Flipkart ‘Big Billion Days’ Sale To Kickstart On October 10

New Delhi: E-Commerce site Flipkart has announced its Big Billion Day Sales which will kickstart from October 10. During the five day sale, Flipkart will be offering 80 percent off on electronics and popular product categories including mobiles, gadgets, TVs, large appliances, and more. Flipkart has also tied up with MasterCard this year to offer multiple payment options to its customers. Flipkart Plus members will have an exclusive early access to The Big Billion Days sale and they can access offers three hours prior to the sale.

Notably, ‘The Big Billion Days’ sale will take place in a phased manner. While the first day of the sale will offers products like TVs and appliances, furniture, fashion, smart devices and other product categories, the second day of the sale will feature smartphones and other electronics. Similarly, the last three days of the sale will include offers across all product categories.

Besides, flash sales will take place every hour and new deals will be offered every eight hours. Flipkart will also be offering discounts of up to 80 percent on TVs and other electronics, while 90 percent off will on home decor, fashion, and personal care products.

For payement, the company is offering a large number of options. Flipkart is also offering a cardless credit of upto Rs. 60,000 to its customers which can be paid back in easy instalments. Buyers can also avail ‘Flipkart Pay Later’ option which will enable them to make a purchase now and pay for it next month.

The company has reportedly tied up with celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone and Virat Kohli for the promotion of the sale. Following this, Flipkart’s arch-rival Amazon has also announced its ‘The Great Indian Festive Sale’ to compete with the former.

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