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Amazon Great Indian Festival: Biggest discount ever on iPhone 11, hurry up!

Amazon Great Indian Festival Round 2: The biggest discount ever on iPhone 11 is available. If you are planning to buy, then this can be the right opportunity. There are great offers on other phones too. Let’s have a look…

Amazon Great Indian Festival Round 2: The first round of Amazon’s Great Indian Festival sale 2021 ended at midnight. Amazon has now added more discounts in the second phase, including a 10% instant discount on American Express, Citi, and RBL Bank credit or debit cards. The company is also offering the same 10% discount on RuPay cards. This promotion will end on October 12. Apart from this, Amazon is offering up to Rs.100 off on Amazon Pay UPI. The company also offers free shipping on your first order. 

Amazon Great Indian Festival: Great discount on Apple iPhone 11

The 64GB model of the Apple iPhone 11 costs Rs 39,999. This is a 20% discount on the sticker price of Rs 49,900 on the smartphone. Apart from this, buyers can avail of up to Rs 15,000 off by giving away their previous smartphones. There is also a 10% discount of up to Rs.100 if you pay using Amazon Pay UPI, and buyers can avail of no-cost EMI on certain cards.

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Huge Discount on OnePlus 9R

The OnePlus 9R is also available for Rs 36,999, which is a savings of Rs 3,000 from the original price of Rs 39,999. There is also a flat discount of Rs 2,000 on SBI and Citibank credit cards, as well as up to Rs 18,000 off on swapping your old smartphone. Also, on any RBL Bank credit card or EMI payment, you can avail 10% instant discount of up to Rs 1,500. Buyers can get up to Rs 500 off on RuPay credit cards, while up to Rs 150 off on RuPay debit cards. 

Big discount on these smartphones too

Available at a discounted price of Rs 16,999 along with Samsung Galaxy M32 5G and OnePlus 9R 5G during the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale. Buyers can save up to Rs 15,000 by swapping out their old smartphone and can also buy the phone on a no-cost EMI plan. There is a flat discount of Rs 2,000 on SBI and Citibank credit cards. Also, on RBL Bank credit card or EMI payment, you can avail 10% instant discount of up to Rs 1,500. Buyers can get up to Rs 500 off on RuPay credit cards, while up to Rs 150 off on RuPay debit cards. 

iQoo Z5 5G is also getting cheap

The iQoo Z5 5G is also available for Rs 23,990 instead of the original price of Rs 29,990. Buyers can save up to Rs 15,000 by swapping out their previous smartphones, and SBI and Citibank credit cards come with a flat discount of Rs 2,000. Also, on any RBL Bank credit card or EMI payment, you can avail 10% instant discount of up to Rs 1,500. Buyers can get up to Rs 500 off on RuPay credit cards, while up to Rs 150 off on RuPay debit cards.

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