- Big Billion Days, the festive sale of Flipkart, is coming soon
- Products up to Rs 70,000 are available at EMI.
Consumers may be offered huge discounts on the most expensive categories online, such as smartphones, electronics and fashion clothing. With the release of the iPhone 13 series, Apple has announced offers for the iPhone 12. It is noteworthy that the price has been reduced. If Flipkart lowers the price of the iPhone 12, iPhone lovers may take advantage of the opportunity.
With the launch of RealMe 4K Smart TV announced, there are indications that the offer will be accepted. However, accurate pricing information is not available. According to various reports, Flipkart may be selling products at a discount of 10-70% on the Big Billion Days festive sale. Flipkart has announced a partnership with Axis Bank and ICICI Bank for special offers. Additionally, Paytm customers may receive an additional offer. This is because the company is partnering with Paytm for cashback offers.
You can buy goods at EMI
The company has raised the limit on the amount of products that can be purchased at EMI ahead of festive sales. Flipkart has raised the scope of the Pay Later EMI plan. The amount has been increased from Rs 10,000 to Rs 70,000. Refunds can be made for a period of up to one year. Refunds can be made in three months, six months and nine months. Those in financial difficulties can also purchase items at low prices through the platform through the EMI system during the festive season.
So far, Flipkart says the system is available to 100 million customers.
Users are required to provide details like PAN and Aadhaar numbers to purchase products at EMI. These should be checked with OTP and bank account information should be transferred. Buyers of the option can opt for the Flipkart Pay Later EMI system as a payment option. You can also choose the repayment period yourself.
The company said that half of the customers who arrived on the first day of Big Billion Days last year were new customers. New customers in the early days were 53 percent. Most of the customers were from small cities. Sales of e-commerce sites have soared despite the decline in retail store sales during the Kovid era. The company also aims to gain more than 50 percent new customers for large home appliances and cosmetics.