Carrefour Marks ‘11 SaalkaSaath’in Pakistanwith a Host of Opportunities to Win and Save Cash

Carrefour Marks ‘11 Saal ka Saath’ in Pakistanwith a Host of Opportunities to Win and Save Cash

As part of the anniversary, customers can enter a grand prize draw to win a Honda City, plus more than 10,000 other prizes

Prices will also be slashed by 50% on selected products

Special offers will be valid from11 to 31 December 2020

Lahore,December 10, 2020:Carrefour, owned and operated byMajid Al Futtaim in Pakistan, isrejoicingits 11 years’in Pakistan with the launch of a special ’11 SaalkaSaath’ promotion. Recognizing and rewarding the loyalty of customersover these years, the campaign sees the arrival of a special 21-day long shopping extravaganza, wherecustomers are encouraged toshop and win a host of exciting prizes, engage in rewarding in-store games, and enjoy major discounts and offers on selected items.

True to Carrefour Pakistan’s commitment tobeing from the region, for the region, more than 10,000 prizes will be waiting to be won including LEDs, mobile phones and motorbikes. Meanwhile, the generous50 percentdiscount will apply to a variety of in-demand products across groceries, electronics, home appliances, health and beauty, and many more.

All deals and discounts will be available at Carrefour stores in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Faisalabad, from 11 December until 31 December, 2020. One lucky winner will also drive away inthe grand prize of Honda City at the promotion’s close.

Throughout the campaign, Carrefour will continue to observe strict COVID procedures across its stores network to preserve the health and wellbeing of customers and colleagues. To avail these unmissable offers online, customers can download the Carrefour app from the Google Play store and Apple’s App Store platforms for mobile shopping. Alternatively, customers can visit for the chance to shop and win big.

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