The festival of colours is around the corner and we are getting crazy discounts on electronics as usual. Samsung is offering great deals on its products in the Holi sale. Recently launched Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra are also available with 17% discount.
Here are the top five products from Samsung Holi sale:
Samsung Galaxy S23 is available on Samsung’s website at a price of ₹79,999 after a discount of 17%. The original price of the phone is ₹95,999. It also comes with a HDFC bank card offer which can be availed to get a ₹5000 discount.
Samsung also offered an exchange offer worth up to ₹59,880 and an exchange bonus of ₹8000 which can be availed by using exchange offer.
Samsung Galaxy S23 also comes with the same deal on Samsung’s website. It is priced at ₹1,24,999 after a discount of 17%. The original price of the phone is ₹1,49,999. It also comes with a HDFC bank card offer which can be availed to get a ₹8000 discount.
Samsung also offered an exchange offer worth up to ₹59,880 and an exchange bonus of ₹10,000 which can be availed by using exchange offer.
This Samsung 65-inch Smart TV is available on Samsung’s website at a discounted price of ₹72,990. The original price of the TV is ₹1,16,900 so Samsung offers a ₹43,910 discount on this one. Along with that you can save up to ₹3,000 more by using any leading bank card.
The exchange offer is also available which can reduce the price even more up to ₹9,800.
Samsung Galaxy F13 was launched at a price of ₹16,999. It is now priced on Samsung’s website at ₹11,999. After the 29% instant discount, there is a bank offer as well. Interested buyers can save more ₹1,000 by using HDFC Credit or Debit card.
Samsung 32-inch Smart Monitor is available on the website with a 45% instant discount which drops the price of the monitor to ₹19,699, whereas the original price is ₹36,000.
You can get an additional ₹500 instant discount on any leading bank card and a discount up to ₹9,800 on exchange offer.
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