Viet Nam News
HCM CITY — Retailers have announced a slew of promotions during the long Liberation Day-May Day holidays.
Since they fall on a weekend, they have been moved to May 2 and 3, and supermarket chains Co.opmart and Co.opXtra expect sales to be 50-100 per cent higher than on normal days.
They have stocked up on essential and price-stabilised products and launched promotions, Võ Hoàng Anh, marketing director of Saigon Co.op, the owner of Co.opmart chain, said.
Co.opmart and Co.opXtra supermarkets are offering a buy-1-get-1-free deal and discounts of 50 per cent on thousands of items, including electrical kitchen appliances and utensils, fashion products, fresh and processed foods, and beverages.
In addition, for the first time Co.opFood has launched a meals package that customers can go to its stores and order for free home delivery.
Saigon Co.op joint ventures HTVCo.op, Sense City department stores in Cần Thơ and Bến Tre and SC VivoCity in HCM City are also running promotions.
French supermarket Big C has announced two promotions until May 2 with discounts of up to 49 per cent on more than 2,000 items, including fresh, dried and frozen foods, beer, beverages, clothes, cosmetics, and kitchen utensils.
Big C said it expects sales to rise sharply during the holiday and has double the normal stocks, especially of ready-to-eat foods, processed foods, meat, fish, bread, vegetables, fruits and beverages.
It will also increase home-delivery services and add more cashiers and security guards to ensure customers’ convenience and safety.
South Korean retailer Lotte Mart, which opened its 12th outlet in Gò Vấp District on Thursday, is offering attractive promotions at the new store.
Shoppers will also have the chance to win lucky draw prizes like a Honda Vision 11cc.
Metro, Satramart and other supermarkets are also set to run promotions as are major electronics stores like Thiên Hòa, Chợ Lớn, Phan Khang and Nguyễn Kim, who are offering big discounts on a range of products. — VNS