Amazon Great Indian Festival sale with ‘Never Before’ offers on smartphones coming soon

“The Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale will start early for Prime members”

Amazon has announced its annual Great Indian Festival sale is coming soon. The Amazon sale, ahead of the festive season in the country, aims to offer great deals and discounts on a range of products including smartphones, cameras, laptops, wearables, TVs, accessories, and electronics. While there are no sale dates yet, the Amazon Great Indian Festival page is already live on the e-commerce platform’s site and app. Prime members will have early access to the Amazon sale deals and SBI debit and credit card users will get an additional 10 percent discount on products.

The Amazon Great Indian Festival sale page is now live on the e-commerce platform.

The Amazon Great Indian Festival sale will also give special deals to consumers using the Amazon Pay platform. Shoppers will also get ‘Never Before Offers’ on the latest smartphones of 2019. Interested users will be able to purchase some of the latest handsets including Mi A3, OnePlus 7 series, and Galaxy M-series with the lowest prices, exchange offers, no-cost EMI options and more. There will be “exciting” Amazon launches and great deals on protection plans and accessories as well. Laptops, cameras, wearables, headphones, and other accessories are said to be on ‘Rock Bottom Prices’ during the Amazon sale.

TVs and other electronics appliances may see big discounts too. Customers will also be able to purchase new devices in lieu of their old ones and with benefits such as no-cost EMIs, scheduled delivery, and easy installations. In addition to this, the Amazon sale will include offers and discounts on home and kitchen products, daily essentials, apparels, and Echo speakers, Kindle e-readers, and Fire TV sticks.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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