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Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2021 To Go Live on October 4, 2021

Amazon’s mega sale the Great Indian Festival is all set to go live on October 4. It is to be noted that every year a few days ahead of Diwali, Amazon and Flipkart host shopping festivals to offer deals and discounts on smartphones, laptops and other electronics.

Amazon has dedicated the Great Indian Festival 2021 to small companies this year. Amazon has also committed to highlighting Amazon sellers through a variety of additional programmes, including Amazon Launchpad, Amazon Saheli, and Amazon Karigar, as well as prominent Indian and international brands across a variety of categories.

Amazon Business customers in India will be able to avail offers, bulk discounts, lower festive price offers, cashbacks, reward and more, for their regular business buying or corporate gifting for clients or employees.

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The Great Indian Festival would include over 1,000 new product launches from top brands such as Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Sony, Apple, Boat, Lenovo, HP, Asus, Fossil, Levi’s, BIBA, Allen Solly, Adidas, American Tourister, Prestige, Eureka Forbes, Bosch, Pigeon, Bajaj, Big muscles, Lakme, Maybelline, Forest Essentials, The Body Shop, WOW, Nivea, Dabur, P&G, Tata Tea, Huggies, Pedigree , Sony PS5, Microsoft Xbox, Hasbro, Funskool, Philips, Vega and more.

Prime Members will get early access to the discounts, additional cashback, extended no-cost EMI options and additional warranties. The e-commerce company has partnered with HDFC Bank to provide a 10 percent instant discount for its customers using the bank’s debit and credit cards as well as EMI transactions.

Earlier this year, there was a possibility of the sale getting canceled in wake of a probable third wave of Covid-19. Reports were making rounds claiming that both the firms may not conduct their mega sale events if there’s another surge in Covid-19 infections in the country around Diwali time.

(For more updates stay tuned with DNP India)

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