Flipkart Big Diwali Sale will be back on October 21st; deals on mobile phones, smart TVs, and more previewed

“Flipkart Plus users will get access to Big Diwali Sale deals and offers four hours earlier, starting 8pm on October 20th”

Flipkart has announced the third – and probably the last – round of festive sale on its platform ahead of Diwali. The upcoming Flipkart sale will once again be called Big Diwali Sale and it’s all set to begin on October 21st and concludes on October 25th. Of course, Flipkart Plus users will get access to all the deals and discount across categories four hours earlier, starting 8pm on October 20th. Like the first two innings of the festive season sales, the latest Big Diwali Sale also offers top deals on popular categories, including mobile phones, TVs, home appliances, and electronics. The sale will give SBI debit and credit card holders an additional 10 percent discount.

The Realme 5 will be available with Rs 1,000 discount during the Flipkart Diwali Sale.

Flipkart has previewed a handful of deals ahead of the sale. These include Redmi Note 7S and Redmi Note 7 Pro smartphones with 48MP primary camera available at discounted prices of Rs 8,999 and Rs 11,999, respectively. The Realme 5 with quad cameras will be selling at Rs 8,999 instead of its launch price of Rs 9,999, while Vivo Z1 Pro will cost Rs 12,990, down from Rs 14,990. The e-commerce platform will be offering the aforementioned smartphones and more with complete mobile protection plan, no-cost EMI option, exchange offers, and cardless credit.

The Apple Watch Series 3 will be offered at its lowest price ever.

Apart from this, the teaser page shows Samsung smart LED TV, DSLR cameras, Apple Watch Series 3, and laptops will see up to 90 percent discount, no-cost EMI, and product exchange offer. Last but not least, there will be Crackling Deals or Dhamaka Deals that offer extra discounts on mobile phones, TVs, and electronics during the sale. We’ll learn more about the Flipkart Big Diwali sale in the days to come, so stay tuned to 91mobiles.