Amazon Great Indian Sale preview: Discounts on OnePlus, Samsung, Apple smartphones

The sale will commence at 12:00 AM on January 21 and last till January 24. Amazon Prime customers will get early access to the sale starting 12 noon on January 20.

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15 - Jan - 2018
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15 - Jan - 2018
Amazon Great Indian Sale preview: Discounts on OnePlus, Samsung,...

Amazon has announced its Great Indian Sale, which will be hosted between January 21 till January 24. During the sale, the online retailer will be offering up to 40 percent off on smartphones and accessories, and up to 55 percent off on various electronic products. Prime members will get 12 hours early access to the sale along with some exclusive deals.

Customers will also get up to 10 percent off while paying with their HDFC debit and credit cards. There is also an additional 10 percent cashback of up to Rs 200 on all purchases above Rs 250 when using Amazon Pay balance for payment. There are also exchange offers and no-cost EMI options on all eligible devices.

Manish Tiwary, Vice President of Category Management, Amazon India said,“ 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. 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.”

Amazon is teasing deals on various smartphone brands like Apple, OnePlus, Samsung, 10.or, LG, Micromax, and more. The e-commerce platform will be discounting the Google Pixel XL, LG Q6, 10.orG, Samsung On 5 Pro among others during the sale.

There will also be offers on electronics like laptops, headphones and speakers, TVs, cameras, storage devices and more. Amazon will also be offering some special discounts on Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Paperwhite Starter Pack, Fire TV Stick, and eBooks.

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