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Amazon Great Indian Sale: 9 cool offers on smartphones and other gadgets

August 9, 2017 6:41 AM
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Amazon Great Indian Sale: 9 cool offers on smartphones and other gadgets

Amazon's Great Indian Sale is live. The four-day sale will run till midnight (11.59 pm) of August 12. The e-commerce giant is claiming to offer 'big savings for everyone' during the sale. There are deals and discounts on a range of products across categories. The company is offering 15% cashback to users who pay via Amazon Pay. There are also special offers for Amazon Prime members. There's special offer for SBI credit and debit card users too. SBI debit/credit card holders will get additional 14% cashback on purchases done via Amazon app and 10% off on their shopping done on the company's website.

There are plenty of offers for those planning to buy smartphones or other gadgets from brands like Apple, Lenovo, OnePlus, Samsung, Honor InFocus, Sony, Philips, Seagate, Fitbit, Ambrane, JBL and many more.

Apple's latest flagship smartphone iPhone 7 is available at a discount of approximately Rs 13,000. Priced at Priced at Rs 56200, iPhone 7 (32GB) can be purchased at Rs 42,999 .

Lenovo-owned Motorola's mid-range smartphone Moto G5 Plus is selling at Rs 2,000 discount. Priced at Rs 16,999, Moto G5 Plus is available at Rs 14,999 .

Here's your chance to grab 1TB Seagate hard drive, priced at Rs 7,999, at Rs 4,099 .

Book lovers, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite priced at Rs 10,999 is selling at Rs 8,999 in Amazon Great Indian Sale.

Here's another offer for Apple fans, the company's 4-inch iPhone SE's 32GB variant with a price tag of Rs 26,000 can be purchased at Rs 19,999 . Just to recall, iPhone SE shares largely same specifications as the company's iPhone 6S, which is available at Rs 34,999.

If you have been planning to buy a power bank? You can head to Amazon. Ambrane power banks are available at a minimum discount of 55% in the sale.

Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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