Valentine’s week Blinkit sale: Valentine’s week has started with Rose Day on Thursday. Blinkit, famous as a quick delivery platform (Blinkit) has shared interesting information related to ‘Rose Day’. It has been told in a social media post that the company has delivered more roses by 11 am today than it had delivered on Rose Day last year. This means that people are ordering roses online wholeheartedly for their loved ones.
Blinkit CEO Albinder Dhindsa wrote in a post on ‘X’, ‘Great start to Valentine’s Week! It’s 11 a.m. and we’ve already sold more roses than Rose Day will do in 2023. Our analysts are telling me that we will see more peak in the evening.
Mad start to Valentine's week!
It’s just 11am and we've already sold more roses than we did on Rose day in 2023. And our analysts are telling me that there will be a bigger peak in the evening 🤯 pic.twitter.com/EIsD87qhTw
— Albinder Dhindsa (@albinder) February 7, 2024
Dhindsa said that 20% of all orders today were for someone else. That is, delivered for others. He wrote, it feels good that we can help so many people in sending Valentine gifts today.
Albinder Dhindsa also informed that Blinkit sold more chocolates today compared to last year. It is noteworthy that Valentine’s Week starts from Rose Day on 7th February. It ends on 14 February. During this time, days like Propose Day, Teddy Day, Chocolate Day, Promise Day, Hug Day and Kiss Day are also celebrated. Rose is seen as a symbol of love.