Financial Times Classified at your finger tips


What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you want to buy a new car or rent an apartment? Do you search week after week for that perfect advertisement describing your dream car? Now you can sit in the comfort of your home and get all the information on the best deals in town through one website, because everyone’s favourite Sunday classified newspaper HitAd is online for auto, lodging, housing and entertainment needs.

The complete e-Kiosk allows users to buy and sell products and services while guaranteeing worldwide exposure for all products listed on the site. is a fully fledged online system where userscan locate absolutely anything from Automobiles, House and Property, Leisure, Tours and Travels, Health and Beauty, Computers, Phones, Electronics to Home Appliances and much much more.

For an additional Rs.100 per online advertisement, vendors can now list their products both on as well as the HitAd weekly supplement with no monthly fee involved. Vendors can also upload multiple images of the product/services to be sold for the same Rs.100. It offers worldwide exposure for products/services while ensuring a complete user-friendly experience with additional pictures and detailed descriptions. The payment system allows vendors to make easy online payments, reducing the burden of filling forms and long queues.

A user is able to compare items side-by-side to assess the condition of the items and the price. gives insight into the real market value of most types of goods sold on the website.

Comprehensive search options allow users to quickly find what they are looking for. Being the first of its kind in Sri Lanka, will undoubtedly capture the attention of Lankan shoppers through virtual shopping which guarantees effortless, hassle-free inspection of all available products.

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