Asda Starts the Festivity Joy with Low Prices for this Diwali
The glorious season of autumn is upon us, with a distinctive but mild chill in the air. However the onset of the fall also signifies the beginning of the magnificent festival of lights, Diwali. With this year’s celebrations falling on the 23rd October, Asda joins in the festivity of the triumph of light over darkness, with Here and Now 365 spearheading the PR effort to spread the word about Asda’s Diwali specials.
With the festival of lights firmly placing family and food at its centre, there’s a ‘Mix & Match’ across Laila Atta 10kg and Trophy Long Grain Rice 5kg to 5 litres KTC Sunflower Oil or 1kg Desi Ghee – all at 2 for £8. No stomach will be left empty. Keep the children happy by taking advantage of the five-pack Pistachio or Almond flavoured Kulfi Ice at £2 each or the 5-pack, Shana Lacha or Onion Paratha at £1 each.
Signalling the start of the New Year and to offer thanks to the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, there will be plenty of fireworks let off, and families sharing sweets as part of the celebrations. So whether it’ll be sharing the uniquely delicious Ferrero Rocher collection boxes from £5 or a selection of fireworks from £20 there is everything you need for Diwali at Asda.
A regular shopper at the Asda store in Wembley, homemaker Sheetal Sharma said: “Food and shopping is an integral part of our Diwali celebrations and with the number of parties and festivities taking place, bills can really add up. Our day is really made up of the family and friends socialising, playing games and eating. So I’ve already taken advantage of the offers and bought the 20 pack vegetable samosas for 2 for £5, as well as the 1kg of bio yogurt at £1. Asda has become a one-stop-shop for everything my family and friends crave during the holiday, without breaking the bank.”
A vibrant, colourful, joyous celebration, with family and friends coming together to eat, head to your nearest Asda for your Diwali essentials.
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