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Flipkart Big Diwali Sale Date Fix! .. 80% Discount on Phones

As the festive season has begun, e-commerce sites offer a plethora of offers. The popular e-commerce site Flipkart’s Big Billion Day Sale is just days away. It is now ready to offer a re-Diwali offer. The festival of lights is fast approaching Diwali.

Flipkart is gearing up for your festive celebration, which will run the Big Diwali Sale of Flipkart from October 29 to November 4.

There are many discounts and offers for sale on Flipkart for Diwali. This will make your Diwali a little more fun. Online customers can avail of many discounts on this sale. So read this article in Annadonna’s What is the Big Diwali Sale of Flipkart?

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Flipkart will be offering its festive offers to online customers in the country before Diwali begins. The e-commerce giant has already completed a successful sale with several offerings in the Big Billion Days Sale.

The celebration will take place a few days before the festival of lights in the country. The company is hosting its Big Diwali Sale from October 29 to November 4. However, Flipkart Plus members have access to sales contracts since October 28th.

Plus members can get special discount deals starting at midnight on October 29th. In addition to the special offers on mobiles, TVs, and other products in the market, customers can also avail of special cashback offers from banks such as State Bank of India and Axis Bank. In addition, no-cost EMI offers can be obtained from banks such as HDFC, ICICI, and SBI.

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Flipkart claims that customers will now get an 80% discount on mobile phones. Also, laptop buyers can get benefits such as a 50% discount on devices. Samsung, Poco, Oppo, and RealMe phones are likely to sell for a limited time during Flipkart Big Diwali Sale.

It is said to be offered on phones, TVs, and other products at 12 AM, 8 AM, and 4 PM. The Samsung Galaxy F41, Vivo v20, LG G8X, and Infinix Hot 9 will also be available at a discount offer.

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