Additionally, the company has prepared up to 15% cashback on some offers, as well as easy EMIs with zero down payment.
You can get a free Galaxy S10 along with your QLED and 4K TV
One of Samsung India's most attractive Republic Day deals includes a free Galaxy S10 with 512GB of storage along with select Samsung QLED and 4K UHD TVs. It's not entirely clear which TV models will be coupled with the free flagship, but other freebies – for other TVs – include the 4GB Galaxy A50s, the 6GB Galaxy M30, the Galaxy A10s, and the Bluetooth-enabled U Flex Headphones. Customers taking advantage of these deals will also get a 30-day subscription to Zee5 for free.
Samsung's Flexi EMI Offer lets prospective buyers acquire a new TV on a flexible monthly installment plan. Customers buying a new TV before the promotional period ends will also get a 10-year No Screen Burn-In warranty. As you may already know, the whole no screen burn-in angle has been used by Samsung for marketing purposes before, and the company used it a couple of times to paint LG's OLED TVs in a not-so-positive light.
Samsung's TVs have become quite popular in India, and record sales have been topped not long ago during Diwali. In other news, the company reportedly restarted manufacturing TVs in India through Dixion, so India remains a very important market for Samsung even if taxes have pushed the company's production line outside of the country a couple of years ago.
Get free kitchen utensils, extended warranty with new Microwave Oven
Select Samsung Microwave Oven models purchased throughout the Republic Day promo will also be paired with a kit of Borosil kitchen utensils for free, assuming that the ovens have capacities equal to or greater than 28L. Additionally, Microwave Oven customers will now get a 10-year warranty on the ceramic enamel cavity.
Samsung India's Republic Day deals will become available on January 26 and prospective buyers will have a few days at their disposal – until January 31 – to take advantage of them. Are you in the market for a new TV? Is a free smartphone a good-enough incentive to purchase a new TV this month? Let us know.