5 Most Affordable Shopping Places In Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Shopping is one of the best therapies that relax your mind and body in an instant. But what happens when you are running low on cash and you still want to go shopping?

5 most affordable places in Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Shopping is one of the best therapies that relax your mind and body in an instant. But what happens when you are running low on cash and you still want to go shopping? Isn’t it saddening? Yes, we feel that way too, however, we didn’t just sit idly and brood over it. What we did instead was to search for places where we can spend our money without giving in to the thoughts yar paise bohat lag gaye hain, paise waste ho gaye hain, ohooo bohat mehngai hogaye hai. Because these places sell things at a price that is affordable for all. You definitely need to check out the 5 most affordable shopping places in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Chase Value Center

If you are looking for a place where you can buy a variety of things from crockery to clothing, you’ll find it here. Moreover, the prices are pocket-friendly. Chase Value is in business since 2009. You might have heard people talking chase se liya hai tou wo chase ye hi hai. Chase value offers customers a variety of products under the same roof. It is known to have more than 200 categories with more than 8000 products. If you are running low on cash but you still want to buy stuff then chase value is where you must go. Chase value is located in the Amazon Mall, NH 5, Sector A DHA Phase II, Islamabad.

City Centre

City Centre is one of the top-ranking malls in Rawalpindi. It offers some high-quality products at cheap prices. Moreover, some products don’t have fixed prices so, the rest you know what to do. From readymade to unstitched clothes, almost everything is available here. It doesn’t just offer a variety in women’s clothing but men’s products are also found in abundance. So, yes you can take your whole family to the city centre and you can shop there within the budget. If you want to visit the mall you’ll find it on Bank Rd, Saddar, Rawalpindi.

Commercial Market

Commercial Market is one of the biggest markets of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Even if you like to do window shopping then you must visit the commercial market. You can buy clothes, shoes, jewelry, mobiles, crockery, footwear, and whatnot. Even there are many restaurants too. So, when you feel tired of shopping women never do but if you feel hungry then there are many good reasonable places where you can eat and then, of course, you can carry on with your shopping. But trust us when we say you’ll everything here that too in reasonable price. Month ka end chal raha hai aur paise nahien hain mehngay kapray lene kay liye tau abhi jaien commercial market you’ll not be disappointed. The commercial market is located in Block B Satellite Town, Rawalpindi.

Panorama Centre

Panorama Shopping Center is located at Pindi Stadium Road, Rawalpindi. It is one of the places where you can shop at reasonable prices. An answer to all your worries related to shopping. Suppose you bought an outfit but also want matching shoes and accessories but it pains you even to think that now you have to look for other shops. But not anymore, the Panorama centre provides everything in one place. Now you don’t have to burn extra fuel to buy different things. You just need to look for shops which sell things best suited to your taste.

Tench Bhatta

Tench Bhatta is one of the oldest markets in Rawalpindi. It is one of the longest markets in Asia. Now just imagine being one of the longest markets what is there that Tench Bhatta doesn’t have. It has nearly everything at affordable prices. Note that it is one of the most crowded markets what do you think the reason is? Either everyone has won a lottery in a row or the prices are too low that you don’t have to think twice before buying something. If you don’t believe us then go check it yourself. You’ll be amazed for sure!

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Written by Shaheer Ahmed


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