Medlife, India’s largest e-health company in India with three business lines including pharmacy, diagnostics and e-consultation, is offering up to 30% discount on medicines as part of its Healthy Wealthy Sale. The sale is only valid from 16th to 18th October 2019 and Medlife is also giving out gold coins every hour to lucky winners.
The timings of the offer are from 10 am till 10 pm and Medlife customers can also save big on lab tests during the offer period and get a discount of about 75%.
One can also gift special health packages from Medlife to their near and dear ones during the festive season. The Healthy Dad & Healthy Mom health packages have been specifically curated keeping parental care in mind. To ensure optimum respiratory health for its customers during the festivities, Medlife has included some amazing discounts on pollution masks and immunity boosters. They are also offering travel kits and other essentials to address basic first aid and health care needs.
Meera Iyer, chief marketing officer, Medlife, said, Medlife has always believed in offering discounts and other offers to its customers. As a brand, our efforts have been directed at providing them with the best-quality and genuine medicines and other health essentials. This festive season, we encourage them to gift good health to their family and friends through our special packages on offer and also the discounts that we have for a limited period.
As a part of the sale, the company is also extending benefits and cashback through its partners including Paytm, Amazon Pay, PhonePe, PayPal, Ola Postpaid, Freecharge and Mobikwik. Medlife has a transparent inventory-led model and a steadfast conviction to sell drugs only against a valid doctors prescription.
Medlife operates its medicine delivery service through 40 fulfilment centers and 3 large regional hubs in 22 cities. Its USPs include a transparent inventory-led model and the steadfast conviction to sell drugs only against a valid doctors prescription. Medlife has one national and five regional laboratories and over 350 phlebotomists helping bring diagnostics to patients homes. It has also launched its e-consultation service after acquiring Eclinic247 last year.