Amazon Great Indian Festival sale returns on October 13th: what we know so far

Amazon Great Indian Festival sale

“The Amazon sale brings 40 percent off on mobile phones, with the company claiming ‘irresistible deals on OnePlus 7T, Samsung Galaxy M30s, Vivo U10, etc”

The Amazon Great Indian Festival 2019 sale has been announced by the e-commerce giant yet again. The sale would kickstart on October 13th and will last until October 17th, while Prime users get exclusive early access on October 12th at 12pm. This announcement comes just a few days after the Great Indian Festival sale ended. The sale brings around 40 percent off on smartphones, up to 60 percent off on home appliances such as TVs, claims rock bottom prices on top consumer electronics and great deals on Echo and Alexa devices.

Apart from deals, Amazon is offering free screen replacement on a wide range of smartphones, exchange offers, No cost EMI and more. OnePlus 7T, Samsung M30s and Vivo U10 are said to be up for grabs with “irresistible offers.” Deals will apply to brands like Apple, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Samsung, Vivo, Honor, etc. It is offering over 6,000 deals on around 200 top brands including HP, Canon, boAT, Lenovo and more.

Amazon is also having offers on laptops, headphones, speakers, cameras, fitness trackers, and smartwatches. Amazon will be offering a special price on Echo Dot along with a free smart bulb and top offers on Echo Show 5, Fire TV Stick, the new Kindle, and more.

Amazon Great Indian Festival sale
Amazon is offering a 10 percent instant discount for ICICI Bank debit and credit cardholders

As a part of the sale, Amazon is offering a 10 percent instant discount for ICICI Bank debit and credit cardholders, no-cost EMIs on Bajaj FinServ card as well as debit cards, along with unlimited reward points on Amazon Pay ICICI Credit Card.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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