Amazon prime members living in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad can enjoy ultra-fast delivery in 2-hours on popular deals. The company has partnered with ICICI and Citibank to offer an extra 10 percent cashback, No-cost EMI on Bajaj Finserv EMI card and Debit & Credit cards and free of cost installation.
Amazon India has announced that its Great Indian Festive Sale will return again on October 24, just three days after it completed its first wave of festive offerings. The Wave 2 of Amazon’s Great Indian Festive Sale 2018 will start at 12 midnight on October 24 and will end at 11:59 on October 28.
As with any festive sale, Amazon is the biggest selection & deals on smartphones, home appliances, fashion, consumables, beauty, consumer electronics and more. A flash sale for the Xiaomi Redmi 6A will be held every day for the four days of the sale. Amazon will also be showcasing its brand new Echo devices as well as the Fire TV Stick at great discounts during the festive sale.
Users will get as much as 70 percent discount on Alexa-enabled devices. Kindle Unlimited will be available for purchase at Rs 1,499 instead of the original price Rs 2,388 and Kindle eBook bestsellers will start for as low as Rs 19.
Amazon prime members living in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad can enjoy ultra-fast delivery in 2-hours on popular deals. The company has partnered with ICICI and Citibank to offer customers an extra 10 percent cash back on every purchase. Users can also avail No-cost EMI on Bajaj Finserv EMI card and Debit & Credit cards, free of cost installation, exchange offers on smartphones and instant bank discounts.
The e-tailer will also offer up to 90 percent off on Amazon Fashion brands, up to 80 percent discount on Home products, up to 60 percent off on TVs and 80 percent off on large appliances. Buyers will also get Ts 250 worth of cashbacks on adding Rs 5,000 as balance in advance.
Amazon Pay can be used on Amazon partner sites including MakeMyTrip, Swiggy and more and can benefit as much Rs 2000 off on purchases.
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