E-commerce websites are trying their level best to make everything sold offline available online. From books to furniture, clothes to makeup accessories, every product that you see in television advertisements are available for purchase online. This week, Snapdeal, Amazon, and Flipkart have added 3 more categories of products to their websites.
Flipkart, for the first time, has started selling two wheelers online. The bikes are listed under the automotive category of the shopping portal. The user is allowed to book a vehicle from a nearby dealer by entering a valid pin code. He can select a bike color of his choice. The user will have to pay Rs 3000 as a booking fee.
When a transaction is made from the Flipkart app, he will get free offers worth Rs 10000. Flipkart had started its eCommerce journey by selling books online. After 6/7 years of its incorporation, it is the 2nd largest shopping portal in India (Amazon is in the 1st position). Check the listing of bikes on Flipkart here.
Snapdeal is running a promotion campaign in partnership with pizza hut. You can get up to 50 percent discount on booking your favorite MAXX, Texas and Peruvian cheese pizzas. All you have to do is buy a 100 Rs voucher from Snapdeal after which the eCommerce portal will send you a text message soon after a transaction. The message will have a unique code that will be accepted at a nearby pizza hut outlet.
The deal is good because the money you had spent in buying a voucher will be discounted along with the offer. As this is an FMCG product, no refund will be provided in case you want to get your money back.
Snapdeal now sells homes, vehicles, Maggie noodles through its website. Now you will be able to buy a pizza online through it. Visit SnapDeal to buy one.
Amazon, a site that has a humongous listing of over 10 million products is now selling cow dungs. Cow dung cakes are used in some Hindu ceremonies and rituals. It is also used as an organic manure and an alternative to chemical fertilizer. They have a huge demand in cities.
Cow Dungs were first spotted online during Diwali on ShopClues. Later they appeared on eBay. Now Amazon is selling them for a price starting at 99 Rs.