While the full-on sales are slated to start from Wednesday, some other e-commerce sites such as LimeRoad have their festive sales ongoing.
Flipkart Big Billion Days comes with a 10 per cent instant discount for those using SBI debit and credit cards. It has offered a flat 50% cashback for Airtel Payments Bank. On the other hand bags and backpacks are being offered at a discount of 25% to 65% by the e-tailer.
Apart from this, the Big Billion Sale will see product and brands with a host of consumer financing programs such as No Cost EMI, Product Exchange, Buy Back Guarantee and Buy Now Pay Later. The Google phone has a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, runs on last year's flagship Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 821.
Amazon is hosting a 3 day sale this festive season. The company is also offering up to 80% off on worldwide clothing brands such as United Colours of Benetton, Tommy Hilfiger, and Allen Solly.
Moto G5s Plus (64GB): The online retailer is offering its recently launched Moto G5 S Plus at a discounted price of Rs 15,999 with an additional Rs 1000 via exchange offer.
The discount will go live on the midnight of September 20, which is today.
Further, Honor has also announced a new Power Bank on the honor store with 10000 mAh priced at a special introductory offer of 40% below the regular retail price at Rs 1999. Now the customers are eagerly waiting to check the offers which the Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale is going to offer them. The sale, as Amazon usually does, started about 12 hours before the actual scheduled time for the Prime members.
The sale will include huge discounts on a range of products like smartphones, laptops, air conditioners, fashion, accessories and more. The OnePlus 3T has also got a Rs. 5,000 discount against MRP, pricing it at Rs. 24,999. You can also pick up the newly launched Xiaomi Mi A1 at Rs. 6,999 and Rs. 14,999 respectively. Moreover, the company offers 40% discount on Ultra HD 4K televisions. But, now Amazon is offering the LG G6 at Rs 33,990.
For the motivated customers, Amazon gives an option to pay through its own digital wallet Amazon Pay. It will be a win-win situation for Prime customers as the company looks to offer exclusive deals and assured one and two-day free delivery. The major e-retailer has claimed that consumers can avail up to 90 percent discount on several products cutting across categories and brands.