The sale of the Flipkart Big Saving Days starts on September 18th and lasts until September 20th. The e-commerce platform offers various discounts and great deals on electronics such as cell phones, tablets, televisions, accessories and other electronics. Flipkart also offers customers the option to pre-book anything they would like to buy from re during the sale. 1. This pre-book offer is valid between September 15th and 16th. SBI card users can get discounts on card or EMI payments.
While Flipkart has yet to reveal details of the products that will be on sale during Big Saving Days, it does mention that customers interested in purchasing cell phones and tablets will be able to avail of free EMI plans, cardless credit, and exchange offers can take. For customers interested in televisions and devices, Flipkart offers full device protection as well as free EMI and exchange offers.
During the Big Saving Days, more than three Crore electronics and accessories will be available for sale with free EMI and exchange offers. For accessories, there are attractive discounts on Flipkart SmartBuy products, including wireless mice, keyboards, power banks, cables, headphones and more. In addition, SBI card users with SBI credit card and EMI transactions can get an instant 1
In addition, interested buyers can book a product in advance and have guaranteed stocks at the sale price. You just have to pay re. 1 and book the item in advance between September 15th and 16th. To do this, customers have to visit the pre-book store on the Flipkart homepage and pay Re. 1 to block your order and pay the balance by September 18, at the latest by 11:59 a.m.
The previous Big Saving Days sale happened early last month and had discounts on smartphones like the iPhone XR (Rs 44,999), The iPhone SE (2020) (Rs 36,999), Oppo Reno 2 (Rs 10,000 instant discount) and others Smartphones. Apple HomePod (Rs. 18,900) and Google Home Mini (Rs. 2,299) were also available at discounted prices. Other items included Acer laptops, wireless speakers, and wireless headphones.
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