Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 sale is now live for Prime members. The entire country is celebrating a grand festival for this Diwali. Amazon has almost every step taken in this festival with its second biggest sale ever in India. The Amazon Great Indian Festival sale begins today and is expected to conclude on October 18. Amazon first announced this sale in August this year, and now the deals are ongoing. Customers can expect up to 50% on tech, smart watches, smartphones, TVs, speakers, cameras, budget deals, fashion, DIY items, and other electronics. Consumers can check out the deals earlier than what Amazon usually does by heading to the Amazon Store. The sale can be accessed via a link.
Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 sale
Amazon has given an entire page with product names, coupons, code prices, launch dates, and categories you can enjoy during the sale. Once the sale has concluded, customers can visit Amazon Great Indian Festival to buy a new smartphone. Although the sale is live for Prime members, if you don’t have an Amazon account, you need to log in. While you can shop several products at a discounted price, Amazon can have a fine print when it comes to Amazon-branded products like India Ink and Amazon-branded tea. For those who come across an exchange offer, they have to pay the exchange price, sale price, purchase price, or delivery fee for Amazon products in India to buy this deal.
For new customers, buying the Phone AX3 5G for Rs 8,999 on the Amazon India Store will give you a 12% discount. This Samsung will be easy to understand from the pictures as the screen has two little hole-punch notch here and there. The phone comes in the Apple iPhone 8 series and has a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 720×1,080 pixels. You can also choose the RA 4000 color.
Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 sale is offering several Fire tablets for around Rs 5,000 and is paying nothing for those who switch to Amazon this Diwali. This monthly deal applies to Fire tablets, Fire TV 4K, and Fire TV Stick Lite. However, there are blackouts in these offers where you can’t click the money from the phone.
For users, Amazon is giving 60% discount on all its tablet and Amazon Fire TV devices. Its Kindle Stick Lite with 32GB storage has a price price of Rs 399 on Amazon. Whether this is a daily money saver is a debatable point. The fire tablet users can take the Indian Fire TV Stick Lite price of Rs 4,999, or a price of Rs 4,999 for the Fire HD 10 7.9-inch tablet, or Rs 5,999 for a Fire Kids Edition. This particular bundle was launched in India in 2018. The Fire TV Stick Lite packs WiFi, HDMI, and USB ports.
In terms of smart home devices, Amazon is offering a lot of discounts on smart home speakers. In case you are planning to upgrade your smart speaker and you don’t know much about the products, Amazon is selling the Amazon Echo Dot that costs Rs 999 for people who subscribe to the Amazon Prime. This is not a wafer thin thing but its size makes it portable. With Amazon’s Fire tablets and voice activated assistants, you can also reduce the content consuming time by almost half.
While the batteries are pretty low, this is an offering that won’t get changed either. The Amazon Echo Dot is now available for Rs999. This is a good deal, and for now, it is taking any sale at this festival.
Amazon’s Echo speaker will come with an additional 500 MB flash memory, and this is something to consider if you are all set to buy a speaker with a larger capacity. Now, the device comes with a picture in picture experience. This feature is available on Amazon’s Fire tablets and devices. If the prices are appealing, and you wish to buy the Amazon Echo Dot this Diwali, consider buying it for Rs 999. If you get this, Amazon is offering a Rs 100 gift card on the same.
Although the Amazon Appstore has over 100 Indian apps, there are a lot of third party apps as well. There are many for quick note keeping, health check-up, sports, news, music, game streaming, recorded audio, meditation tracking, yoga tracking, social media monitoring, fitness and fitness, motion tracking, and more, to name a few.