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Daraz Mobile Week is live now: Shake your app to get discount vouchers

Written by Sajeel Syed ·  1 min read >

Daraz has just kicked off its fourth annual Mobile Week – the biggest sale on mobile phones and electronic products. This year, the sale event is bringing customers a large variety of mobile phones to explore – from budget-friendly options to mid-range and premium models, there’s bound to be something for everyone. Additionally, accessories from Mi, Honor, Anker, and Samsung will be available at lowered prices. While the last three editions of Mobile Week has focused solely on smartphones and accessories, this year the scope of the sale has been extended to include large electronic appliances as well.

Shopping on Daraz is a fun experience and with the latest features, customers can find even greater discounts.

The Shake Shake feature on the Daraz app allows users to collect vouchers by simply shaking their phones. The cue for customers to shake their app for an opportunity to win the vouchers is the appearance of Daz – the company’s mascot – on the app screen. Once the voucher is collected, it is automatically applied to the customer’s cart.

During Mobile Week, there will be two 14-hour and 7 1-hour Shake Shake sessions on the Daraz app. Take note of them in the image below and be sure to log onto your Daraz app at the specified times.

All vouchers collected during Shake Shake sessions are collectible vouchers. This means that are applied automatically without customers having to remember and search for voucher codes. These vouchers are also stackable so that multiple collectible vouchers can be used on one cart – the more you collect the bigger the discount gets!  

With Mobile Week now live on the Daraz app and all the exciting ways in which discounts can be availed, its the best time for anyone to shop and buy the latest electronics and smartphones they’ve been wanting to get their hands on!

The article has been produced in collaboration with Daraz.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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