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Amazon Great Indian Festival (Diwali Special) starts from 21st October

Amazon is back again with its Amazon Great Indian Festival 2019 (Diwali Special) that will start from 21st October and will continue till 25th October. Dates are revealed on a dedicated page which can be seen on Amazon India website. Recently Amazon hosted this festival from 13th October to 17th October which was a great success and that’s why the sale is back again.

Like every sale, Prime Members will get an Early Access to the sale from 20th October 12 noon and they will offer “upto 60% off” on TVs and Appliances, Festive Special Prices on Electronics and “upto 40% off” on Smartphones. Users will get upto 70% off on Amazon Fashion, also extra Rs 1000 cashback can be availed.


The company will offer easy payment options during the sale through no-cost EMIs on select debit cards and no-cost EMIs for Bajaj Finserv card users. No-cost EMIs can be availed with Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card users, also additionally they will receive up to 5% reward points.


Amazon will also offer deals on protection plans and mobile accessories. Smartphones will be available with no-cost EMI and bundled exchange offers, free screen replacement. Amazon’s own hardware products including Echo smart speakers, Fire TV Stick, and Kindle readers will be available with discounts and bundled offers during the Great Indian Festival Sale 2019 (Diwali Special).


Keep checking this space, more offers will be updated soon. Also, check the details of Flipkart Big Diwali Sale 2019 here which starts from 21st October and ends on 25th October.

Rohit Auddyhttps://www.rohitauddy.com/
He is very passionate about Technology, and besides that Rohit is also a Certified Film Editor, VFX Artist and a Website Developer. Also, he is very active on Social Media Sites and loves to listen to music. Email Rohit


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