 10,000 will receive gift vouchers, with just five of the nominated brands between 1 to 30 April. 

The nominated brands for the promotion include Sensodyne, Horlicks, Aer, Stella, Comfort, Sunlight, Maggi, Natures Secret, Misumi, Panda Baby, Acnes, Marina Oil, Marina Spreads, Marina Coconut Milk Powder, Munchee, Ritzbury, St. Clairs, Todlo, Maliban Yahaposha, Kumarika, Kelloggs, Heinz and Happy Cow. 

The Avurudu season is a time in which Sri Lankan households, make new their homes. Arpico as a foremost retailer makes this their priority too providing everything under one roof. Seasonal discounts of up to 25% for over 300 products makes the Avurudu shopping a treat. The Arpico Privilege customers get a further 35% off on the discounted products.

Attractive discounts from banks such as NTB, Seylan, DFCC, Union Bank as well as HNB particularly for fresh products further incentivise the Avurudu shopping experience. Additionally, instalment plans are available for electronic appliances and furniture from Union and Pan Asia Banks. Arpico goes one step further this Avurudu as they tie up with NTB to present customers a 5kg rice bag of customer’s choice for bills of over Rs. 5,000.

The best of Avurudu treats are available at all of the supermarkets to adorn any Avurudu table. Avurudu décor and household items are also available in the supermarkets to make Arpico the one stop Avurudu shopping experience. 

The Arpico retail chain proudly supports 25 Arpico Supercentres and Superstores, 12 Showrooms and 26 Arpico Daily’s. The Arpico Supercentres represent the brand the most with their impressive structures, extensive parking, banking facilities, bill payment facilities, lifestyle needs as well as the widest range of products, with the promise to customers in being the most convenient shopping destination of the country. 

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