Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 sale will begin on October 3, and Amazon has disclosed some deals on different smartphones and other electronic objects. Amazon is offering discounts on gadgets, cashback, exchange offers, no-cost EMI offers, and more. The US e-commerce giant declared the launch of this year’s Great Indian Festival sale through a press conference. Also, Amazon products such as Echo, Fire TV, and Kindle will be available at the lowest prices. The festival sale gives discounts on brands such as Apple, HP, Lenovo, One Plus, Samsung, Sony, and Xiaomi through exchange offers, no-cost EMI offers, and more.
Amazon has created a webpage to allure customers during the Great Indian Festival sale and which indicates discounts on different mobile phone models and accessories, electronic devices such as smartwatches, tablets, and laptops, and home appliances including smart TVs. The Amazon sale is also declared to offer its Echo, Fire TV, and Kindle devices at the lowest prices of the year.
Amazon has announced “Biggest Deal of the year” on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G during the Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 sale. As per a separate webpage, Amazon has incorporated a Notify Me button and is hosting a contest in which the participants have to guess what’s the biggest deal using the clues given on the page, and have a chance to win the Smartphone. Amazon has also announced a mega-deal every day from noon till October 1.
The e-commerce giant has announced that during the Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 sale, there will be up to 80 percent off on products like laptops, headphones, speakers, smartwatches tablets, cameras, and accessories. Amazon will also be offering up to 65 percent off on TVs and appliances. The e-commerce giant is also offering deals and discounts on Amazon products like smart speakers and displays, Fire TV streaming sticks, and Kindle.
Moreover, Amazon has associated with HDFC Bank to offer a 10 percent instant discount for customers making purchases using HDFC Bank debit and credit cards as well as EMI transactions during the Great Indian Festival sale.