The Flipkart Big Saving Days promotion will start on September 18th and will last until September 20th. The e-commerce platform offers some discounts and attractive offers on electronic products (including mobile phones, tablets, TVs, accessories and other electronic products). Flipkart also provides customers with an opportunity to pre-sell any goods they want to buy before the Resale. 1. This pre-sale offer is valid from September 15th to September 16th. SBI card users can enjoy payment discounts through the card or EMI.
Although Flipkart has not yet shared the details of the products that will be released during the “Big Savings Day” period, it does mention that customers interested in buying mobile phones and tablets can use the free EMI plan, no card credit and exchange discounts. For customers who are interested in TV and home appliances, Flipkart provides comprehensive home appliance protection and free EMI and exchange products.
During the “Big Savings Day”, there will be more than 30 million electronic products and accessories on sale without cost EMI and exchange quotations. For accessories, Flipkart SmartBuy products have attractive discounts, which include wireless mice, keyboards, power banks, cables, headsets, etc. In addition, SBI card users can get a 10% instant discount through SBI credit card and EMI transactions.
In addition, interested shoppers can order products and guarantee inventory at promotional prices. They only need to pay Re. 1. And make reservations between September 15th and September 16th. To do this, customers need to visit the Pre-book Store on the Flipkart homepage and pay the Re fee. 1 Block their orders and pay the balance before September 18 (at the latest before 11:59 am).
The previous Big Saving Days promotion was carried out at the beginning of last month, with discounts on smartphones, including iPhone XR (Rs 44,999), iPhone SE (2020) (Rs 36,999), Oppo Reno 2 (Rs 10,000 instant discount), etc. . smart phone. Apple HomePod (Rs 18,900) and Google Home Mini (Rs 2,299) are also sold at discounted prices. Some other items include Acer laptops, wireless speakers and wireless headphones.
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