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Flipkart game for the “Big Dussehra Sale”; Check the date, discounts, offers and more


By CNBCTV18.com STI (Update)

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Flipkart has also partnered with HDFC Bank to offer the bank’s credit card customers an additional 10% discount on EMI transactions.

Just days after major e-commerce Flipkart concluded its “Billion Day Sale,” the company announced a new sale on Dussehra. The “Big Dussehra Sale” will be launched by the company from October 5 and will continue until October 8.

The sale will feature deals on product categories including smartphones, laptops, headphones, smartwatches and home appliances. Flipkart has also partnered with HDFC Bank to offer the bank’s credit card customers an additional 10% discount on EMI transactions.

The sale will also open a full day earlier for Flipkart Plus members. Although the company has yet to reveal the promotional offers, the microsite dedicated to the sale showed the categories of products that will benefit from ongoing discounts.

Among smartphones, Flipkart has teased discounts on brands like Apple’s iPhone, realme, Poco, Oppo, Vivo, and Samsung, among others.

Other deals include up to 80% off electronics, with up to 70% off printers and desktop monitors, up to 55% off air conditioners and smart TVs from of 7,199 rupees.

Other product categories with discounts include Home & Kitchenware, Cosmetics & Toys, Apparel. The company has also launched special offers on all flight bookings and on all hotel bookings.

Flipkart also said it will launch specials at 00:00 (midnight), 08:00, and 16:00. Other special offers will also be revealed every hour between 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight).

The company also teased a Maha Dussehra special on Hero motorcycles as well as pharmaceuticals.

Flipkart had just concluded its “Big Billion Days Sale” on September 30. The sale had seen some great deals, including record prices for the iPhone 13.

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