Amazon Great Indian Sale kicks off on January 21

Amazon Great Indian Sale kicks off on January 21

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Amazon Great Indian Sale kicks off on January 21

Amazon India has announced its next big sale, which kicks off on January 21. The Amazon Great Indian Sale is promising big discounts on products ranging from categories such as smartphones, TVs, and other home appliances. Here’s a look at what we can expect from the upcoming online sale.

Amazon’s Great Indian Sale officially kicks off at midnight on January 21 and will go on till January 24. But Prime members will get access to a range of deals 12 hours early – January 20, 12:00PM. “The Amazon Great Indian Sale, will have irresistible deals across a wide a range of products in categories including Smartphones, Consumer Electronics, Fashion, Home & Kitchen, Large Appliances, Sports & Fitness among others,” Manish Tiwary, Vice President – Category Management, Amazon India said. “With big deals, extra cashback, no cost EMI and convenient exchange options, this sale will help customers buy their desired product and still save money.”

The e-commerce giant is promising deals on around 160 million products across ‘hundreds of categories’. These will include offers on smartphones from companies like Apple, OnePlus, Samsung, 10.or, Micromax, Lenovo-Moto, and LG among others. There will also be special discounts on Amazon’s own products like Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Paperwhite Starter Pack, Fire TV Stick, and eBooks.

Amazon India is also promising offers on products from companies like UCB, Puma, Adidas, Wrangler, Titan, Marks & Spencer, American Tourister, Vero Moda, BPL, TCL, HP, IFB, Bosch, D’Décor, Philips, Lakme, Pampers, Whirlpool, Bajaj, Prestige, Usha, McAfee and Kaspersky among others.

Buyers will also get benefits when opting for cashless options while shopping. These include 10 percent cashback (up to Rs 200) when using Amazon Pay Balance on purchases above Rs 250. HDFC is also offering its customers an additional 10 percent cashback when they use a debit or credit card for purchase.

source by:-bgr





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