Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2020

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Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2020

E-commerce company Amazon's annual sale "Great Indian Festival" is going to start on October 17. The month-long festive sale will begin for everyone else at midnight. If you are waiting to get your hands on iPhone 12, you should know that it has a starting price of around 70K, which puts the iPhone 11 in a completely different budget.

As a head starter, you get a 10% instant discount on HDFC Credit, Debit cards including the EMI options on Amazon.

IPhone 11 Pro (64GB)- Apple's a year ago flagship gets a huge discount of ₹26,601 on ₹1,06,600 which brings its original price down to ₹79,999 only. And, 10% instant discount on SBI Debit, and Yono SBI cards on Flipkart.

OnePlus 8 5G offers - 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage variant is up for grabs at 39,999, down by Rs 2,000; 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage variant available at Rs 41,999, down by Rs 3,000; 12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage variant model available at Rs 44,999, down by Rs 5,000. To further lower the effective prices, there are bundled offers & no-cost EMI options as well during the Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2020. There are some really cool deals during the Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale and the iPhone 11 at this price is most certainly among the best deals available at this time. More than 900 new products of top brands will be launched at this Great Indian Festival of Amazon.

Amazon and Flipkart have kicked off their festival sales with heavy discounts and offers, some of which are too tempting to ignore. The Galaxy S20 FE comes with a 6.5-inch super AMOLED display, a 12MP triple rear camera system, a 4,500mAh battery & much more. The exchange offers of up to Rs 13,500 will also be available on the smartphone. This is one of the lowest prices we have seen on these headphones this year.

In addition to this, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Echo smart speakers, Kindle e-readers are being sold at Rs 1,999, Rs 1,999 & Rs 9,999 respectively.

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