Amazon has officially opened its doors for the second edition of its Great Indian Festival mega sale promising deep discounts across various categories. The event will go on till October 20 and is offering an additional cashback for Citi credit and debit card holders. They’ll be getting a 10% cut if they purchase items via the site and 15% one if they do so via the retailer’s app.
Starting off with the 64GB iPhone 6S, the handset is now available at Rs 45999. The steep Rs 17000 fall in cost is especially enticing when considering the fact that the 16GB version of the phone is selling at Rs 39989 on the site.
Next up is the Samsung On5 Pro and On7 Pro. Both have gotten a flat Rs 1200 reduction down to Rs 7990 and Rs 9990, respectively. Moreover, people who hand in their old handset can get up to Rs 6300 and Rs 7900 off, correspondingly.
Such exchange schemes are a fixture across Amazon’s Great Indian Festival. For instance, the Rs 27999 OnePlus 3 has been bundled with a maximum Rs 20070 swap offer. Similarly, the newly-launched Rs 19999 Xiaomi Mi Max Prime and Rs 15990 HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle are being packaged with up to Rs 15300 and Rs 12690 trade-in deals.
There’s also the 32GB (Rs 17999) and 64GB (Rs 19999) Z2 Plus up for grabs tied with a Rs 14220 and Rs 15300 exchange system, respectively. Lenovo is further upping the stakes by promising a number of other deals including an extra Rs 2000 cashback in the form of an Amazon Gift Card if the buyer snaps up the handset with the swap offer.
Even the K4 Note is being vended with a gift card worth Rs 1000 if it’s bought via any pre-paid payment mode. The handset is currently available at Rs 9999, a Rs 2000 discount. Lenovo subsidiary Motorola is also offering some drops of its own. The Moto G4 is available at a Rs 2000 discount, reducing its cost to Rs 10499 (16GB) and Rs 11999 (32GB).
The Moto G4 Plus’ value has been slashed down by Rs 1500 to Rs 11999 for the 16GB variant and Rs 13499 for the 32GB one. The Moto G4 Play is still being sold at Rs 8999. However, people will get a Rs 1000 Amazon Gift Card if they choose pre-paid as their payment option and a bonus Rs 500 gift card if they exchange it for their older smartphone.
Other than phones, Amazon’s Great Indian Festival is also offering a Rs 1000 cut for the all-new Kindle and Rs 750 fall for the Xiaomi Mi 20000mAh Power Bank, translating to a Rs 4999 and Rs 1749 price tag, correspondingly. The site is further serving up an Airtel scheme which promises 15GB of data at the cost of just 1GB.