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Myntra Right to Fashion Sale: Offers and discounts rain before Independence day, know date, timing and other details

August 8, 2017 11:30 AM
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Myntra Right to Fashion Sale: Offers and discounts rain before Independence day, know date, timing and other details

After Flipkart 'Big Freedom Day' sale and Amazon 'The Great Indian Sale', it is Myntra that will host the 'Right To Fashion' Sale which will start from August 12.

After Flipkart ‘Big Freedom Day’ sale and Amazon ‘The Great Indian Sale’, it is Myntra that will host the ‘Right To Fashion’ Sale which will start from August 12. In an interesting WhatsApp chat format, the online retailer has announced massive discounts on Popular brands like Nike, Puma, Tommy Hilfiger to name a few. So the consumers can buy their desired clothing, shoes, and other products at a massive discount. The sale on the e-commerce website will start at 12 am two days before Independence Day. Wait! that’s not all. The discount that Myntra is offering is upto 80 percent.

Also for Standard Chartered Bank and Yes Bank card users, there will be an extra 10 percent discount.

Big names like Vero Moda is offering count upto 50 percent whereas Forever 21 clothes and accessories would be available for 20 to 40 percent. If the customers have ever dreamt of having a wardrobe full of United Colour of Benetton (UCB) clothes and accessories then this is time to capitalize. UCB would be tagged for a discount of 40-60 percent.

The big names of Nike and Puma accessories would be up for grabs for a discount of up to 60 percent. American designer brand Tommy Hilfiger which famous for its polo t-shirts and formal shirts would be up for grab for a discount of up to 50 percent. Other brands that are up for sale are Mast and Harbour, Roadster, W and HRX would be made available at a Myntra bonanza.

The prices of all the brands will be revealed a day before the sale that is 11 August at 7 pm. The sale will end on August 15.

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Source: financialexpress.com

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