Flipkart announced the arrival of the Big Billion Days auction in India. The e-commerce giant said that the sale will begin soon, and the use of Flipkart Plus members will be earlier than the rest. Flipkart has partnered with SBI Bank to provide 10% instant discounts for debit and credit cards. It cooperates with Paytm to provide shoppers with guaranteed cash back. Flipkart pointed out that there will be several deals and price cuts for mobile phones, with a starting price of Rs. 1.
The e-commerce giant has published a dedicated page mocking the arrival of the “Big Billion Day”. The exact sale date has not yet been announced, and the page only states “coming soon”. In addition to SBI Bank discounts, Flipkart will also provide free EMI options to leading banks such as ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank. Bajaj Finserv card holders will also receive free EMI facilities.
As mentioned earlier, mobile phones and tablets will see price cuts and additional redemption discounts on old phones. Flipkart hopes to provide mobile protection in rupees. 1 and free EMI options of leading banks. “Big Billion Daily Sales” will enjoy discounts of up to 80% on TVs and large appliances. Other offers include complete equipment protection, exchange offers and free EMI facilities.
Similarly, the electronics and accessories category on Flipkart will list new deals every day during the sales period, with discounts of up to 80%. Flipkart pointed out that 30 million products will be listed in this category and exchange discounts will also be offered.
In addition, Flipkart will also provide discounts of up to 80% for its own brands and list new deals for these products every day. During the Big Billion Days promotion, approximately 200,000 products will be listed among these brands. There will also be up to 80% discounts in the fashion and furniture categories. Flipkart will list household and kitchen products with prices starting from Rs. The range of 49 and baby products will start from low Rs. 79.
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