Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 Starts on October 4

Amazon has launched that it will be offering the Great Indian Festival festive season sale. The sale begins on October 4th and runs for one month. Like every year Prime members will enjoy early access to all of the attractive discounts and deals. The sale is just a few days prior to Flipkart’s Big Billion Days event which is scheduled to begin on the 7th of October.

Amazon Great Indian Festival 2021 Dates Announced

According to Amazon, the Great Indian Festival will include more than 75,000 local stores in the 450 cities across the country, to aid small and medium-sized businesses. It will also highlight the products of Amazon sellers who are part of Amazon Launchpad, Amazon Saheli, Amazon Karigan, and other top international or Indian brands.

It is worth noting that it is possible to see more than 1,000 new products during the sale by top brands such as Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Sony (PS5), Microsoft (Xbox), Apple, Boat, Lenovo, HP, Asus, and Fossil.

When it comes to offers related, you will receive an instant discount of 10% on HDFC Bank’s debit and credit cards. You also get EMI transactions, zero-cost EMI on credit and debit cards, as well as Amazon pay Later. Customers can also reduce their costs by up to Rs.5,000 in the season of sales when they pay their bills daily through Amazon Pay.

“This season’s Great Indian Festival is a celebration of the strength and resilience of small and local businesses as well as small and medium-sized sellers. They are truly humbled and inspired by the tenacity and thrilled to have the chance to work with them and support their growth, particularly given the current challenges due to an epidemic,”

Amazon states that it has extended its fulfillment system by increasing its storage capacity by 40 percent in order to keep up with the anticipated increase in demand. Amazon operates more than 60 fulfillment centers spread across 15 states offering 43 million cubic yards of space to sellers. Amazon is expanding its delivery system and claims to have nearly 1700 of its own delivery points, as well as nearly 28,000 ‘I Have Space partners.

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