For jewellery lovers and fashionistas, Amazon is offering an up to 80% discount on jewellery.
The device sports a massive 6,000mAh battery, and 48MP triple rear camera setup.
Users can interact with Alexa in different regional variants of colloquial Hindi.
The e-commerce giant is also promising free delivery on your first order.
The new OnePlus TV is expected to debut during the Amazon Sale.
Oppo A9 2020 is listed at Rs 16,990 for its 4GB RAM variant, whereas its 8GB RAM variant is offered at Rs 19,990.
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Among smart gadgets offered by Amazon, the sale offers up to 33% off on Echo speakers, up to Rs 1,200 off on Fire Stick Tv, and up to Rs 4,000 off on Kindle.
There’s a minimum 50% off on branded bedsheets from Bombay Dyeing, Trident, Spaces, etc.
The high-end smartphones can now be yours for up to a discount of 50%.
Customers can also get up to Rs 6,000 off on exchange of selected smartphones and an instant 10% off on using SBI credit cards.
There are also steep discounts on TV units under Home Centre such as a flat 50% discount on Emily big TV unit now available at Rs 15,900.
The e-tailer has brought several premium quality air conditioners at steal deal prices with up to 40% discount.
Plenty of smartphones, gadgets, appliances and more have been put up for the freedom sale at eye-catching discounts.
The sale will start at 8pm today and end on August 10.
The sale will go on till August 11 midnight.
With best deals on small appliances and top offers on handbags, men’s shoes and luggage, among others, shoppers still have a lot to choose from.
From TVs, laptops, washing machines to cameras the Amazon sale has something for everybody.
For all the hype around BBD, though, the website crashed, orders got cancelled, and products went out of stock—all within the first few hours of the one-day sale.
Day 3 of Amazon Great Indian Festival promises to offer shoppers interesting deals across mobile, TVs and electronic goods.
Ongoing festive sales on ecommerce sites have surpassed total sales of the 5-day sale last year.
"We are clear leaders in smartphones, fashion and home products. We don't see any relevant competition this festive season. We have a share of at least 75-80% this time," Krishnamurthy said.
With a few more days to go before Amazon calls it a wrap, shoppers looking to redecorate their houses, replace old appliances or give their wardrobes a make-over should take this opportunity to save up.
Mobile phone, one of the top selling categories for Flipkart, is open to customers under the Big Billion Days sale with lucrative and hefty discounts across different price range and products.
Brands such as Maybelline, Lakme, Axe, Nivea and many more have doled out various offers for men and women that are hard to ignore.
With queen-size beds, solid wood tables, three-seater sofas and recliners going for less than half its original price, shoppers on Amazon will have a lot of tempting options to choose from.
Board Games, learning and education toys, remote controlled cars and dolls have been some of the popular picks in this category.
Women are spoilt for choice with a range of deals available across various fashion categories of clothing, makeup, shoes and watches
Analysts say hold the horses, Flipkart yet to open its smartphone deals.
Amazon's Great Indian Festival is giving customers free mobile screen insurance on all mobile phones, as well as total damage protection insurance plans starting at just Re 1.
This festive season is likely to be the toughest yet for Amazon with rival Flipkart pulling out all stops after having received backing from retail major Walmart earlier this year.
Unlike its main rival, Flipkart will be launching its deals and discounts in a phased manner over the course of the sale period.
Some mega offerings are available for those looking at sprucing up their home furniture space in different categories.
Luggage and handbag deals are also seeing bulk discounts from 50-80% with brands like American Tourister, Lavie and Skybags ruling the league.
Unlike typical sales events where focus is directed towards smartphones and large appliances alone, Amazon has been bullish on all categories this year, including electronics and video games.
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