- Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale clashes with Flipkart’s Big Diwali Sale
- SBI credit, debit card users will receive 10 percent additional cashback
- Mobiles will see discounts of up to 40 percent, Amazon said
Amazon has announced the next edition of its Great Indian Festival sale. The Amazon Great Indian Festival sale will be held from Saturday, October 14 to Tuesday, October 17 – the exact same dates as Flipkart’s Big Diwali Sale. Amazon’s Diwali sale will offer deals on mobile, accessories, TVs, laptops, headphones, speakers, and other electronics, apart from categories like home appliances and décor. SBI credit and debit card users will receive 10 percent additional cashback on eligible products, while the online marketplace is also touting no-cost EMI offers on up to 30,000 products. Those that buy using Amazon Pay can get up to Rs. 500 cashback.
Starting with mobiles and accessories, Amazon says users can expect up to 50 percent off in the category. Mobiles will see discounts of up to 40 percent, and accessories on the other hand should see discounts up to 80 percent, with up to 65 percent off on power banks, 80 percent off on mobile cases, and up to 20 percent off on Bluetooth headsets.
As for other categories, Amazon says users can expect up to 40 percent off on TVs; up to 20,000 off on laptops; up to 60 percent off on headphones and speakers; up to 50 percent off on storage devices; up to 60 percent off on video games, and, up to 60 percent off on networking devices. The company is also offering up to 60 percent off on Amazon Basics products.
Brands such as Xiaomi, Lenovo, OnePlus, Apple, Samsung, LG, HP, Dell, Titan, and Fastrack will be offering discounts during the Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale. The Amazon Fire TV stick will also be discounted, the company revealed.
Amazon will also be offering Golden Hours Deals, from 8am to 12pm. There will also be special Dhanteras Offers, and deals under Rs. 499. Finally, Amazon Prime members can also expect Prime Exclusive deals, though for now these haven’t been detailed.