By: Nirupam Manik, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : November 22, 2016 3:19 pm
The sale will take place from 22nd November to 24th November.
Ewallet player, Paytm, has today announced its Big Cashback sale. The sale will take place from 22nd November to 24th November and include a bunch of cash-back offers but in the form of Paytm money and not actual money.
Further, the sale is not limited to electronics or mobile phones, these offers extend even to the home appliances, clothing, kitchen products etc. Also, one should note that there is no option of 'Cash on Delivery' during this sale.
Starting with the mobile phones, Paytm is offering Rs 10,000 cashback on the purchase of iPhone 7 256GB which is sold for Rs 80,000. iPhone 7 128GB which is sold for Rs 70,000 is now available for Rs 69,827 plus 9000 cashback. Another apple product i.e. iPhone 6s 128 GB is available at Rs 61,990 (Original Price - Rs 82,000) and one can also get a cashback of Rs 10,000 on top of this. The iPhone 5S is available for Rs 21200 plus Rs 3000 cashback.
Further, smartphones like Asus Zenfone 3 Max is sold for Rs 12,998 plus additional cash-back of Rs 500. Coming on to Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is sold at a 15 percent discount for Rs 50,900.
Not only this, smartphones from brands like Gionee, Vivo etc. are also witnessing price cuts. Gionee's S6s is currently sold for Rs 15,888 (12% cashback) plus 12 percent cashback. Further, Vivo's V3 Max is selling on Paytm for Rs 20,490 plus 10 percent additional cash back.
Moving to tablets, iPad Air 2 (Wi-Fi) is priced at Rs 31,683 plus you get 15% cashback. You also get 18 percent cashback on Kindle's Paper-White.
Apart from this, smartphones from Lenovo, Oppo etc. are also selling at discounted prices with additional cashback. Also, Paytm is giving away Rs 2000 Paytm Money every 15 minutes through a lucky draw. Other than smartphones, Paytm is offering up to 80 percent off on kitchen appliances, 50 percent cashback and discount on watches, and 80 percent cashback on clothes.
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