Freesky Discount Card - A New Initiative by Purchasekaro Offers Discounts on Everything from Online Ecommerce to Local Stores
Thursday, 15 September 2016 Imagine being able to *use one magic discount card at all places*, be it online shopping, restaurants, phone recharge, mutlibrand retail shopping stores, or just to buy bread and butter from your local kirana stores. Well, *Purchasekaro*, an ecommerce *startup from Vadodara* is bringing the idea into reality through its new discount card initiative *'Freesky'*. The Freesky card currently provides discounts to their customers on purchases at Local stores, discounts on all products/services on the Purchasekaro.com website, other online websites as well as cash voucher discounts on National Brands.
*Freesky Discount Card*
Unlike other coupon codes, The Freesky discount cards do not come with one time use and can be used unlimited times at affiliated local stores on any products or online websites by users. Users can *get flat 10% OFF on gift vouchers* of more than 70 retail brands (*Big Bazzar, Baskin Robins, Bata, Apollo Pharmacy, BookMyShow* just to name a few).
"While we observed the trend that discounts in form of coupon codes is implemented by nearly all ecommerce companies, only a few physical multi brand retail stores offer discounts and that too in cash back model. Our goal through Freesky discount card is to bring the concept of organised discounts to offline market of daily essential commodities and FMCG products purchases as well as to integrate the online and offline shopping discounts through just one platform, thus providing more value for customers across products and service categories. The current range of products/services covered by Freesky covers nearly everything from online shopping merchandise, travel services to bread and butter at your local shops.", says *Mr. Yax Sheth, CEO & Co-Founder of Purchasekaro.com & Freesky*
The product which has been launched just one month back through its website freesky.in has managed to get *600+ local shops affiliated across the state of Gujarat,* has more than *70 brands nationwide* for cash voucher discounts and is already a part of corporate employee discount benefit initiatives with some well known companies.
"For its local stores discounts, Freesky is planning to launch in more than 500 cities pan India and more than 50,000 affiliated local stores. The company is aiming at least 3 lakh Freesky active users by the end of this financial year.", says *Mr. Harsh Mehta, COO & Director of Purchasekaro.com & Freesky,* regarding the company growth plans.
Owned by TYMK group and Started as an online shopping marketplace by 5 founders Yogi Thakkar, Yax Sheth, Kevat Mody, Siddharth Joshi, Harsh Mehta, the online ecommerce platform has expanded to a unique concept of 'providing everything under one roof'. The website provides a gamut of services in Online shopping, Mobile recharge, DTH recharge, Bus bookings, Hotel bookings, Flight bookings, Bill payments and Health checkups. The company celebrated India's first 100% cash back day on 18th May 2015. It is one of very few E-commerce websites in India which is bootstrapped and is still running profitable. Right now the website has customers in more than 150 cities across India and has experienced a phenomenal 20x MoM growth in last 6 months. Banking on Freesky discount card, the company is expecting the growth figures to reach by 200 million till the end of financial year.
*For more information,* please visit www.purchasekaro.com .
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