Sony Brand Day sales at Daraz Online Shopping

Daraz, Nepal’s biggest online shopping destination, has announced another edition of Brand Day powered by Sony on Friday.

Starting from midnight until 23:59 on March 15, shoppers can grab specially curated offers of Sony at Daraz. Consumers can get discounts of up to 52 per cent with the minimum discount starting from 33 per cent on Sony phones, as well as up to 37 per cent discount on select Smart TVs including vouchers worth Rs 5,000. Consumers can also enjoy 27 per cent off and freebies worth up to Rs 17,000 on select camera models, and freebies worth up to Rs 16,000 with PlayStations.

There’s more with discounts of up to 23 per cent on storage devices and up to 80 per cent discount on select accessories.

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