Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale – Best Deals, Coupons, Discounts

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Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale: After the Amazon Great Indian Sale, this e-commerce came down with Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale which will be kicked off from October 17, 2016, to October 20, 2016. In this second edition Amazon has listed many deals on various categories, Here we have listed few top deals for you, Don’t miss them out on this day. In the first week of October Amazon opened a sale after competing with other e-commerce sites like Amazon, Snapdeal and recently launched Tata Cliq which has fewer promotions.On the day one Amazon is concentrated on the deals around Smartphones, Mobile accessories, Electronics, Fashion and Home appliances.

Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale – Best Deals, Coupons, Discounts

In the first attempt, Amazon sold 15 million units from the categories mobile and electronics, large appliances, fashion etc. Almost it managed the first day with billion page views which are unique ones almost equals to the seven times of the last year’s number. On the other hand, Flipkart sold 15.5 million units across the platforms including Myntra and Jabong. Amazon witnessed nearly 5X growth in the customer’s acquisition rate and ranging up to 70 percent of new customers brought from tier II and tier III geographies.

Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale
Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale

This time, Amazon is offering extra discounts for the Citibank Credit or Debit card users on purchasing a product, Buyers purchased on the website will get 10 percent discount and buyers using app will be entitled to 15 percent discount. Beyond this Amazon also offering the buyers to purchase using Bajaj Fin Serv Card linked with an advantage of ‘No Cost‘ EMI features. Along with Amazon Prime customers can access the best deals before 30 minutes arrived for normal users.

Best Deals on Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale :

  • Apple iPhone 6S 64GB: Buyers who are looking for the last years product of Apple, iPhone 6S still have popular word among the buyers. Amazon brought an exclusive offer on this Smartphone for Rs 45,999 which is originally priced at Rs 50,000.
  • Xiaomi Mi Max Prime: Recently Mi Max arrived into the Indian markets in a couple of months back, its standard price is around Rs 19,999, But Amazon offering it for Rs 14,999 on its basic variant.
  • All-new Kindle: Good news to the book lovers, Amazon India is offering Rs 1000 discount on all types of new Kindle on the purchase of kindle falls from range Rs 5,999 to Rs 4,999. This offer is applicable for both Black and White Color variants. Also, you can use Citi Bank Discount.
  • Xiaomi Mi 20,000mAh Power Bank: This 20,000 mAh battery is now available for Rs 1,749 on its original price Rs 2,499 almost 30 percent of discount.
  • Moto G4 Plus Original price: Rs 14,999, Discounted price Rs 13,499 
  • Lenovo Vibe – Original price: Rs 11,999, Amazon Discounted price Rs 9,999 
  • Samsung On 7 Pro – Original price: Rs 11,190, Amazon Discounted price Rs 9,990 
  • OnePlus 2 – Original price: Rs 22,990, Amazon Discounted price Rs 19,990 
  • Coolpad Mega 2.5D – Original price: Rs 6,999, Amazon Discounted price Rs 5,999 
  • Moto G4 Play – Original Price: Rs 8,999, Amazon Additional Rs 1,000 cashback 
  • Samsung On 5 Pro – Original Price: Rs 9,190, Amazon Discounted price Rs 7,990 
  • Moto G4 – Original Price: Rs 12,499, Amazon Discounted price Rs 10,499 
  • Lenovo Vibe K5 – Original Price: Rs 7,499, Amazon Discounted price Rs 6,999

Amazon announced the launch of ‘ Global Store’ in India, Buyers can now sell their products on US e-Commerce website and can pay in local currency. Amazon brought 4 million units of International brands to India. This move will help Amazon to boom the Indian e-commerce market.

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