As part of the Valentine’s day celebrations, Sennheiser is offering free dinner for couples across 70 selected restaurants in India for customers who purchase headphones above Rs. 5,000 during the offer period.
The offer is only valid if you buy products via the official online shopping portal (shop.sennheiserindia.com) between February 4 to 14. The voucher should be redeemed within 10 days from the date of issue and will be valid only for the select restaurants as intimated by the company.
Announcing the limited period offer, Kapil Gulati, Director, Consumer Segment, Sennheiser disclosed that the company is committed to offering customers an opportunity to celebrate not only the season of love but also every occasion.
The company is mainly targeting those couples who would like to shift their focus from the ordinary gifts and invest in the perfect sound experience. Towards the end of the offer period, Sennheiser is anticipating a significant number of new users to join the sounding club, adds Gulati.
Also, Pind Balluchi and Moti Mahal, Brew Master, Knight, Knight Rider and Castle 9 also offer free dinner date for customers in New Delhi.
While Pebbles, Golconda Bowl and Sky Loung bar cover Mumbai customers, Pune-based couples can enjoy dinner within 10 days of the receipt of the voucher at Post 91, CopaCabana and Swatiko restaurants.
Coming to South India, Banjara, Gold Finch Hotel and Purple Haze provide free dinner date for Bangalore based customers of Sennheiser headphones. Moreover, the company has also extended the free dinner date offer for customers in Hyderabad, Chennai, Jaipur, Ludhiana and Chandigarh.
To redeem the offer, eligible couples with a valid ID proof, needs to walk-in to the nearest restaurant, which will be communicated well in advance over the telephone. The support staff works in close contact with the customer to schedule date and time.
According to official sources, a table will also be booked for the client before the visit and details of the meal will be shared with the customer. However, you will be required to pay if you place an order for a meal which is higher than what is offered by the company. Moreover, the offer is not applicable to home deliveries.