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amazon prime day sale to start from august 6 in india

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Amazon prime day sale to start from August 6

new Delhi. E-commerce sector giant Amazon has said that its annual shopping festival Prime Day in India will begin on August 6 this year. The company has informed that the duration of this festival will be 48 hours. In this way the company is giving two days time to its members for exclusive deals. Last year, the sales holiday was held in the middle of July but this year it is being held late due to coronavirus.

The company has said that its Global Shopping Festival will be held later. Amazon has more than 15 million paid prime members in 19 countries with Prime subscriptions. These countries also include India. This year, the company will present 300 new products to its customers through this festival. As always, the first opportunity will be for the Prime members, that is, the festive will open for the Prime Member before the people. After which, then other people will be able to buy them. The company has said that those who make purchases through HDFC Bank debit and credit cards will be given a 10 percent discount separately. Under Prime Day, customers will get good deals in Smartphone, Consumer Electronic Appliances, TV, Kitchen, Daily Essentials, Toys, Fashion and Beauty segments.

This post was published on July 22, 2020 5:16 am

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