Valentines Day: Deals & Offers. The entire shopping industry wants you to fall in love these days, and are offering a range of products such as flowers, chocolates, holidays and even dance classes to help you buy your valentine’s affection. Read more about the various deals & offers on the various products.
Usually, the week before 14th Feb is dedicated by online merchants to love and affection. Apparels, accessories, mobiles, tablets, electronics, soft toys, chocolates, flowers, food and entertainments services, travel services and accessories, are offered at best prices.
Here, you can find the best Valentine’s Day deals, discounts and coupons on a wide range of products and services from stores like Amazon India, Myntra, Jabong, Flipkart, eBay, Snapdeal and others.
Big players like Amazon and Flipkart bring to you some great offers.
you can get some cool discounts on various products. Let this Valentine Day mark a special day for you because we are bringing you never before seen deals and irresistible offers.
Browse through our vast selection of products and categories and get yourself great discounts on various items.
Checkout our Little ‘Love Store’ here…
A recent Valentine’s Day research shows that love enthusiasts spend billions of dollars on romance-related gifts like jewellery, cards, flowers and chocolates, all in the US alone! A casual look around, and you’ll see people flocking to buy things for their loved ones, as most outlets roll out the red carpet for them with exciting offers and best deals.`Loveonomics’ is setting the standard for lovers all over the world.
In fact, such is the demand for goods and services for lovers globally that even Recession hasn’t been able to cast a shadow on it. Love products are now being advertised with promises to make your bond stronger. You see precious metals like gold, diamond enticing people into a `love story of a lifetime’ from hoardings to TV and magazines.”
The perfect candlelight dinner at a high-end restaurant; expensive bouquets from boutique shops, customised cupcakes and chocolates boxes; bespoke suits and designer dresses; destination holiday packages exclusively for lovers… affection can be bought in today’s world as soon as you dole out the dough.
There are dance classes all over the country that are attracting couples with special packages to get their moves right and fall in love with each other all over again. Wait for this: there are even `love classes’ which train couples and singletons about the etiquettes of love, and help couples in relationship to get into an intimate mode. You could gift your lover a poem or personalised music. There are apps on love, dating, hooking up, and more.
The motto seems to be “if you love someone, you’ve got to show it”. That is why couples are becoming increasingly dependent on the Love Industry to help express the most basic human emotion. So what are you waiting for?
Inputs from timesofindia