Amazon Great Indian Festival sale dates will start on September 29th

Amazon Great Indian festival sale

“For Amazon Prime members, the Great Indian Festival sale 2019 starts from September 28th, 12 pm onwards”

Amazon’s forthcoming Grand Indian Festival Sale 2019 will kickstart from the midnight of September 29th and run until October 4th. Prime members will get early access to the sale, starting 12pm September 28th onwards. For the Great Indian Festival Sale 2019, Amazon has partnered with SBI and is offering 10 percent instant discount to customers paying with the bank’s debit and credit cards. The e-commerce platform is also running special ‘Festive Cashback Offers’ – a first of its kind – during the sale. Apart from these, there will be no-cost EMI option on debit cards, finance powered by Bajaj Finserv, exchange offers, and more.

Amazon is yet to reveal deals and offers on various products, but it’s giving customers a chance to collect coupons up to Rs 900 worth by visiting the Great India Festival event page. As we already know, the Great Indian Festival sale, shoppers will get ‘Never Before Offers’ on the latest smartphones of 2019. The sale will also have new launches OnePlus TV, OnePlus 7T series, Fossil Gen 5, and other products from Samsung, Solimo, and more available for purchase.

Amazon, meanwhile, has also announced FestiveYatra in India. The ‘yatra’ is said to cover over 6,000 km across 13 cities, taking a unique selection directly to customers across the country to engage and understand the pulse of India. The company has partnered with Tata Motors with three Tata Signa trucks to engaging with customers and sellers in Agra, Chennai, Indore, Kolkata, Kochi, Mathura, Mumbai and Visakhapatnam. The Amazon Festive Yatra will start from New Delhi and move to Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad, before ending its trip in Bengaluru.

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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