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Samsung India unveils festive discounts on phones, tablets, TVs and more

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Last updated: October 15th, 2020 at 16:41 UTC+02:00

Samsung India has prepared a variety of great deals for the festive season, giving customers an opportunity to acquire mobile phones, wearables, TVs, home appliances, and storage solutions at massive discounts. Starting today, October 15, customers in India can buy Samsung products for up to 60% off the original price during the Grand Diwali Festival.

In addition, beginning October 16, Samsung India in partnership with Amazon and Flipkart will be offering festive discounts on internal and external SSDs as well as memory cards.

Samsung India’s Grand Diwali Fest offers

Customers in India will be able to save up to 40% on select mobile devices including the Galaxy Tab A7, the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 FE, as well as the recently unveiled Galaxy F41 and Galaxy M31 Prime.

Samsung is also shaving up to 60% off accessories and wearables including JBL speakers and wireless chargers, as well as up to 45% off home appliances and TVs such as the Spacemax Family Hub French Door refrigerator and The Frame.

Customers in India who will take advantage of the Grand Diwali Fest deals and purchase products from Samsung’s online shop using HDFC, ICICI Bank, and SBI can benefit from up to 12.5% cashback.

Furthermore, these offers can be combined with Samsung India’s three reward programs unveiled in July, namely the Samsung Referral, Samsung Student, and the Shop 20K Advantage programs. Check some of the offers below or visit Samsung’s Grand Diwali Fest webpage for a complete list of discounts.

Prepare for discounts on storage devices from Flipkart and Amazon

In parallel with the Grand Diwali Fest deals detailed above, Samsung India is also collaborating with Flipkart for Big Billion Days and with Amazon for the Great Indian Festival from October 16 and October 17, respectively.

Customers in India will have the opportunity to buy the Portable SSD T7 and SSD T7 Touch for the starting prices of INR 6,999 ($95) and INR 9,999 ($136). Meanwhile, the Portable SSD T5 with 500GB, 1TB and 2TB of storage will be available for INR 5,999, INR 10,999, and INR 22,499.

Samsung, Flipkart, and Amazon India will also offer discounts on internal SSDs such as the 860 EVO, the 970 EVO Plus, and the 870 QVO. In addition, customers will be able to buy Samsung EVO Plus microSD cards with 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB of storage for INR 419, INR 649, INR 1,199, INR 2,999 and 6,499, respectively.

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