The season of festival is all geared to kick off in India and the e-commerce firms are all geared up to make the most from it. Lately, Flipkart declared the dates of its sale dubbed as Big Billion Day (September 20, 2017 to September 24, 2017) and now one more e-commerce major Amazon has declared the dates for its sale dubbed as Great Indian Festival.
The Great Indian Festival sale of Amazon will start from September 21, 2017 and will conclude on September 24, 2017. As fraction of the 4-day sale, Amazon will be providing special schemes to its Prime users. The e-tailer also unveiled that Amazon Prime consumers will also have an early access to offers and deals beginning on September 20, 2017 at noon.
Amazon also unveiled that it will be offering 40,000 offers as fraction of the Great Indian Festival that will also compromise lightning deals every hour. The users can avail almost 40% off on handsets from different brands such as Samsung, Apple, Lenovo, Motorola, Nokia, OnePlus, Blackberry, Honor, Coolpad, LG, and Micromax.
The firm will also be providing up to 60% off on electronics and home appliances. Apart from this, there will be a discount of almost 20% on laptops and almost 50% on cameras comprising DSLRs.
There will be almost 60% discount on headphones and speakers and almost 20% discount on TVs. The wearable gadgets will be accessible at a discount of almost 40% and there will be schemes on Amazon Kindle devices of worth Rs 5,000.
The e-commerce major is providing 10% cash back on HDFC credit and debit cardholders. Apart from this, the users who will pay utilizing the Amazon Pay will also receive 10% cash back. Amazon will also be carrying out an Amazon App Jackpot contest and with awards worth up to Rs 2 Lakh.
On a similar note, Amazon last week declared that it has made more than 22,000 seasonal positions of employment all over its network in India for this season of festival. These positions have been made in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, and many other towns all over the nation, it claimed in a statement here.