Amazon Great Indian Sale

Amazon gears up for its Great Indian Sale 2020.

As per media reports, the sales will begin from January 19-22 and the scheme brings some attractive offers on a vast range of products.

But for Amazon’s Prime Members, the sale will start early on Saturday (January 18) at 12 PM.

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The offers from the world’s biggest online market include bigger exchange offers, no-cost EMI options, 5% instant discount with HSBC cashback card and GST invoice using which the customers can save up to 28% on other business purchases.

It has also been reported that Amazon customers can also seek up to 40% off on several premium smartphones.

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Amazon to come up with offers in various categories including electronics, fashion and other categories like books, games, TVs, appliances, toys, daily essentials, gadgets, electronics appliances, home décor, clothing, accessories, footwear, watches, jewellery, handbags and many more.

For Prime Members, the sale will start early from 18th January, 12 PM.

The customers, who have SBI credit cards, will be able to get the benefits of a 10% instant discount.

Among the bumper deal offers on various categories, enjoy up to 80% off on clothing and up to 40% off on the latest selling Smartphones.

If electronics and accessories are on the list of any customer, Amazon’s Great Indian Festival Sale will bring them starting at just Rs. 99.

There are also bumper offers on other daily essentials as well.

There is up to 80% off on Amazon fashion while the customers will be able to enjoy up to 70% off on books, games, and toys.

While the customers can avail up to 60% off on Amazon brands, the consumers can buy TVs and appliances at a cheap price as the price will start at just Rs. 4,749.

With the updated collection of both winter and summer season, the consumers can expect a discount of up to 40% to 80% on Amazon fashion.

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