Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale Date Changed After Amazon Announced Great Indian Festival Event - Viral Bake

Flipkart Big Billion Days sale date changed after Amazon announced its upcoming Great Indian Festival event. Flipkart sale event is going to be live from October 3 to October 10. Earlier, the Big Billion Sale was scheduled from 7th October to 12th October. Just like previous years, Flipkart Plus members will get access to the sale with other benefits.

Source: Flipkart Stories

Non-Flipkart Plus users can shop early during the online sale event by redeeming Flipkart SuperCoins. Alternatively, the Amazon Great Indian Festival event will begin on 4 October and will be live throughout the month.

Also Read: Amazon ‘Great Indian Festival’ Sale 2021: E-Commerce Rivalry Begins

The Flipkart ‘Big Billion Days’ sale will offer several deals and discounts on various products across categories like laptops, smartphones, computers, tablets, audio products, TVs, and more. Users will get a 10 per cent instant discount on purchases with ICICI and Axis Bank cards. Plus, an assured cashback will be given to users who pay via Paytm (both wallet and UPI). During the sale, users will avail offers and discounts on mobile phones from brands, like Oppo, Motorola, Realme, Poco, Vivo, and Samsung.

Source: Sell on Amazon

in the same way, up to 80 per cent off on electronics and accessories like power banks, smartwatches, speakers, and headphones, up to 70 per cent off on smart TVs, and up to 80 per cent discount on products offered by Flipkart brands like Marq and Smartbuy. Moreover, the sale will include special deals three times a day and “rush hours” with early bird specials.

Flipkart revealed that brands like Nokia and Motorola would launch new smart-TVs at the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale event.


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