Festive dhamaka :
Festive dhamaka, great deals offers on flipkart, Amazone and Snapdeal. All are set to start off their customary annual site large sales that offer great deals and discounts on products in most of the categories.
Amazon’s yearly sale is back once more and Here are some selected best offers from the first day. But before you get to the deals, here are some few helpful tips also to keep in your mind and allow you to make the most out of the 5-day Amazon Great Indian Festive dhamaka sale:
If you select a best deal then first you have to add it to your cart no matter what platform you are currently on. Then after you can check out from the mobile app on for the extra cash back.
If you Paying with HDFC Bank cards for transactions above Rs. 6,000 then the Amazon Great Indian Sale will help you receive 10 % cash back on the website, But if you want more benefit then use app for buying because it gives you 15 % cash back on the app, so choose your best deal whatever you want.
Pay for your purchase products with Amazon special gift card balance to receive free gift cards on your purchase product. You can also buy rebate instant email gift cards during the Amazon Great Indian Festive dhamaka Sale.
Lightning Deals will be back soon on popular products multiple times during the sale, so if you miss out on a product, don’t be hopeless and check later.
Make sure you use your Amazon standard subscription nicely. Some other deals will open up near about 30 minutes earlier for standard subscribers.
Here are the top tech picks from the day 1 of Amazon Great Indian sale:
- Xbox One with Kinect – Halo: The Master Chief Collection bundle:
Price: Rs. 24,990 (MRP Rs. 45,990)
- All-new Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite
Price: Rs. 4,999 and Rs. 9,499 (MRPs Rs. 5,999 and Rs. 10,999)
- TCL 55-inch 4K smart LED TV
Price: Rs. 45,990 (MRP Rs. 48,990)
- Moto G Plus fourth-generation 32GB
Price: Rs. 13,499 (MRP Rs. 14,999)
- Sanyo 43-inch full HD LED TV
Price: Rs. 22,990 (MRP Rs. 33,990)
- Mi power banks
Price: Rs. 899 and Rs. 1,899
- FitBit Charge 2
Price: Rs. 11,999 (MRP Rs. 14,999)
- LeEco Le Max2 32GB
Price: Rs. 17,999 (MRP Rs. 22,999)
- iPhone 7 and 7 Plus pre-orders
Price: Starting from Rs. 60,000
- Sanyo 49-inch full HD LED TV
Price: Rs. 30,990 (MRP Rs. 46,990)
Read Also : Amazon Sale Offers – The Best Deals From Great Indian Sale Day 1
Flipkart’s yearly huge Billion Day sale start up on October 2 and will go on till October 6, where the e-commerce big will offer discounts, exchange offers and much more on various range of products including tablets, smartphones and smartwatches. The e-commerce big has now unveiled a sneak peak on what it purpose to offer to its customers further of the sale starting on Sunday, and some exclusive deals are up for hold.
As is the case with the Big Billion Day sale, there are many offers up for cought, but the most popular ones include discounts on the Moto X Play, LeEco Le 2, Assus Zen Fone 2, and LeEco Le 1s Eco.
There is a big Rs. 10,000 discount on the Asus Zenfone 2, and the smarphone can be purchased for just Rs. 9,999 in the five-day sale period.
The LeEco Le 2 will be put off for cell Rs. 10,499 instead of its original price of Rs. 11,999, and the LeEco Le 1s Eco gets a Rs. 2,000 discount and will be sold for Rs. 7,999.
Flipkart is also making its exchange offer available on the latter two smart phones, making it possible to profit an extra discount of up to Rs. 8,000 and Rs. 6,500 price cut step by step. The 16GB and 32GB Moto X Play smart phones can also be purchased at an additional discount of up to Rs. 4,500 using the Flipkart exchange offer.
Apple Watch priced originally at Rs. 25,990, will be available at just Rs. 12,999 during the sale period.
There’s also the Altec Lansing speaker that can be purchased at just Rs. 4,999. The actual price of the speaker is Rs. 15,500.
