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Samsung introduces festive discounts on Galaxy products: Note 10 gets benefits of Rs 12k, Buds' price slashed to Rs 6,990

Galaxy S10 series is available with benefits of Rs 14,000.

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Updated: Oct 18, 2019, 01.22 PM IST
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On purchase of Galaxy Note 10, consumers will get Rs 6K bonus over and above the exchange price of their phone or an SBI cashback of Rs 6K.
GURUGRAM: South Korean tech giant Samsung on Friday announced deals on its popular smartphones Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 lineup in India. The offers on both smartphones will be valid until October 31, 2019.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will be available for sale with benefits of up to Rs 12,000 while Galaxy S10 series will be available to customers with benefits worth up to Rs 14,000.

Consumers purchasing smartphones from these two series can avail Galaxy Buds at a discounted price of Rs 6,990 with a consumer benefit of Rs 3,000 as compared to the retail price and Galaxy Watch Active at Rs 13,990 with a consumer benefit of Rs 6,000 as compared to the retail price.

Additionally, on Galaxy S10 series, consumers can avail an additional 5 per cent cashback through SBI credit cards along with instant cashback of up to Rs 5000.

On Galaxy Note 10 consumers can get Rs 6,000 bonus over and above the exchange price of their phone or an SBI cashback of Rs 6,000.

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