Amazon begins month-long festival sale from Friday; know more on this here!

Daanish Anand | Oct 15, 2020, 03:19 PM IST

E Commerce companies Amazon and Flipkart are gearing up for their annual festive sales. With great discounts a few days away, both companies have started to unveil deals on various categories. Amazon will hold a month long festive sale for the first time, starting for Prime Members from 16th October and for others from 17th October. Source: @amazonIN

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Amazon is offering up to 40% off on smartphones and there are exchange offers up to Rs 6,000 and no cost EMI up to 12 months. There will be a sale of the latest Amazon Specials smartphones, OnePlus 8T, Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime & OPPO A15. OnePlus Nord available with a new colour variant this festive season. Source: @amazonIN

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While iPhone 11 will be available at Rs 47,999, there will be discount up to Rs 5,000 on OnePlus 8 series. Amazon is also offering up to 30% off on Vivo smartphones with an additional cashback up to Rs 4,000 on exchange. And up to Rs 23,000 off on OPPO smartphones with up to 12 months No cost EMI. Source: @amazonIN

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Amazon is offering up to 75% off on TVs & appliances with additional cashback, no-Cost EMI starting Rs 291/month, 1 Year Extended Warranty starting Rs 99, Total Protection Plan starting Rs 169 and 48-hour installation with safe, scheduled deliveries. Source: Reuters

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50 inches TVs will be available from Rs 18,999 and Smart TVs will be available from Rs 8,999. No Cost EMI on TVs starts at Rs 833. Source: @amazonIN

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Amazon is offering up to Rs 30,000 off on laptops and up to Rs 35,000 off on gaming laptops. The sale will also witness up to 80% off on fashion store across 50 lakh+ styles. Source: @amazonIN

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This time E Commerce companies are majorly focusing on clothing as well. Flipkart has partnered with more than 100 brands this festive season, to bring 2,000 fashion stores onto it's platform. This partnership will enable brands to showcase their available retail selection to near-by pincodes, helping customers get visibility to a wider selection and then delivered to them through Flipkart’s supply chain. Source: Twitter