Now, Dasara is over and Diwali is around the corner. Diwali in India is associated with lots of spending, not only self, but for dear and near ones.
The Internet is full of discount offers for Diwali. The consumers are spoilt for choice.
There are a variety of eCommerce sites, for eg: flipkart, eBay, homeshop18, infibeam, indianplaza, dholdhamaka, indiangiftsportal, mallmasti, buycheapindia, snapdeal.com, naaptol, amazon, junglee, myntra, etc
Discount Coupons can be found on: couponzguru, ohmygod, etc
In case you wish to compare similar items across eCommerce sites, you can visit @ compareindia
Tip No 1: Inform your credit card company that you are planning to spend heavily on eCommerce sites. This is to ensure, that your payment request is not declined.
Tip No 2: Inform your debit card bank that you are planning to spend heavily on eCommerce sites. This is to ensure, that your payment request is not declined.
Tip No 3: Spend only up to 75% of credit card limits. Yes, save for emergencies.
Tip No 4: Spend only up to 75% of bank balance. Yes, save for emergencies.
Tip No 5: Avoid impulse buying. Come back the 2nd time, review and then only purchase.
Tip No 6: Visit online NGOs and donate too.
Tip No 7: Keep your apartments’/offices’ security guard that you are expecting huge parcels.
Tip No 8: Enjoy shopping, do not make a fuss.
Tip No 9: As soon you receive the products, verify and ensure that they are same as you ordered. Otherwise, immediately opt for a replacement, as Diwali is not far-a-away