Flipkart Big Billion Days sale 2019 kicks off: Offers on Samsung, Xiaomi, and other TVs

“The Flipkart Big Billion Days sale is offering deals on TVs, consumer durables, and home appliances on Day 1, with mobile phone deals set to go live on Day 2″

The Flipkart Big Billion Days sale, one of the most highly anticipated festival sale of the year, is here now. The sale by Walmart-backed e-commerce platform starts at midnight on September 29th and will get over by October 4th for all customers. Flipkart Plus members can access the benefits of the sale from 8 pm, September 28th. Throughout the six-day Big Billion Day sale period, Flipkart will be offering big price drops on popular products – including smartphones, smart TVs, laptops, cameras, accessories, and home appliances. Axis and ICICI credit or debit cardholders can avail 10 percent (up to Rs 10,000) instant discount on all these devices. While the sale of smartphones and accessories won’t start until 12am on September 30th (8pm, September 29th for Plus members) customers can avail exciting deals and discounts on smart TVs starting today.

Here are the best deals on smart TVs:

The Samsung Frame TV has received a whopping discount of Rs 35,000 during the Flipkart Big Billion Day sale. The flagship smart TV with QLED panel will be up for grabs at Rs 84,990 instead of Rs 1,19,999. This makes Samsung Frame TV a better deal than most other premium TVs available in the segment, including OnePlus TV. To put things in perspective, the former comes with a border-less 55-inch QLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and supports major streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube and Hotstar. The OnePlus TV that was recently launched in India at a starting price of Rs 69,900 has 60Hz refresh rate QLED display and lacks Netflix and Hotstar support out of the box.

Grab The Deal

If you’re here for the budget smart TVs, then Thomson has got you covered. The France-based electronics giant has slashed the prices of its smart TVs, including the Android-powered ones, and they now start at Rs 5,999. This is for the 24-inch Thomson HD-ready LED TV, which otherwise costs Rs 7,499. The Thomson 32-inch HD-ready TV will set you back to Rs 6,999 instead of Rs 10,999. The Android-powered smart TV from the brand is up for grabs at Rs 26,999 for the 43-inch variant, while the top-end 65-inch model costs Rs 55,999. 

As far as the Xiaomi TVs are concerned, the Mi TV 4A Pro 32-inch will be available at Rs 9,999 – down from its MOP of Rs 12,499. The Mi TV 4A Pro 43-inch will cost Rs 19,999 instead of Rs 21,999. Other offers on TVs available in the Flipkart sale include 32-inch LG and Samsung TVs at Rs 13,999 each, Vu 43-inch 4K smart TV at Rs 21,999, Vu 50-inch 4K smart TV at Rs 25,999, iFFALCON 43-inch 4K smart TV with HDR 10 at Rs 19,999, and Samsung 43-inch 4K smart TV at Rs 36,999. 

The Motorola TVs are powered by Android 9 OS.

In addition to this, Motorola TVs will be up for grabs in India starting today. Introduced earlier this month, the first smart TVs from the brand are powered by Android 9, and they come in 32-inch, 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch display sizes. The top-end 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch models feature UHD panels, while the 43-inch and 32-inch options are equipped with Full HD and HDR panel, respectively. The Motorola TV price in India starts at Rs 13,999.

Flipkart is also offering home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, and ACs, among other things. The e-commerce platform has already previewed the deals and discounts on smartphones, which won’t be available until Monday. Some of the offers include Google Pixel 3a series with up to Rs 10,000 discount, OPPO Reno 10x Zoom with Rs 7,000, and Redmi K20 Pro with Rs 3,000. The Vivo Z1 Pro will be available at its lowest price of Rs 12,990, Samsung Galaxy S9 series at Rs 29,999 for the base variant, Realme 5 at Rs 8,999, and Redmi Note 7 Pro at Rs 11,999.

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.
Facebook Comments