Amazon Sale: Sale will start again from October 21, this way you can avail up to 40% discount

Oct 19 2019 05:56 PM
Amazon Sale: Sale will start again from October 21, this way you can avail up to 40% discount

Amazon Great Indian Festival has knocked once again to benefit Indian customers. The company has announced that this sale will start from October 21 and will run till October 25. In this, users can avail great discounts and attractive offers in every category. In the sale that starts on the occasion of Diwali, you will get many best options for shopping. It can be bought from OnePlus 7T to Samsung M30s with many offers in the sale. Apart from this, discount offers are also being offered on smartphones. 

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Talking about the offers on the smartphone in this great sale, you will get an exchange offer and a discount of up to 40%, along with the No Cost EMI option here. With this, the facility of free screen replacement is also being given on the purchase of a smartphone. In this sale, you can avail other offers at a discount on the smartphones of popular brands Apple, Xiaomi, OnePlus and Samsung. This sale will start on October 21 at 11:59 pm and will run till October 25. At the same time, this sale for Prime Members is going to start a day before i.e. on October 20 at 12 noon.

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If you want to buy a smartphone during this sale, then you will get great No Cost EMI and exchange offer on Samsung M30s, Vivo U10 and Redmi Note 8 series in addition to the recently launched OnePlus 7T, after which you can compare the phone to its current price. You can buy at a very low price. Along with this, you will also get mobile accessories at an initial price of Rs 49. Apart from this, in the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale, you can get an instant discount of 10% on the payment by credit and debit card of Axis Bank and Citi Bank at the time of purchase.

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