The Mi Max Prime is available with an exchange offer
The Moto G4 Plus gets a Rs. 2,000 price cut as part of Amazon sale
OnePlus 2 price gets slashed by Rs. 3,000
The second edition of the Amazon Great Indian Festival is in its last day, which means all the offers will be removed post-midnight. Amazon is offering deals and discounts on many smartphones like the OnePlus 2, Moto G4 Plus, Coolpad Mega 2.5D, and many more.Read more ↓
As part of the Amazon sale offers, Moto G4 Plus gets a Rs. 1,500 discount and is available at Rs. 13,499. The Coolpad Mega 2.5D gets a Rs. 2,000 discount and is priced at Rs. 5,999. With the purchase of Moto G4 Play, Amazon is giving a gift card worth Rs. 1,000 (not applicable for COD customers).
The OnePlus 2 price gets slashed by Rs. 3,000, and is currently available at Rs. 19,999 on Amazon India. The sale offers also see Samsung On5 Pro is being sold at Rs. 7,990, instead of Rs. 9,190. Lastly, the newly announced Mi Max Prime is also made available as part of Amazon Great Indian Festival.
Amazon has introduced the exchange offer on all the above mentioned smartphones. The no cost EMI on Bajaj Fiserv cards is also applicable on all the listed devices. Furthermore, there is a 15 percent casback on app, and 10 percent cashback on purchase from desktop site for all Citibank card users (minimum transaction Rs. 3,000, and maximum cashback of Rs. 2,000) as part of the Amazon sale offers. Some purchases even get Kindle eBook discounts, Jio welcome offer, while some offer data plans of Airtel and Vodafone.
There’s also up to 50 percent off on computer electronics and accessories as part of the Amazon sale. The offers today also included the Xbox One console being sold at Rs. 25,990 (actual MRP Rs. 45,990) only to Amazon Prime members. However, the units are now all claimed, and Prime members can still join the waitlist to try their luck. The Kindle Paperwhite is available for Rs. 9,499 instead of Rs. 10,999. Even pen drives are being sold at a discount of up to 50 percent as part of Amazon’s latest sale.
During the last Great Indian festival sale, Amazon claims to have sold as many as 15 million units. It received a billion page views within the first 12 hours and says that it had more unique visitors in half a day than it had in the whole of last year’s sale. Amazon says sales figure was seven times more than last year’s number.
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