The JBL Flip 2 Speaker originally priced at Rs. 7,990, will be sold for just Rs. 3,999 during the sale period.
Some Other Products
The Lenovo 10400mAh Power Bank is also up for grabs for just Rs. 799, which translates to Rs. 1,700 discount on the product. Bose headphones are also up for caught at a 30 percent discount.
There’s also a whopping Rs. 11,000 off on the Microsoft Xbox One 1TB variant, and the Honor T1 8GB tablet can be bought for just Rs. 3,999 during the Festive dhamaka sale period (actual price Rs. 6,999).
Diffrent from electronics, fashion and garments factor will offer at least 40 % discount on footwear, sunglasses ,clothes watches, and other accessories for men and women and children.
Televisions from Vu and BPL Vivid start at Rs. 11,990, and come with the Flipkart exchange offer for further cut in prices.
read also : Flipkart Big Billion Day Sale
Home electronics and appliances get discounts as well, the most popular being the Onida 6kg front-loading washing machine for Rs. 15,990. The original price of the washing machine is Rs. 22,990.
The Prestige Air Fryer can also be bought during the Big billion Day sale for just Rs. 3,499 (original price at Rs. 6,995).
It’s price considering that Flipkart offers 10 % instant discount to all SBI debit and credit card holders on all their purchases.
There might be a purchase limit cap for this instant discount to apply, but there’s no clarity on that yet.
We severely advised users to register themselves on Flipkart and save their billing and card details for smooth and quick checkout.
If tradition is anything to go by, the Big Billion Day will see giant traffic main to instant product sell-outs, website glitches and payment lags. We do hope that Flipkart has get up its game and has a glitch-free sale week this year.
Same as Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal is also sell all the offers that it is set take off as part of its festival celebrations. Snapdeal’s Unbox festival Sale is ready to begin on October 2 and go on till October 6 same as Flipkart, where big discounts and one-day deals on tablets, smart phones, and other electronics, will be up for hold. The e-commerce big sell is also giving far free prizes like the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and the Le Max 2 to few buyers in this five-day sale.
Snapdeal has partnered with Citibank, and all debit and credit card holders will get a 20 percent instant discount on purchases.
There’s also a Bajaj Finserv no cost EMI plan for those looking to pay in instalments. This plan will remove the need to pay any down payment, or a processing fee.
Snapdeal has highlighted that it will offer discounts on the iPhone6s and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Unlike Flipkart, Snapdeal has not exposed the temporary price cut that these smart phones are ready to get, but looking forward at how big these annual sales are, it will most probably be eligible.
Other products that will get discounts include the Sony PlayStation 4 1TB variant, the Cannon EOS 1300D, and other home electronics and appliances.
Additionally all the big electronics brands like Micromax ,Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi ,HP,SanDisk, Lenovo, SeaGate and LG are participating in the Snapdeal Unbox festival Sale.
As the sale falls in a festive week, Snapdeal is hosting unique stores for Navratri and Diwali. There’s a separate lighting and puja store as well for buying products pertinent to religious ceremonies.
read also : Snapdeal festive Offers
As mentioned, Snapdeal will give away prizes to buyers who purchase mobile accessories worth more than Rs. 750. Prizes worth Rs. 4 lakhs are up for hold during the Unbox Festive dhamaka Sale, and the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5 and LeEco Max 2are also included among the goodies.
More about, there is a guaranteed Rs. 100 off on prepaid orders above Rs. 750 from 9am to 9pm on sale days. As part of the festival sale, Snapdeal will increase its Deals of the Day page and include more products with huge amount of discounts.
This page includes products from all categories like electronics, garments, and home decor.
Be sure to register and save your card details on Snapdeal ahead of the sale week, in order to make the most of the huge deals.
As this is the biggest Festive dhamaka sale of the year, expect products to go out of stock soon. Make sure you get online early and make the most of the deals while it lasts.