Chinese online retailer has prepared for the annual mass sale in the country, timed to coincide with singles Day, November 11, a lifetime supply of alcohol. About it writes The Guardian.
The online store offers to purchase a “perpetual” supply of alcoholic beverages for 11,111 thousand yuan (about $1700).
The first 33 of the client who will buy a lifetime supply of drinks, will get 12 bottles Bizzy (Chinese vodka made from rice or sorghum) every month until the end of life. After the death of the buyer the right to alcohol for another five years will go to members of his family.
Service and frequent alcohol exists in China, but the average price is nine times more expensive.
Traditionally, November 11, in China kicks off largest sale in the world, the local equivalent of “black Friday” in the United States and Europe. In 2016, only for the first five minutes of online sales on Alibaba had spent $1 billion.