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Daraz Gyara Gyara: How to pay for your order

Daraz Gyara Gyara – the biggest sale of the year – is only a few days away! With 8 million deals, discounts worth Rs 50 crore and lots of free prizes on offer, you need to make sure you know how to make the most of the sale and all the different payment options you have during the sale!

The first thing to do is make sure you download the Daraz app on your phone and create an account. Next, ensure that your details – bank cards, shipping address, billing address – is also entered and saved on the Daraz app! Once the flash sales start, you’ll only have a few minutes to grab the products you want – don’t waste them looking for your bank card! Also make sure your Daraz Wallet is activated and loaded!

Why should you pay with a bank card?

While Daraz offers customers the option to pay cash on delivery, the platform has partnered up with Meezan Bank and Habib Bank to bring customers additional discounts. Not to mention, paying digitally saves you the hassle of making sure you have enough cash – and the exact amount – when your products get delivered to your doorstep! You can also pay with EasyPaisa Wallet to avail further price reductions.

But what’s the smartest way to pay on the Daraz app?

The Daraz Wallet. Paying through the Daraz Wallet means you get to enjoy exclusive bonuses, faster checkout (think flash sales and mega deals) and instant refunds should you wish to return your product.

For the 11.11 sale, Daraz has also introduced cashback – so you’ll be getting some money back in your wallet when shopping for your favourite products! Just make sure to look out for products that have the cashback sticker on them! You can get up to Rs 1500 cashback and it will be deposited into your wallet within 2 working days!

Activate your Daraz Wallet now and load it up so you can start shopping as soon as the clock strikes midnight on November 11!

Remember, Daraz also launched Easy Monthly Installments earlier this year to make shopping on the app more affordable. EMI is applicable on products worth Rs 10,000 and above and there is zero markup.

Whether you choose to pay digitally or with cash upon delivery, there’s no need for you to worry about being scammed. Daraz’ purchase protection policy means that the platform shields all customers from any and all kinds of fraud. The platform has robust fraud-detection systems in place and is PCI DSS compliant.

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